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OCT
18

NALC urges government to end toilet tax after Queen’s Speech

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The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) is again urging the government to re-introduce the non-domestic rating (public lavatories) billto end the “toilet tax” on public conveniences local (parish and town) councils manage – after it was not included in the Queen’s Speech on Monday.

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OCT
17

Powering Past Coal: Investors and Climate-Related Public Policy

AUTHOR: HELEN WILDSMITH, STEWARDSHIP DIRECTOR (CLIMATE CHANGE) AT THE CCLA Increasing attention is being paid to the impact that climate change will have...
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OCT
17

New website accessibility regulations resources 

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It is important that everyone can easily access information provided by local (town and parish) councils online, including those with disabilities. According to Scope, the disability equality charity in England and Wales, there are 13.9 million disabled people in the UK.

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OCT
17

NALC opens nominations to its Smaller Councils Committee

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The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) has opened nominations to its Smaller Councils Committee to candidates for 2020/21.

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OCT
14

NALC celebrates National Democracy Week

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The National Association of Local Councils is celebrating National Democracy Week to raise awareness of what democracy means to local (parish and town) councils and to encourage more people to stand for elections.

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OCT
10

NALC supports World Mental Health Day

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According to Mind, the mental health charity, 1 in 4 of us experiences a mental health issue every year. As the first level of local government, local (parish and town) councils play a huge role in caring for their communities. The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) fully supports their members to champion their mental health and that of their communities.

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