Housing and Employment: A Survey of Rural Residents’ Experiences and Opinions (published June 2019) is a summary of the key findings from a survey managed by CCRI (University of Gloucestershire) and supported by Rural England.Read more
State of Rural Services 2018 report (published February 2019) presents the most recent evidence regarding the provision of services to residents and businesses in rural England.
It covers 8 service areas, which are: Local buses and community transport, Broadband and mobile connectivity, Public library services, Hospitals, Public health services, Young people’s services, Shops and online shopping and Personal advice services Read more
In this research we examine the issues facing providers of domiciliary care to older people in rural areas. Whilst there has been a considerable amount of recent research about social care, specifically rural dimensions have generally been overlooked Read more
The State of Rural Services 2016 report (published January 2017) presents the most recent evidence regarding the provision of services to residents and businesses in rural England.
It covers nine service areas, which are: local buses and community transport, welfare services, access to cash, further education, the retail sector, mental health services, older people’s services, public health services and community assets. Read more
Local Buses and Community Transport is the first chapter of nine which will form the State of Rural Services Report 2016 (published in full later on in the year).
The State of Rural Services 2016 project presents the most recent evidence regarding the provision of local bus services and community transport to residents and businesses in rural England. Read more
This is the first of our annual research reports focusing on specific rural issues.
The research investigates key issues affecting the vulnerability of older rural residents and considers their future implications in the context of an ageing rural population.
This document was prepared in the Autumn of 2015
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