News from Berkelland » From today it is possible to requisition “Red for Red”

By the editors on 15-07-2022

BERKELLAND – Rood voor Rood makes it possible to realize a new home on an existing farm in the countryside. To be eligible for this, at least 1000 m2 of buildings must be demolished. Of this, at least 600 m2 must be demolished in the yard where the new house will be located. Any shortage of 1,000 m² may also be demolished elsewhere on the outskirts of Berkelland. The new house to be built must be realized on a farm where there is already a house. In total, a maximum of two houses may be built on a property, whereby 1000 m2 of buildings must be demolished per year.

In addition, account must also be taken of the farm’s (landscape) layout, removal of asbestos and improvement of the spatial quality. This means that investments must be made in, for example, landscape, biodiversity, recreation or cultural history.

To request
From today it is possible to submit an application for Rood voor Rood to the municipality. You can do that via this link.

For questions about Red for Red, you can call Yvette Visser on 0545-250 515.

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Berkelland’s first Parkinson’s café opens in Neede

NEEDE – A special ‘café’ is organized every month in the meeting room Het Filter in the Kronenkamp Nature Park in Neede for people with Parkinson’s disease, their partners and other interested parties. Visitors can share their experiences every second Thursday of the month, but having fun is also a top priority.” It is easier to exchange experiences when you talk to someone who has experienced it himself, says Johan Lindner, one of the visitors. “Human contact is more fun than getting things off the internet.” One of the motives for organizing the café is to make the disease a topic of discussion. “The threshold will certainly be much lower if you have a café and you can talk together,” says initiator Herman Leusink. “The informal carers, the people who have a partner with Parkinson’s disease, can also consult with each other, and you can talk even more easily than with a doctor or a nurse.”

Another important goal is to raise awareness of the disease and its specific symptoms. “Parkinson’s is a brain disease in which certain cells in the brain die,” explains Leusink. “These cells ensure that a substance is made which sends the message that occurs in the brain to the rest of the body.” For Linder, it causes different symptoms: “I walk a little stiffly, I get tired more quickly, but the biggest problem is the cognitive problems. In the form of not being able to change gears and being able to perform difficult tasks with difficulty.”

First in Berkelland

There are already Parkinson’s cafes in several places in the Netherlands, but it was still missing in the Berkelland area. “We first consulted with the Parkinson’s nurse from the hospital in Winterswijk, who said there was a lot of interest in opening a cafe,” said the promoter. “We already have 36 entries, for the first time I think it’s very good.”

Tai Chi

The café was created with support from Berkelland municipality. The organization has enough inspiration to organize activities. “Once a pharmacist comes, then an occupational therapist. We can do Tai chi (Chinese movement exercises ed.) or yoga, maybe walking with Parkinson’s. We try all kinds of things to make activities.”

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