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Cotswold District Council is making good progress in processing grant payments to local businesses affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Further information will help inform on-going response to outbreak.
Easter message and update on council services and support during the coronavirus crisis
Leeds City Council has launched a social media campaign offering support to encourage families affected by domestic abuse.
Train companies and police are warning against all non-essential travel this Easter weekend.
Hundreds of grant applications processed in days ; statement from Moray Council:
Easter Bank Holiday engineering work is taking place on lines around Hither Green in South East London, to improve rail services in the region, meaning trains will be diverted or replaced by buses for four days.
Emergency funds offered during coronavirus outbreak.
The rail infrastructure in the Guildford area will soon see its biggest investment in nearly 40 years and people who do need to use the railway are urged to check journey times before travelling.
We’ve produced a new online resource to support social workers dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. It will be particularly useful for social workers returning to frontline services, those joining the temporary social worker register and others redeployed to a different role than usual.
Network Rail has issued a heartfelt thank you to passengers for heeding Government advice to stay home after new figures reveal footfall is down an average of 93% at some of London’s busiest stations.
A Welsh company which puts colour in plastics for some of the world’s biggest brands has switched its focus to helping manufacture ventilator and respirator parts for the NHS and coronavirus testing kits.
Siemens Congleton and Sudbury facilities in action to fight Covid-19. Every ventilator made can save a life.
Cafwyd sawl adroddiad o danau gardd ar gyfryngau cymdeithasol, gyda mwg yn trafferthu preswylwyr allan yn eu gerddi yn y tywydd braf.
Saga today announces changes to its health insurance policies, as part of its pledge to protect health insurance customers during the Covid-19 outbreak. The changes have been designed to provide reassurance, a better level of cover, and ensure fairness for customers during these uncertain times.
Scottish Government steps in to help vital charities.
The Covid-19 Wales Business Loan Scheme is fully subscribed after more than 1,500 applications were received in just over one week.
Businesses and universities across Wales are responding to a nationwide call for action to help supply the NHS and social care with vital equipment to support staff.
£19.1 million for remote and rural Scotland.
Dr. Mayim Bialik Lends Her Voice to Inspire Millions to Help Generate Data for Medical Community