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In today's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: creating a ‘Safer Cardiff' for both residents and workers travelling into the city centre once the current lockdown restrictions are lifted; bulky waste collections service resumed for limited items only..
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Cardiff Council is investigating how it can work with partners to create a ‘Safer Cardiff' for both residents and workers travelling into the city centre once the current lockdown restrictions are lifted.
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Volunteers across Cardiff are being celebrated this week, including the 1,200 strong Together for Cardiff force who have stepped into the breach during the city’s time of need.
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Welcome to the last COVID-19 update of the week from Cardiff Council, covering: a reminder of all the waste and recycling arrangements for the next few days and weeks; reaction to today's Welsh Government changes to lockdown; and our Youth Mentors...
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The one-off garden waste collections will continue into June and the first week of July, so that residents are able to dispose of their grass cuttings, small twigs and branches, leaves, and plant and flower cuttings.
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Here is tonight's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council, covering: one-off garden waste collections extended into June and the first week of July; support to minimise risk in care homes; our youth workers giving support and advice to young people...
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Here is the latest COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council, covering: the latest on Bessemer Close Recycling Centre, and a reminder that you can also book now to use Lamby Way from Sunday 31st May; providing devices to tackle digital deprivation...
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In the latest COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: a reminder of the areas having a garden waste collection this coming Saturday; free Llanover Hall Zoom family taster sessions; Hub staff supporting our communities; and Asbestos Team switch roles...
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The COVID-19 news you might have missed from Cardiff Council over the last seven days (25th May)
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Welcome to the last COVID-19 update of the week from Cardiff Council.
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Here is tonight's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council, covering: the news that recycling centres are reopening, details on how to book a slot to use them and the items they can accept; waste collections going ahead as normal on Monday...
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Cardiff’s recycling centres are to re-open for the disposal of limited items, but for safety reasons, residents will have to book a timed appointment Cardiff Council has revealed.
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Bute Park Nurseries are working with community growing groups and volunteers in Cardiff on a new ‘Stay Home, Grow Your Own’ project to help encourage residents to grow their own vegetables and herbs during lockdown.
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Questions and answers on Cardiff's recycling centres.
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Usually, at the end of April, Cardiff Council issues reminder letters to residents who have not paid their first Council Tax instalment of the new financial year, and to those who owe Council Tax from the previous year.
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In today's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: paving the way to sustained and positive change for rough sleepers; carers benefit from access to counselling and wellbeing resources; trainee chef team serve up meals for vulnerable people; and Bute Park