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Young musicians from Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan can continue to learn, practice and enjoy music during the current health crisis.
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Here is the latest COVID-19 round-up of the day from Cardiff Council, covering: the Pink Army marches into the Dragon's Heart Hospital; another chance to catch Rhod Gilbert's emotional care work experience; and thank you messages appear on the city's roa
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Bilingual road markings, with the clear message - ‘Thank you NHS’ - will be painted on three roads as you drive into the University Hospital of Wales in the Heath. Bilingual road markings, with the clear message - ‘Thank you NHS’ - will be painted o
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In today's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: nearly £50 million of grant aid delivered to local businesses in Cardiff; new ‘Rescue Hotel' charity established to support Cardiff Dogs Home; and in numbers, Cardiff Council responding to the COVID-19 cri
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Nearly £50m has now been distributed to Cardiff businesses in grant aid by Cardiff Council as part of the on-going COVID-19 rescue package.
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A new charity has been established to fundraise and provide additional support for the dogs being looked after at Cardiff Dogs Home and promote responsible dog ownership and humane behaviour towards dogs.
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This evening's update covers: the gin distillery, printers, and other local businesses switching production to help keep Cardiff key workers safe; a reminder of changes to Free School Meals provision; and the official opening of Dragon's Heart Hospital.
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Local business, including a gin distillery and a company producing branded promotional materials have been helping Cardiff Council's response to COVID-19 by switching their production streams at short notice to produce hand sanitiser
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14/04/20 - Cardiff Council office workers redeployed to homeless service save a life 15/04/20 - Take a trip to the Museum of Cardiff (without leaving home) 15/04/20 - Dragon's Heart Hospital. And more...
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In today's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: a temporary one-way system for pedestrians at Roath Park Lake; changes to free school meals; and the Adviceline and Food team.
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The Council’s Adviceline has taken more than 4,600 calls from residents across Cardiff looking for help and support during the COVID-19 crisis while the Food team has delivered 1,900 food parcels.
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Families with children eligible for Free School Meals will now be able to buy food using funds deposited directly into their bank account, whilst schools are closed due to COVID-19. This will provide parents with more flexibility on where they can shop
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A temporary one-way system for pedestrians around Roath Park Lake is being introduced this weekend to help local residents follow social distancing guidelines when they go on their daily exercise.
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We appreciate that there have been a lot of changes to how we operate our waste and recycling services at this time.
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Here is the latest COVID-19 round-up of the day from Cardiff Council, covering: Cardiff residents are being urged to continue to recycle their waste; almost £85,000 has been pledged to the Cardiff Food Appeal; and staff at Cardiff High School have come t
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Cardiff residents are being urged to continue to recycle their waste during the COVID-19 pandemic.