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Here is the latest COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council, covering: keeping the city centre safe and accessible for all; the garden waste collection areas this coming Saturday; Cardiff Market scheduled to re-open on June 29th; and our Telecare team...
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In today's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: ‘Real Change' - a new campaign aimed at building on the recent success in helping vulnerable people off the streets; the Council's outdoor sports and leisure courts are reopening; top 5 tips for pest...
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Welsh Government has announced that, from today (Monday 22nd June), all outdoor sport and leisure facilities, with the exception of playgrounds and outdoor gyms, are allowed to open.
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Since lockdown measures came into force, we have: • Set up 182 additional units of accommodation for single homeless people • Helped 473 people into our single person accommodation
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A new campaign aimed at building on the recent success in helping vulnerable people off the streets is being launched in the city today.
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The COVID-19 news you might have missed from Cardiff Council over the last seven days (22nd June)
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The types of waste that can be brought to Cardiff's Lamby Way and Bessemer Close recycling centres is changing on Monday, June 22.
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Welcome to the last COVID-19 update of the week from Cardiff Council, covering: a phased plan to make Cardiff one of UK's ‘safest' cities launched; Cardiff city centre road closures and restrictions put in place as lockdown restrictions are lifted.
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Road closures in Cardiff city centre are being put in place to ensure public safety as lockdown restrictions begin to lift in the capital and non-essential shops open their doors to the public from Monday, June 22.
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Working with FOR Cardiff and businesses in the city centre, the council is keen to create a safe, inviting city for people to come shopping and enjoy. With social distancing requirements still in place, modifications to some of the open space in the city
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Shoppers, workers and residents visiting Cardiff city centre from Monday, June 22, will be greeted by staffed Welcome Points, safe walking systems and some road closures as the city launches stage one of its phased plan to safeguard the public...
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Here is tonight's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council, covering: our Money Advice website is here to help people with financial problems; Cardiff Castle hosts a ‘virtual' Tafwyl festival this weekend; working hard to assess and adapt school buildings...
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In the latest COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: from Monday, our Recycling Centres will take several of the items that were accepted before lockdown, plus Bessemer Close will take van bookings; we're asking residents to beware the rogue traders...
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Here is the latest COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council, covering: the latest on schools reopening on Monday, 29th June; thanks to Cardiff's Independent Living Services, a 96-year-old war veteran whose Nantgarw home was devastated during Storm Dennis...
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A 96-year-old war veteran whose home was devastated during Storm Dennis has been given a new lease of life, thanks to Cardiff’s Independent Living Services.
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In today's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: the areas of Cardiff having a garden waste collection this Saturday; Flying Start Speech & Language Therapy Team working for Cardiff; and Cardiff's libraries release a selection of eBooks and eAudiobooks..