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The news from Cardiff Council that you might have missed last week
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In today's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: a reminder of the new free school meals provision starting on Monday; over 1,000 volunteers have registered on our Together For Cardiff website; Meals on Wheels makes a record number of deliveries; and Eas
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A reminder that Free School Meal provision will be changing to a voucher scheme from this Monday 6th, April and will be extended to cover what would have been the two week school Easter holiday period.
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The Together for Cardiff volunteer force is now a 1,000-strong group of residents from across the city who have pledged to give their time and services to help people in need during the COVID-19 emergency.
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Here is the latest COVID-19 round-up of the day from Cardiff Council, covering: an urgent appeal for social care staff and Social Workers, an update of school arrangements over Easter, and a cheer of thanks planned for our refuse collectors.
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The Free School Meal provision will be changing to a voucher scheme from Monday 6, April and will be extended to cover what would have been the two week school Easter holiday period.
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Cardiff Council has issued an urgent appeal for social care and social workers to join the authority and play a vital role in helping communities through the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
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In the latest of Cardiff Council's regular COVID-19 updates: cemeteries to temporarily close after large number of weekend visitors, and Cardiff Market changes ensure stalls selling essentials can remain open.
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Four Cardiff cemeteries are to be temporarily closed to the public, unless they are attending a funeral, following a weekend which saw large numbers of people visiting the sites and failing to adhere to government instructions on social distancing.
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In today's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: the latest increase in homelessness provision, refining the new weekly waste collections, etc.
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Changes have been introduced at Cardiff Market to ensure that essential traders can continue providing fresh produce to customers across the city during the COVID19 outbreak. Market trading hours have been reduced to 8am to 1.30pm, with entrance and exit
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Cardiff’s allotments can still be used during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, but in line with government advice, new guidance has been introduced to ensure they are used safely.
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Parents and children have started sending personal messages to their waste collection crews by attaching pictures and messages to their green recycling bags and black wheeled bins.
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In order to respond to the current COVID-19 emergency, and prepare for the challenges ahead, Cardiff Council services have rapidly adopted new ways of working to ensure the continued provision of critical services, to protect our most vulnerable citizens
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£20m has been distributed to Cardiff businesses in grant aid by Cardiff Council in the past four days as part of a COVID-19 rescue package.
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Plans are revealed to take on a further hotel to increase provision for homeless individuals during the Coronavirus crisis.