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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
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The rapid response of Cardiff Council and its homeless services partners to safeguarding vulnerable individuals on the streets during the COVID-19 outbreak has begun to reap significant benefits.
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Here is the latest COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council, covering: funeral services return to 45 minutes in length; the latest on key worker childcare; extra pedestrian space for Wood Street; and a survey to help children and young people to tell Welsh..
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45 minute funeral services will be reinstated in Cardiff after twenty days where services were limited to 30 minutes.
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Question 1) What is changing from June 1st?
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In the latest COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: weekly kerbside collections for recyclables and food waste will return to normal service from 1st June; staying on the topic of collections, a reminder of the areas having a garden waste collection...
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Weekly kerbside collections for recyclables and food waste will return to normal service from June 1.
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Last week's Cardiff Council news you might have missed (18th May)
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In the last Cardiff Council COVID-19 update of the week: the Council Leader says a ‘one city' approach will help us defeat COVID; Cardiff Council's £29m COVID-lockdown bill; response to COVID-19 in numbers; and addressing digital deprivation.