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In today's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: a new partnership to continue support for vulnerable children during the crisis; guidance from the Welsh Government on lockdown regulations in Wales; and the singing security guard of Cardiff Castle
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Manic Street Preachers, Nile Rodgers, The Killers, Paul Weller – the list of music legends that have played gigs to thousands of adoring fans at Cardiff Castle is pretty impressive
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Professionals from a range of health, education and children's services teams have joined together to ensure children with complex disabilities and medical needs can continue to receive the support they need, during COVID-19.
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Here is the latest COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council, covering: a tribute to the NHS appears on City Hall lawns; schools praised for PPE contributions; Housing Online to save tenants time; and Grassroots delivers food parcels.
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The initials ’NHS’ have appeared in seven metre tall letters on the lawns outside City Hall as part of a tribute by Cardiff Council’s parks team to the work being done by the National Health Service.
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Cardiff's secondary schools have been supporting frontline health workers across the city by providing thousands of items of PPE, during COVID-19.
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Cardiff Council has published its annual modern slavery statement, setting out its commitments to ensuring modern slavery and human trafficking have no place in its business and supply chains.
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In the latest COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: the areas having a garden waste collection this Saturday; work to resume on North Road cycle upgrade; providing online digital support during the crisis; celebrating Foster Care Fortnight; and another a
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Cardiff Council is celebrating Foster Care Fortnight, starting today, by sending a clear message to potential foster carers in the city – ‘We still need you!’
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The Council’s contractor, Horan Construction Ltd, will be re-starting work on the North Road Cycle Upgrade Phase 2.
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Last week's Cardiff Council news you might have missed (11th May)
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Councils in Wales have agreed together that they will need to have confidence in adequate staffing levels, health and safety compliance, and consultation with Trade Unions, before considering re-opening Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) in local
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Welcome to the last COVID-19 update of the week from Cardiff Council.
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Cardiff Council and Cardiff Nursing and Residential Homes Association (CNARHA) are working together to ensure that care homes in Cardiff have what they need in order to meet the challenges of looking after people with COVID-19.
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Extending pavement space into the road, creating temporary cycleways, removing street furniture, carrying out a speed awareness campaign and re-designing public space around neighbourhood shopping centres
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A new residential development in the east of Cardiff, built as part of Cardiff Council’s flagship house-building programme, has scooped a national award.