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'Student Land Army' signs up for duty at fruit firm

'Student Land Army' signs up for duty at fruit firm

'Student Land Army' signs up for duty at fruit firm

26 July 2020

Young people taken on by a food producer in the area have proven to be 'a breath of fresh air'.


Step closer to normal as firms allowed to open

Step closer to normal as firms allowed to open

Step closer to normal as firms allowed to open

25 July 2020

Life will be returning to normal for more businesses which have been given the green light to reopen in August.


'We won't challenge customers who don't wear masks'

'We won't challenge customers who don't wear masks'

'We won't challenge customers who don't wear masks'

24 July 2020

Chains including Costa Coffee and Sainsbury’s will not penalise customers who do not wear face coverings in their stores as new laws come into force.


Nursery faces closure without Government support

Nursery faces closure without Government support

Nursery faces closure without Government support

23 July 2020

This nursery has been making a difference to children's lives but has been impacted by the pandemic.

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Police and shops working on mask rule

Police and shops working on mask rule

Police and shops working on mask rule

23 July 2020

Retailers are asked to do all they can to make sure customers follow rules before calling officers.

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Four new coronavirus cases confirmed

Four new coronavirus cases confirmed

Four new coronavirus cases confirmed

22 July 2020

Four additional positive Covid-19 cases have been announced today, but no new deaths.


Rise in local youth unemployment during lockdown

Rise in local youth unemployment during lockdown

Rise in local youth unemployment during lockdown

22 July 2020

Young people have been hit during the coronavirus pandemic.


'Make the most of freedoms' says health boss as coronavirus cases expected to rise in autumn and winter

'Make the most of freedoms' says health boss as coronavirus cases expected to rise in autumn and winter

'Make the most of freedoms' says health boss as coronavirus cases expected to rise in autumn and winter

21 July 2020

A county public health chief is encouraging people to 'make the most' of summer months in case Covid-19 cases rise from the autumn.


Police chief thanks public for 'kind gestures' shown during Covid-19 pandemic

Police chief thanks public for 'kind gestures' shown during Covid-19 pandemic

Police chief thanks public for 'kind gestures' shown during Covid-19 pandemic

21 July 2020

A warm thank you has been given to members of the public who have shown kindness and support to police officers during the coronavirus crisis.


Leisure centres to reopen

Leisure centres to reopen

Leisure centres to reopen

17 July 2020

Two council owned leisure centres will be reopening next week.


PM hopes for return to normality before Christmas

PM hopes for return to normality before Christmas

PM hopes for return to normality before Christmas

17 July 2020

Boris Johnson has today announced fresh measures to bring the UK further out of lockdown.


Delight as bowling alley can reopen

Delight as bowling alley can reopen

Delight as bowling alley can reopen

17 July 2020

The owner of a bowling alley is delighted that Government restrictions will be further easing from August 1.


'It's been a real, real struggle'

'It's been a real, real struggle'

'It's been a real, real struggle'

16 July 2020

A business owner, who sadly lost her mum to the coronavirus, explains how hard it has been to keep going.


'We are in the same category as strip clubs in terms of risk'

'We are in the same category as strip clubs in terms of risk'

'We are in the same category as strip clubs in terms of risk'

15 July 2020

Beauticians are frustrated that they are unable to undertake facial treatments.


Village churches to hold Sunday services again

Village churches to hold Sunday services again

Village churches to hold Sunday services again

15 July 2020

People will be able to have communion and pray in two parts of the area over the coming weeks.


Mixed reaction to Eat Out to Help Out

Mixed reaction to Eat Out to Help Out

Mixed reaction to Eat Out to Help Out

15 July 2020

Government scheme to help hospitality industry gets a mixed reaction.


Charity continues to provide for those in need

Charity continues to provide for those in need

Charity continues to provide for those in need

15 July 2020

Regular deliveries to key workers have been keeping them going during the pandemic.


Thank you for caring!

Thank you for caring!

Thank you for caring!

15 July 2020

Gift packages have been sent to carers to thank them for their hard work.


Business owners rejoice as they are given the go-ahead to reopen

Business owners rejoice as they are given the go-ahead to reopen

Business owners rejoice as they are given the go-ahead to reopen

15 July 2020

Gyms and swimming pools are looking forward to reopening.


Town electrical store to reopen this weekend

Town electrical store to reopen this weekend

Town electrical store to reopen this weekend

14 July 2020

Customers will be welcomed back to a TV, washing machine and fridge freezer retailer on Saturday,


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