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Source: Wales – City of Cardiff

The COVID-19 news you might have missed from Cardiff Council over the last seven days (29th June)

22/06/20 – Time for Real Change

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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22/06/20 – Real Change – information on homelessness services in Cardiff

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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22/06/20 – Cardiff Council outdoor sports and leisure courts reopen

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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23/06/20 – Keeping the city centre safe and accessible for all

To ensure the city centre is a safe and accessible place for all, a range of additional measures have been put in place to assist those with disabilities or mobility problems in the city centre.

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24/06/20 – New primary school provision to serve north-west Cardiff

The latest recommendations on the proposals to establish new primary school provision to serve parts of north-west Cardiff have been approved by the local authority’s Cabinet today.

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24/06/20 – COVID-19: New school traffic schemes to maintain social distancing in a safe way

A series of new traffic schemes will be put in place across Cardiff, to ensure children and families can maintain social distancing safely and be supported to use active travel, when schools reopen from Monday 29, June.

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25/06/20 – How to use our Recycling Centres during the Coronavirus pandemic

Please see our top tips for before, during and after your visit to our Recycling Centres.

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25/06/20 – Blues to return to training at Pentwyn Leisure Centre

Cardiff Blues will return to training at Pentwyn Leisure Centre after a temporary agreement was reached with Cardiff Council and GLL, the charitable leisure social enterprise that operates the facility.

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26/06/20 – Kerbside garden waste collections return to normal on July 6

Fortnightly, kerbside collections of Cardiff’s green, garden waste are to return from Monday, July 6.

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