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Bham City Council 1h
Remember: WASH YOUR HANDS 🖐️ WEAR A MASK 😷 KEEP 2m APART↔️ Simple instructions to keep our city safe.
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Public Health England 2h
New blog -- : Self-isolating protects your friends, family and community In this new blog we have focused on why self-isolation is still vitally important to stop from spreading. Read more:
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Healthy Brum 2h
We have launched the COVID-19 Community Champions Network 🗣 COVID-19 Community Champions are helping family, friends and communities stay protected against the virus. Find out more and join today ⬇
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Bham City Council 4h
Spot the signs of illegal money lending and report your concerns confidentially to on 0300 555 2222 or via the Stop Loan Sharks App. Download it for free from your mobile app store:
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Dept for BEIS 6h
Employers must support self-isolating staff to help fight the virus. New rules mean that employers who prevent staff from self-isolating could face fines from today. Check what to do when an employee is self-isolating:
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Department of Health and Social Care 5h
From today, people in England are required by law to self-isolate if they: ▶️ receive a positive test result ▶️ are asked to by NHS Test and Trace Failure to comply may result in a fine. More info:
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Naturally Birmingham 5h
There are plans to regenerate Adderley Park with an outdoor gym and improved walkways. would like to hear from the local community about any ideas you may have or if you would like to join the Adderley School - Friends of Adderley Park group. See flyer for info.
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Bham City Council 4h
Webcast: This morning's Licensing Sub-Committee A is live here
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Bham City Council 4h
From today (Monday) new Government guidelines mean weddings are limited to 15 people. However, the number of people allowed at a funeral remains at 30.
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Bham City Council 5h
Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park is open to the public and online booking is now available here Numbers are limited. You must pre-book - no booking, no visit and do please wear a facecovering on entry
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West Midlands Roads 7h
Ludstone Road between Barnes Hill and Alwold Road, is scheduled to be closed today between 09:30 and 15:30.
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West Midlands Roads 7h
Collingbourne Avenue between Chipperfield Road and Bromford Road is scheduled to be closed today, until 30 September between 09:30 and 15:00.
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West Midlands Roads 7h
York Road between Hollyhock Road and Cateswell Road, is scheduled to be closed today between 09:30 and 15:00.
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West Midlands Roads 5h
Further daytime (09:30-15:30) lane closures this week on A4040 Aston Lane and Wellington Road approaching Birchfield Island Also ongoing 24-hour lane closure both ways within Underpass. Plan ahead and expect delays.
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West Midlands CA 5h
The redevelopment of railway station has taken a major step forward after plans for a new transport interchange were submitted to 🚉 Take a look at the proposed new station 📸 Learn more, here:
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Bham City Council 6h
Please avoid this area - serious rtc in Pershore Road
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Bham City Council 6h
Meet your local Councillor at online Birmingham Ward Forums this week. Mon 28 Sept: Harborne 6.30pm Tues 29 Sept: Sutton Vesey 7pm Wed 30 Sept: Soho & Jewellery Quarter 7pm For details and links to meetings visit: Free to attend online, everyone welcome
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Bham City Council 23h
We’re knocking on doors in different areas of Birmingham to offer free coronavirus tests, where there are spikes in cases and low testing uptake. Volunteers drop off a test, tell you everything you need to know and come back to collect within the hour:
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Bham City Council Sep 27
New podcast: In the first of a 2 part episode we hear from BCC Deputy Leader , & on how business in has been affected by the pandemic. Available on Apple & Spotify
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Bham City Council Sep 27
By looking after yourself you are looking after others. Stick to the guidance and we will reduce the spread. See our FAQs here
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