Published 28 April 2020North Yorkshire County Council representatives along with key emergency responders, public health and military planners joined the national minute’s silence this morning (28 April) to remember key workers who have lost their lives to Covid-19.
Published 23 April 2020“The impact of Coronavirus is being felt across every aspect of life in North Yorkshire and is changing how we think about the county, but not what we need to do to make our communities grow and prosper in the future.”
Published 21 April 2020North Yorkshire has acted to establish an urgent financial package for early years providers in recognition of their vital work in supplying places for the children of critical workers and for vulnerable children and their families.
Published 16 April 2020This year, over 95 per cent of North Yorkshire parents or carers of primary age children secured their first school preference. Just over 98 per cent of families in the county secured one of their top three preferences.
Published 15 April 2020School hubs have been celebrated across North Yorkshire for going the extra mile and providing much needed childcare provision for children of critical workers over the Easter bank holiday and at weekends.
Published 7 April 2020From home composting in a cardboard box to ensuring you store different foods in the places that will keep them fresh longest, there are dozens of ways to make the most of what we’ve got and reduce waste as we stay home to combat the spread of Covid-19.
Published 6 April 2020A series of hubs have been set up in schools and nurseries across North Yorkshire to make sure critical workers have childcare throughout bank holidays, weekends and other times where there is no other local provision.
Published 4 April 2020Joint statement from Richard Flinton chair of the multi-agency North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum and Mike Walker, North Yorkshire Police Assistant Chief Constable and Gold commander leading the response to Covid-19.
Published 1 April 2020North Yorkshire householders are being encouraged to reduce the amount of waste they create while the county’s household waste recycling centres (HWRCs) are temporarily closed and kerbside collection services are under pressure as a result of Covid-19.