Dine Romero, Leader of Bath & North East Somerset Council said: “I am proud to join our local community in standing in solidarity with the communities affected by the killing of George Floyd. “I know people are hurt and angry, and I will be supporting others at the Black Lives [...]
Thousands of working age residents in Bath and North East Somerset are set to have their council tax reduced to help prevent financial hardship during the coronavirus pandemic.
Nearly 2,000 grants totalling more than £26m for businesses that have been disrupted by Covid-19 have already been processed in Bath and North East Somerset but companies are being reminded that registrations are still open.
Bath & North East Somerset Council is restarting fortnightly garden waste collections on Monday 27 April after the service was temporarily paused due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
More than 340 businesses have already received urgent business support grants from the Government totalling £5.4m thanks to Bath & North East Somerset Council’s Invest in Bath business support team.
Bath Record Office is calling on residents of Bath & North East Somerset to help record the extraordinary times we are living through, so that their experiences can be preserved for future generations to see.
The most vulnerable people in Bath and North East Somerset will be able to telephone for advice on a range of critical support during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic when a new community hub launches next week.
Bath & North East Somerset Council has set up an exciting virtual library to help children and adults keep their love of literature going while libraries are closed during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Bath & North East Somerset Council is highlighting some free materials that have been produced in response to Coronavirus (Covid-19) to help people with additional needs access essential information about the pandemic.
This comes in the light of the very clear message from the Government to stay at home to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.