Our Head of Education and Learning has written to parents and carers about the re-starting of schools for some year groups.
To protect the public and staff a series of health protection measures will be in force, including a one-in one-out policy and two-metre social distancing guidelines.
The report explores the relationship between the health of people and the health of our planet, including the links between environmental change and emerging infectious diseases such as coronavirus.
Issued on behalf of the Devon and Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Resilience Forum With the slight relaxation of lockdown, the South West is warning would-be tourists, second home owners and visitors to the region to ‘think twice’ aboutaaa
Seasonal vegetation cutting will start next week as Public Rights of Way Wardens ensure that Devon’s network of paths and trails are kept open and are as clear as possible to assist with social distancing
The phased reopening of Devon’s Household Waste Recycling Centres for essential use only has gone ‘relatively well so far’ says Councillor Andrea Davis, ‘but we are experiencing some problems with traffic queuing back onto the public highway causing a safety issue, which we’re having to address.’
Devon County Council’s Cabinet has set out the authority’s highway maintenance budget for the current financial year but coronavirus lockdown and its after-effects are likely to impact on the delivery of some schemes
Like many voluntary groups and organisations, youth clubs in Devon are struggling right now to stay afloat, with bills to pay and no income to supplement them.
Devon is actively pursuing a series of temporary measures to support social distancing for walkers and cyclists as part of the Government’s £250 million emergency active travel fund