Taken from the Council's Facebook page With news about the COVID-19 vaccines doing the rounds on social media over the last week, we’ve listened to what you’ve had to say and answered some of your questions. Starting with the big one - are the vaccines safe? Yes, they are safe. The global impact of COVID-19… Continue reading Message from the Council about Covid19 Vaccine
From December 2nd, Calderdale will be placed on Tier 3. For full details of the restrictions, visit: Local restriction tiers: what you need to know (GOV.UK). The restrictions that apply in Calderdale include: You must not meet with people you do not live with, or who are not in your support bubble, in: Any indoor setting. (This includes private… Continue reading Local Restrictions: Calderdale placed on Tier 3 from December 2nd
There are 3 key things we can all do to stop the spread of coronavirus: Limit contact with others as much as possible Wear face covering Isolate if symptoms develop or are advised to do so by the NHS. Images courtesy of Hannah Peevers
As National Restrictions come in from November 5th, Calderdale council would like to remind everyone of what we can all do to slow down the spread. There are plans to get this translated into Urdu, Arabic, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Farsi, Kurdish, Tigrinyan Remember: Hands - Face - Space Wash your hands often for at least… Continue reading Help Us Stop the Spread – Latest Coronavirus Alert
Debs Harkins, Director of Public Health for Calderdale has released a message on Youtube regarding the National Restrictions to limit the spread of the Covid 19 infection. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOyEW-DyFho Cases have been on the rise since September and it is important for all to play our part. The message centers on the basic things we all… Continue reading A message from our Director of Public Health about COVID-19 in Calderdale.
Take a look at the June 2020 newsletter from Disability Partnership Calderdale. We work with local authorities, volunteers groups and various service providers to improve the lives of people with disabilities in Calderdale. We also support our members with whom we consult regularly and for whom we provide meetings and social events. This month we have a… Continue reading Disability Partnership Calderdale June 2020 Newsletter
Refugee Week, the UK's largest festival celebrating the contribution of refugees, will take place between 15 and 21 June 2020. Refugee Week 2020, which has the theme ‘Imagine’, will be the first time the week has been held as a virtual festival. For over two decades, Refugee Week has brought together people of all backgrounds… Continue reading Refugee Week 2020 events across Calderdale
Next week is National Neighbourhood Watch week from Sunday 7th June – 13th June 2020 Illingworth and Bradshaw Neighbourhood watch Facebook link We would love to be able to join with you and your neighbours to celebrate however we are unable to do that at the minute. So we are asking how you plan on… Continue reading National Neighbourhood Watch week Sunday 7th June – 13th June 2020
Healthy Minds have a listening line for children and young people between 10 - 19 years, offering support and advice. The number is 01422 345 154 The line is open on Wednesdays between 1pm - 4pm.
This weekly alert outlines trending fraud patterns during the current COVID-19 pandemic and what we can do to stay protected. West Yorkshire Trading Standards News Alert issue 9 29.05.2020 Outline of trending scams: Rogue traders claiming they must check the purity of the air in a property. Doorstep caller (male) in Kirklees targeting isolated, vulnerable… Continue reading West Yorkshire Trading Standards Newsletter Scam Alert #9 29.05.2020