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Crich Tramway Village – Supporting the Local Community
Crich Tramway Village, home to the National Tramway Museum, will be offering free admission to residents living within 5 miles of Crich on their Community Day on Sunday 11th October 2020...

Remembrance Day Information 2020
Remembrance Day Information 2020 There won’t be a parade this year because of the COVID Regulations...

MINISTERS CONSIDER NEW COVID CONTROLS AS CASES RISE
Ministers are considering tough new coronavirus restrictions as Boris Johnson said the long-feared the second wave of the pandemic has arrived in the UK...

PREMIER INN OWNER WHITBREAD TO AXE UP TO 6,000 JOBS AS PANDEMIC HITS DEMAND
Up to 6,000 jobs are being axed at Premier Inn owner Whitbread as the group warned the coronavirus crisis will continue to hammer demand...

CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK HAS REACHED CRITICAL POINT, SAYS WHITTY
Britain stands at a “critical point” in the coronavirus pandemic, Professor Chris Whitty will warn, potentially laying the ground for tough new controls in an urgent attempt to halt the surge in infections...

RAIL FRANCHISING ‘ENDED’ TO CREATE ‘MORE EFFECTIVE STRUCTURE’
Rail franchising has been “ended” by extending measures introduced to keep trains running after the coronavirus outbreak, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced...

CORONAVIRUS RULES: WHAT CAN YOU BE FINED FOR?
People in England who refuse an order to self-isolate could face fines of up to £10,000, the Government has said...

UK COULD SEE 200 OR MORE COVID-19 DEATHS PER DAY, SCIENTISTS WARN
The UK could see 200 or more deaths per day by mid-November if the current rate of infection is not halted, the Government’s chief scientific adviser has warned, as ministers consider further restrictions on households socialising...
 
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Pierce of Art Alfreton
Pierce of Art requires experienced tattoo artists. The positions are freelance and can be either full or part-time. They need an artist who is up to date with the latest fashions. Applicants must have previous experience. If this sounds like the job for you then give Lesley or Elizabeth a call on 01773 5 2 1 2 1 2...

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More than 2,000 paediatricians have signed a letter urging Boris Johnson to extend free school meals to vulnerable children during the holidays – saying childhood hunger should “transcend politics”..

The Welsh Government will review how the ban on supermarkets selling non-essential items during Wales’ firebreak lockdown is working, First Minister Mark Drakeford has said..

Contacts of people infected with coronavirus may have to self-isolate for as little as seven days amid concerns in Whitehall about the levels of public compliance with the Test and Trace system..

Millions more people will be under tougher coronavirus restrictions in the next 24 hours as the Government increased financial support for businesses and employees affected by the measures. Greater Manchester moved into the highest alert level, Tier 3, on Friday morning, and Wales will introduce its two-week “firebreak” lockdown at 6pm..

Nearly half of the public in England do not “fully understand” the current coronavirus lockdown rules, a study suggests. Researchers found that around half of adults (51%) in the country said they understand the current Covid-19 restrictions. Only 13% of the respondents said they “fully understand” them..

Wales will enter a two-week “firebreak” lockdown at 6pm on Friday in an attempt to protect the country’s NHS from being overwhelmed by the resurgence of coronavirus. The Welsh Government has said the “sharp and deep” lockdown, brought in to coincide with half-term holidays, could be enough to avoid a longer and “much more damaging national lockdown” in the months ahead..

The second and final presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden was a much more civil affair than last month’s widely-panned first debate. With a mute button in place this time around, the candidates interrupted each other far less frequently, even as they clashed on issues ranging from the coronavirus to crime and global warming..

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