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The money will help with essential running costs and specified projects, helping them to continue supporting local people despite the pandemic.
Alabama rot begins as skin lesions but can develop quickly and lead to kidney failure. One local dog walker says there is no need for alarm, but owners need to be aware of the early signs.
Fellow councillors have paid tribute tonight to Cllr Geoff Webber, the Liberal Democrat group leader on North Yorkshire County Council, who died today. Cllr Webber had a long history of public service.
Of the 2,298 people who responded to North Yorkshire County Council’s consultation, 50% indicated they ‘strongly oppose’ the scheme, while 38% said they supported or strongly supported it.
The money is in addition to the £15 per week food vouchers the authority will give to families entitled to free school meals.
The £500,000 agreement was taken out in September 2019 to help cashflow and was originally due to be repaid by November last year.
While teachers have remained on site to support children of key workers and provide virtual lessons, for many families it is the first time children have been in school since before Christmas.
The death was registered yesterday, Saturday, March 6, and brings the total number of deaths at the hospital to 166 since the start of the pandemic.
North Yorkshire County Council has written to all care providers to emphasise the importance of allowing visits, but adapting guidance to suit each setting.
It brings the total number of confirmed cases in the district to 7,366 since the pandemic began last year. There have been no further deaths reported at Harrogate District Hospital in today’s data.