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Clay Cross Parish Council
Clay Cross Social Centre
Tel: 01246 862812
We are pleased to announce that from Monday 27 July 2020, Rykneld Homes have arranged drop-in sessions taking place at Clay Cross Social Centre over the next two weeks. The drop-in sessions will take place in the Social Centre foyer, Monday to Friday 10AM - 2PM
NO NEED TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT - SIMPLY COME ALONG!
For further information, visit https://www.rykneldhomes.org.uk/
The Department for Work & Pensions has launched two practical online support platforms through its new "Good Place to Start" campaign.
jobhelp offers essential advice to those looking for work, on which sectors are recruiting now, how to make the best of transferable skills and how to secure a new role, while employerhelp offers business advice on recruiting, including the matching service Find a Job.
North East Derbyshire District Council have recently updated their website - www.ne-derbyshire.gov.uk/coronavirus-covid-19/community-residents-advice - with information for residents about the NHS test and trace system. Please make sure you also know how the system works, in case you are contacted. It’s important we all follow the advice given to help slow down the spread of the virus and keep us all safe.
COVID-19 - Workplace Health & Safety
If you know of someone planning to restart their business, please let them know of the workplace health and safety advice available for them. North East Derbyshire District Council have provided information sheets with advice for a number of different businesses to help them keep their staff and customers safe when they do re-open.
Additionally, local businesses who are small and medium-sized employers, with fewer than 250 employees, will be able to apply to recover the costs of paying Covid-19 related Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) payments they have made to their employees. If you have friends or family who have local businesses who this may help, please signpost them to https://www.ne-derbyshire.gov.uk/coronavirus-covid-19/business-advice for more information.
North East Derbyshire District Council are still asking residents not to light garden fires as people are still in self-isolation, including those in high risk and vulnerable groups.
The District Council are also advising residents using BBQs and chimineas to behave responsibly, consider their neighbours and to only burn appropriate material to avoid generating excessive smoke that could cause a nuisance.
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service has also issued advice on how to barbecue safely, so please have a read. The green waste collection service has resumed and the household waste recycling centres have re-opened so his should reduce the need have fires for the time being.
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