Restaurants and other establishments serving food for on-premises consumption can now sign up to a new government initiative aimed at protecting jobs in the hospitality industry and encouraging people to safely return to dining out. The Eat Out to Help Out registration service went live yesterday on GOV.UK, allowing businesses to join the scheme
Due to the continued uncertainty around when theatres can reopen and live performance can once again be staged, it has become necessary for Thursford Christmas Spectacular to postpone until 2021.
What a strange time we are all living through at the moment. So, knowing how much you have missed us and to give you the excitement of putting something into your diary, Dersingham Open Gardens is back. We will be opening our gardens on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th September 11am-5pm.
Whilst the coronavirus pandemic put a temporary halt to so many activities, the staff at Hunstanton Town Council were able to carry out some extensive refurbishments of the Community Centre in Avenue Road to give the building and the facilities a complete makeover and are pleased to announce the works are now complete.
Lockdown for some was a challenge and for others it presented an opportunity for creativity and so it was for Amy Coates of Angelina’s Curtains and Blinds of Heacham.
In February this year Town and Around published that: 'there were "many weaknesses" in the Borough’s Council’s handling of KLIC says all-party report.' https://townandaround.net/news/report-includes-alice-in-wonderland-accounting-claims-councillor
Lockdown sees birth of tiny penguin chick. The newborn weighed the same as four of the iconic Penguin biscuits and has been named ‘squirt’ because of some VERY cheeky habits.
Play areas can open from Saturday, 4 July 2020, according to a Government announcement, but in West Norfolk, play areas managed by the borough council will remain closed while further clarification and guidance is sought and covid-19 risk assessments are carried out.
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