As restrictions lift on 19 July York leaders have come together to thank everyone for their efforts and to ask residents and visitors to ‘Keep York kind’ as we all adapt to learning to live with covid
The formal consultation phase has begun on whether to make permanent some of the changes to the footstreets that were introduced in response to the ongoing Covid pandemic.
Coronavirus protocols for press attending Full Council on Thursday 15 July 2021 at York Racecourse (Ground Floor, Knavesmire Stand).
Childcare, health and education professionals from across the city have put together five top tips to help make sure children who are starting school for the first time in September – and their parents and carers – are ready.
Families in York are to benefit from an expanded city-wide holiday activity programme for children and young people this summer.
Councillor Keith Aspden, leader of City of York Council, said:
Residents wanting to renew or build fitness lost during lockdown are being urged by a new campaign to build more activity into their lives
Michael Melvin has been appointed as City of York Council’s new Director of Safeguarding People, heading up safeguarding for children and adults in the city.
City of York Council are asking residents interested in the work of the council to come forwards and get involved in some of the volunteer roles we are currently looking to fill.
Young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in York, and their families, are being reminded there are only a few more days to get involved in the Inclusion Review consultation.