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Newport City Council is following and implementing best practice regarding coronavirus as advised by the government and Public Health Wales.
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As the Covid-19 restrictions are steadily lifted in Wales, Newport City Council is working with local businesses to create a safe environment for visitors and shoppers.
Newport City Council will begin the process of restarting library services by reopening Newport Central Library from Tuesday 14 July.
Newport has today welcomed plans by the Education Minister to allow schools that can do so, safely reopen from the first week of September, with all schools to reopen from September 14.
Multi use games facilities and tennis courts to reopen
A scheme to create a safe and pleasant route for pedestrians and cyclists through a former brownfield site is set to go ahead.
Newport City Council and Duffryn Community Link will be providing safe and secure childcare for key workers during the school summer holidays.
Civil marriages and civil partnership ceremonies will re-commence in Newport from July 1, 2020.
Gwent Local Resilience Forum (LRF) statement on numbers at burial services
From Monday 29 June, pedestrian gates will be open at Newport City Council's cemeteries will open during the week for people on foot who wish to visit graves.
Newport City Council has taken the decision to cancel this year's food festival, scheduled for Saturday 3 October 2020.
Birth registrations to resume on Monday 29 June
Newport City Council's Cabinet met today with a key focus on how the council has responded to the current health emergency, and the plans for recovery.
Newport City Council is proposing a staged approach to supporting the city's economic stability and growth in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and for the future
Newport City Council is encouraging all businesses within the city to apply for Covid-19 related grants before the deadline on Tuesday 30th June.
Newport City Council will be raising the flag outside the civic centre to commemorate this year's Armed Forces Day.
On June 3, 2020, the Minister for Education announced that schools in Wales would partially reopen on a 'check in, catch up and prepare' basis.
Newport City Council is working alongside businesses preparing to reopen as part of the nation's recovery from lockdown.
We are very sorry to hear of the death of Peter HC Davies who served as a Newport City Councillor for many years.
It is with great sadness that we hear of the death of Mohammad Asghar, former Newport Councillor
From this Saturday, our household waste recycling centre is opening longer on weekends.
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