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‘FutureInns’ local lockdown offer • Introbiz Members News

At Future Inn Cardiff Bay, you can step away from the world, catch your breath and relax. In all this change and uncertainty take your mind off it with a night away from home. Future Inn Cardiff remains open for residents.  Please see attached a copy of the Cardiff Local Break offer they are doing from now until December subject to availability. Cardiff Local Break:  Overnight stay  Full Welsh breakfast  3-course dinner in Thomas Restaurant  OR a Taste of Wales Afternoon Tea £54.50 per person To book:  02920 487111  reservations.cardiff@futureinns.co.uk  Select ‘Cardiff Local Break’ when booking online Find more information
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Cardiff During Lockdown…

Whilst out on my 1 hour exercise in Cardiff on Sunday I stopped to take some pictures of Mill Lane in the City Centre and Mermaid Quay In Cardiff Bay. The sun was shining but both the city centre and the bay were warily quite as people in Cardiff were generally adhering to the Lockdown rules, at least as far as I could see!
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Former and future health and social care professionals needed – Welsh Government News…

PRESS RELEASE Former and future health and social care professionals needed to help Wales respond to coronavirus Wales’ former health and social care professionals are today being asked to return to work, as an emergency recruitment drive is launched to tackle the coronavirus pandemic. First published:21 March 2020Last updated:21 March 2020 Share this page Twitter Facebook Email Wales’ Chief Medical Officer, Chief Nursing Officer and Director of Social Services and Integration have made simultaneous appeals to their colleagues to sign-up to support those affected. Final-year students will also be offered work in the NHS to help boost the workforce over
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Welsh Sports News – Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan looking to concentrate more on the bluebirds…

Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan has reportedly sold half of his stake in MLS club Los Angeles FC – and plans to sell off the other half as well. The shares already sold, purported to be worth around $70m, are said to have been bought by a group of individuals within the club, who are already planning to buy the rest of his stake, too. Tan owned 20 percent of LAFC but his shareholding is now said to have been reduced to just 10 percent, according to the LA Times .   It all points to a streamlining of Tan’s footballing portfolio, helping
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Thousands of university students may not be able to graduate this year because of strikes by lecturers student 🎓🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧

Thousands of university students may not be able to graduate this year because of strikes by lecturers https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/10960582/uni-strikes-stop-students-graduating/ — Read on www.thesun.co.uk/news/10960582/uni-strikes-stop-students-graduating/
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