Archives for Covid-19

Adam Thomas’ six-year-old son raised £13,000 for charity after Captain Sir Tom Moore inspired him to walk 10k

PROUD dad Adam Thomas has revealed his six-year-old son raised £13,000 for charity after Captain Sir Tom Moore inspired him to walk 10k. The former … Adam Thomas’ six-year-old son raised £13,000 for charity after Captain Sir Tom Moore inspired him to walk 10k
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Welsh Business News – Welsh Government to support small businesses with innovative ideas #WelshBiz

The Welsh Government is making funding available to support businesses with innovative products and services that will help communities and the public sector adapt to the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI), which can offer up to £50,000 to promising projects able to start in January 2021 and complete by the end of March, will also be important for schemes that can support the public sector after the EU Transition period. The focus will be on creating better lives closer to home, by delivering against three key objectives that support the Welsh Government’s Economic
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Welsh Business News – Over 5,500 businesses apply for Welsh Government’s £100m Economic Resilience Fund in two days | North Wales Chronicle

THE first-come-first-serve business grants of the Welsh Government’s £100million Economic Resilience Fund has been fully subscribed with more than 5,500 businesses applying for support in just two days. Demand from businesses of all sizes across Wales has been received since the latest round of the ERF Development Grants which opened to applications on Wednesday, October 28. Businesses can still however benefit from the £200m available from the third phase of the fund. The £100m business grants are part of the £300m made available in the third stage of the ERF by the Welsh Government to support businesses continuing to be
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How has the Covid-19 pandemic changed cycling in Dublin City? – Weekly News & Analysis

Since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, people have looked for alternative methods of travelling to avoid busy public transport. Eibhin Kavanagh investigates how the pandemic is affecting cycling in the city. Is cycling in Dublin City safe? Photo by Eibhin Kavanagh With our movements once again restricted, people in Ireland are limited to travelling within 5km of their homes. Walking and cycling have become a more popular means of exercising as a result of gyms closing and sporting events being cancelled. In the last ten years, Dublin has seen an increase in the number of people cycling. A number
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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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News Bulletin: Economic Resilience Fund – Find out if your business is eligible for support from the third phase

Visit Wales Industry News News for the Tourism Industry in Wales To subscribe to our newsletter, click here. Having trouble viewing this email or to share, view online. 7 October 2020 Economic Resilience Fund – Find out if your business is eligible for support from the third phase Businesses across Wales can now find out if they can apply for funding from the third phase of the Economic Resilience Fund (ERF) by visiting the online Eligibility Checker. Economy Minister Ken Skates announced the new phase of the fund last week which will see an additional £140m being made available to businesses. The
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Some UK Business Podcasts for 2020 & 2021

UK Business Podcasts 2020 / UK Business Podcasts 2021 Click Here to Listen to these Episodes on the Mike Armstrong You Can Do It Podcast Show Some UK Business Podcasts to listen too in 2020 and beyond... 1. The Small Business Sessions Launched in 2005, Enterprise Nation has grown into a membership community of more than 75,000 SME founders and leaders. The Xero-sponsored Small Business Sessions is a “weekly podcast sharing the stories behind Britain’s brilliant small companies”. Almost 70 half-hour episodes are available, with a general theme of how to start and grow a small business. Recent topics include alternative finance,
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#MorningMotivation About incremental steps to help you out of lockdown or shielding…

Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: #MorningMotivation about taking incremental steps towards your goals. Motivation by #MikeArmstrong💪 https://anchor.fm/mike-armstrong9/episodes/MorningMotivation-about-taking-incremental-steps-towards-your-goals–Motivation-by-MikeArmstrong-eh7chi #MorningMotivation about taking incremental steps towards your goals. Motivation by #MikeArmstrong💪😎🙌🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧🌍🎙This morning’s Motivation is for people coming out of lockdown or shielding. – Another Morning Motivation Episode #MorningMotivation where Mike Armstrong talks about the various Steps that you can take to build yourself up to your larger goals. A Daily Motivation Series on the Mike Armstrong Podcast #SMART #MikeArmstrongPodcast 👑 🎙 #MikeArmstrong #YouCanDoIt #PositivityPodcast #Motivation #MotivationalPodcast #Entrepreneurship #PersonalDevelopmentPodcast #SalesPodcast #MarketingPodcast 😎 #Sales #Marketing #PersonalDevelopment #WOLFofWALES #WOW 🐺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 #WOWPodcast #SalesTraining
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BBC News Headlines from around the UK

By Andrew McFarlane Quarantine rules end for dozens of nations Life takes another small step back to normality today, as quarantine requirements are dropped for travellers arriving in England, Wales and Northern Ireland from 59 countries and 14 British overseas territories. It means those who have been on holiday in Spain, France, Italy, Belgium and Germany will be exempt from the requirement to isolate for 14 days. A slightly different list of exemptions applies in Scotland, meaning people travelling from both Spain and Serbia will still have to go into quarantine, after First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said concerns about the prevalence of Covid-19 persisted.
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Morning Motivation and Personal Development from #MikeArmstrong on the Mike Armstrong Podcast

Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: #MorningMotivation Keep on Keeping on & Work The System 💪 Morning Motivation & Personal Development🎙 https://anchor.fm/mike-armstrong9/episodes/MorningMotivation-Keep-on-Keeping-on–Work-The-System–Morning-Motivation–Personal-Development-eg9s71 #MorningMotivation Keep on Keeping on & Work The System 💪 Morning Motivation & Personal Development🎙😎🙌🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧🌍 – Another Morning Motivation Episode #MorningMotivation where Mike Armstrong shares you motivation, inspiration & personal development to help inspire people in the morning and this morning’s episode includes the 4th of July Independance day for the USA & Now England, UK 🇺🇸 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 🇬🇧 🎙 #MikeArmstrong #YouCanDoIt #PositivityPodcast #Motivation #MotivationalPodcast #Entrepreneurship #PersonalDevelopmentPodcast #SalesPodcast #MarketingPodcast 😎 #Sales #Marketing #PersonalDevelopment #WOLFofWALES #WOW
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Senedd roundup: Minister reveals virus testing plans as schools reopen – Nation.Cymru

Health Minister Vaughan Gething has revealed the government is undertaking a programme of antibody testing of school staff who have been working in hub schools during the coronavirus pandemic. The government has also made plans for the rapid deployment of antigen testing if there are any outbreaks of Covid-19 in schools or if schools have failed to follow the government guidelines for infection prevention measures. Schools in Wales have been closed to most pupils since the start of the coronavirus outbreak in March but are due to reopen on Monday. Around 6,000 pupils, the children of key workers and those
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