It’s Scam Awareness Fortnight from 15 to 26 June, and this year the focus is on scams that have emerged as a result of coronavirus.
The UK’s Largest Fostering and Adoption Charity, TACT, and Research in Practice have developed three linked surveys to explore experiences of life at home during lockdown.
Adults who live alone or single parents with young children can now form a ‘support bubble’ with one other household.
What’s it like to be a young carer during lockdown? Well, one of our fantastic young carers shared her story with BBC Spotlight.
Now that lockdown restrictions are gradually being lifted, we wanted to give you a quick update about changes to our Devon Libraries service.
You’ll start to see changes on some of our roads over the coming weeks that will help support social distancing and encourage more people to take up active travel.
With the partial lifting of lockdown measures, the Public Health Nursing team wanted to provide a quick update on the latest changes to services.
Over the last few weeks, the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health has reviewed evidence and revised the advice on which children and young people should continue to shield.
From 15th June face coverings will be required when using public transport in England.
The Devon Trading Standards team is warning everyone to be aware of scammers looking to exploit the new NHS Test and Trace service.