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Wednesday 20th May 2020
Healthy boost for low income families during pandemic
A quicker, simpler application process for Healthy Start food vouchers has been welcomed by Greater Manchester health leaders amid concerns around food poverty during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tuesday 19th May 2020
£250,000 fundraising drive launched for Trafford residents
A new fundraising campaign has been launched to help the most vulnerable and isolated Trafford residents, as the effects of the coronavirus pandemic continue to be felt throughout the borough.
Monday 18th May 2020
Trafford Council and CCG support for Mental Health Awareness Week
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week – and Trafford Council and NHS Trafford CCG are supporting the initiative to spread the word about kindness.
Altrincham Golf Course to reopen
Altrincham Golf Course will reopen on 16th May 2020 with new opening hours and procedures to enable both golfers and the local community to enjoy the green space. The move follows the Government's plan to begin steps to ease lockdown, which includes measures to reopen golf clubs and courses.
Friday 15th May 2020
Stretford recycling centre set to open
Trafford residents can now dispose more of their waste as restrictions around what can be taken to recycling centres are relaxed.
Trafford's parks and green spaces to be enjoyed
People using Trafford parks can now enjoy more of their facilities following the government's easing of the lockdown measures.
Thursday 14th May 2020
Trafford Council sets out bold travel plans
Trafford Council is to progress with bold plans that will enable residents to travel safely across the borough during the lockdown period and the recovery phase.
Advice from Trafford Council on reopening businesses and returning to work
Trafford Council has issued guidance to businesses that are able to reopen and the implications for staff returning to work after the government eased some of the coronavirus lockdown rules.
Wednesday 13th May 2020
Council Tax bills reissued to residents eligible for Council Tax Support
Council Tax bills have now been reissued to working age residents who were eligible on 11 March 2020 for Council Tax Support with a 100% reduction of their 2020-21 bill. A total of 1,230 Council Tax bills were reissued, equating to a combined value of over £580,000.
Community Response Hubs - the view from our volunteers
Volunteers have been talking about their personal experience of how Trafford's Community Response Hubs are helping vulnerable people across the borough during the Covid-19 crisis.
Lifting the lid on blue recycling bins
The One Trafford Partnership is stepping up efforts to tackle contamination of blue recycling bins and is placing tags on blue bins if they contain the wrong items.
Tuesday 12th May 2020
One Trafford continue to carry out essential highway maintenance
The One Trafford Partnership are continuing to carry out essential maintenance work across Trafford's road network – helping to support essential travel and protect the condition of the roads.
Online celebration to mark Pride in Trafford 2020
This coming weekend to coincide with IDAHOBIT (International day against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia) would have seen Waterside and Trafford celebrate its second Pride in Trafford festival: a five day event of live performances and exhibitions to explore and celebrate LGBTQ+ life and to provide a platform for queer artists in the region.
Thursday 7th May 2020
Early years heroes thanked for caring role during coronavirus crisis
Nursery staff, childminders and staff at after school clubs in Trafford have been thanked for their role in saving lives and stopping the spread of coronavirus.
Wednesday 6th May 2020
Care home manager thanks PPE Hub following full recovery of Covid-19 residents
Ascot House, an Intermediate Care and Discharge Unit for older adults run by Trafford Council in Sale, has thanked the PPE Mutual Aid Hub after nursing back to full health several elderly patients who had contracted Covid-19.
Trafford's political leaders pen joint letter to thank residents for COVID-19 efforts
Trafford's political leaders have written a joint letter to residents thanking them for their efforts as the country faces its 'greatest crisis in a generation.'
Trafford Handball Club switch to online delivery
A Trafford sports club has launched online training sessions for its junior and senior teams
Tuesday 5th May 2020
Commemorating the 75th anniversary of VE Day in Trafford
Trafford Council is asking residents to maintain social distancing and celebrate at home as the borough marks the 75th anniversary of VE Day over the coming bank holiday weekend.
Monday 4th May 2020
Trafford organisations working together to support families
Trafford organisations have come together to provide vital help and support to struggling families during the coronavirus lockdown.
Trafford leaders write joint letter to thank volunteer and community sector
Trafford leaders have written a joint letter thanking all the volunteers and community activists for their support during the COVID-19 outbreak.
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