Thursday, 28 October 2021

Covid jab – young ’uns go for it!

Covid jab – young ’uns go for it!

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISING FEATURE: After a highly successful roll-out of the vaccine programme for UK adults and the vulnerable, all young people aged 12 to 17 are now being offered jabs against COVID-19. We talk to experts to answer your most frequently asked questions about the benefits to individuals and communities alike.

Travelling abroad has changed

Travelling abroad has changed

The pandemic has changed the way we travel abroad. The Government has put in place a traffic light system – green, amber, red – designed to tell you the actions that need to be taken on return from overseas travel. Other changes have been made because the UK has left the EU.

Business support, just the job

Business support, just the job

ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: Let’s get back to work! Whether you want to get a foot on the first step of the ladder, have been made redundant or are yearning to retrain, there is help available. The UK Government is working hand-in-hand with businesses to offer opportunities to young people.

Bride’s big day just got even better but we still need to do things safe

Bride’s big day just got even better but we still need to do things safe

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The limit on the number of people at weddings and wakes has been lifted ... but we need to remember the rules on hands, face, space and fresh air. We look at the new etiquette for wedding organisers and their guests and how to commemorate the life of a loved one at funerals or wakes.

 

Stay safe as we enjoy hugs and pubs again in latest easing of restrictions

Stay safe as we enjoy hugs and pubs again in latest easing of restrictions

ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: The latest easing of restrictions has brought joy to millions of us. We have been able to meet loved ones indoors, hug, organise celebrations, visit restaurants and book tickets for our favourite pastimes. But caution is still paramount. This is what we can do in England and how we can do so safely.

Why Kate Garraway wishes her husband had a lasting power of attorney

Why Kate Garraway wishes her husband had a lasting power of attorney

THE heart-breaking impact of the coronavirus pandemic has been publicly apparent for journalist Kate Garraway, whose husband Derek was ...

Poll of estate agents and surveyors reveals commercial property trends

Poll of estate agents and surveyors reveals commercial property trends

HENLEY law firm THP Solicitors has polled more than 100 surveyors and estate agents to get their insights into current commercial ...

Safety first as shops reopen

Safety first as shops reopen

ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: Hairdressers to hotels, cafes to cinemas, pub chains to independent shops... high streets across the country ...

Go with the flow to help halt COVID-19

Go with the flow to help halt COVID-19

We are all in this together and that includes everybody regularly taking a rapid COVID-19 test. Even if you do not have symptoms you ...

Enjoy the great outdoors safely as lockdown restrictions ease

Enjoy the great outdoors safely as lockdown restrictions ease

The relaxation of lockdown rules on March 29 has been welcomed as a breath of fresh air. Up to six people or two families are allowed ...

COVID-19: All your vaccine key questions answered…

COVID-19: All your vaccine key questions answered…

With more than half the UK’s adult population vaccinated, we answer your most asked questions, talking to medical experts and other ...

Companies keen to build on the success of trading with Europe

Companies keen to build on the success of trading with Europe

MOVING FORWARD: Many businesses are successfully trading with Europe and planning to expand their markets.

The UK’s new trading relationship with the EU means that businesses are able to seize new opportunities as we strike trade deals with ...

Look after your mental wellbeing

Look after your mental wellbeing

Now you can reach out and get support from the NHS Every Mind Matters website  HELP IS AT HAND ·         Every Mind Matters: Advice, ...

Vaccines vital to defeat COVID-19

Vaccines vital to defeat COVID-19

A multi-million pound vaccine programme is being rolled out at a fast rate across the UK with over ten million people having already ...

Helping economy bounce back

Helping economy bounce back

The UK Government has, during recent months, helped millions of people continue to provide for their families as part of its Plan for ...

Why your business must act now to continue trading with Europe

Why your business must act now to continue trading with Europe

The way we do business with the EU has changed. Many firms are already adapting to the new rules and making plans for the future. If ...

How you can help your children keep up with studying

How you can help your children keep up with studying

ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE: While schools and colleges are closed to all except children of critical workers and vulnerable children, most ...

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THERESA MAY has encouraged children to write to their MP to stress the importance of taking action on climate change. The Maidenhead MP and former prime minister shared a video ... [more]

 

Food donation

PUPILS at Robert Piggott Junior School in Wargrave donated 231kg of food to a food bank in Reading as part of the harvest celebrations.

 

Quiz night

THE annual big quiz night at the St Mary’s Church Centre in Wargrave will take place on Saturday, November 20 from 7pm. Teams of up to six can take part and the quiz will be ... [more]

 

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