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Stagecoach Bus Cancellations

Stagecoach Bus Cancellations

Published: 29 Nov 21

Stagecoach have provided the Council a link to their website, detailing service disruptions and cancellations in the County. Read More...

Grants

Grants

Published: 23 Nov 21

Grants application deadline has now been extended. Download your application form now Read More...

FOTWHOP Fundraising

FOTWHOP Fundraising

Published: 18 Nov 21

How you can help the Friends of Westward Ho! Park with their fundraising activities. Read More...

Household Support Fund

Household Support Fund

Published: 18 Nov 21

Torridge District Council in partnership with Devon County Council launch new Household Support Fund for Residents. Read More...

Appledore Residents Parking Survey

Appledore Residents Parking Survey

Published: 18 Nov 21

Appledore Residents' Parking Scheme Survey - Assessment of Issues. Read More...

FREE Community Connector Bus Service

FREE Community Connector Bus Service

Published: 18 Nov 21

FREE monthly service, on a Saturday to coincide with Appledore Farmer's Markets. Read More...

COVID-19 remains a serious health risk. You should stay cautious to help protect yourself and others.

üLet fresh air in if you meet indoors. Meeting outdoors is safer.

üYou must wear a face covering in shops and on all public transport.

üGet tested and self-isolate if required.

üIf you haven’t already, get vaccinated.

Find out how to stay safe and help prevent the spread

 

Face coverings in education settings, this guidance applies to:

From 29 November, face coverings should be worn in communal areas in all education settings by staff, visitors and pupils, or students in year 7 and above, unless they are exempt. Pupils or students in year 7 or above should continue to wear face coverings on public and school transport, unless they are exempt. 

New measures announced in response to the Omicron variant, this guidance applies to:

The Prime Minister has announced new measures in response to the Omicron variant, including face coverings in shops and on public transport, PCR tests on or before day 2 for all international arrivals and self-isolation for contacts of suspected Omicron cases, including for those who are fully-vaccinated. 

Changes to the red list for international travel, this guidance applies to:

At 4am on 28 November Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia and Angola were added to the travel red list. South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Eswatini, Zimbabwe and Namibia moved onto the red list at midday on 26 November. 

Booster vaccines, this guidance applies to:

People aged 40 to 49 can now get a booster vaccine 6 months after their second dose. Book your vaccination appointment online or find a walk-in clinic.