Using contact tracing, the app locates and logs other app users nearby. This allows all users to ‘check in’ when visiting the venue by scanning the QR code displayed on the posters at the entrance.
Both symptoms alert the user if anyone comes in contact with subsequent tests that are favorable for coronavirus.
We should also follow important rules such as washing hands, wearing face coverings in public places and keeping the car two meters away when sharing and whenever possible.
As we are now officially in autumn and the nights are starting to draw, one thing the council is looking for is winter shelter for emergency accommodation and tough sleepers.
We need to provide something else as there will be no shared drop ins like in previous years due to Kovid.
We want to make sure that no one needs to sleep on the streets and that everyone has a way home before the weather cools down.
If you know they have nowhere to sleep this winter, and may need emergency accommodation, please contact the Council’s housing needs team as soon as possible at the Nottinghamshire Street Reach team at 01909 533533 or 0800 0665356.
Two nights short-term accommodation will be provided immediately to give the council time to make way for long-term homes for anyone displaying homelessness.
People sleeping on the streets often have complicated and chaotic lives, so we want people to come forward now.
Finally, the Workshop Railway Station was highly acclaimed at the prestigious National Rail Awards for Medium Station of the Year.
The judges praised the station for ‘tasting like an impressive railhead with close ties to the community’.
Well done to Northern Railway, Friends of Workshop Station, Railway Heritage Trust, Network Rail and North Knots & Links Community Rail Partnership.
Councilor Simon Greaves is the leader of the Bassetla District Council.