You should continue to work from home if you can. When travelling within the UK, you should aim to do so safely and plan your journey in advance.
Over 60 million doses of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine have been administered, with 37.9 million people receiving at least one jab.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces plan for a new ‘Global Pandemic Radar’ to identify and track new COVID variants and emerging diseases.
Government launches new campaign backed by medical experts, scientists and businesses urging the public to open windows when meeting friends and family indoors.
Rotherham has been awarded £12.6m to help the transformation of the town centre.
Rotherham is setting out its plans for the legacy that will be left behind following the UEFA Women’s Euros in 2022.
Works to prepare Riverside Precinct and Chantry Buildings for demolition are now underway as part of a key milestone in the development of Forge Island.
Our latest case rates here in Barnsley are now 31.6 per 100,000 people in the population (using data for the 7 days ending 15 May 2021.) This is a welcome reduction in cases, especially in old older age groups and we are seeing very little activity in the hospital as a result of COVID-19 which is a very positive picture.
We’re delighted to welcome back Cllr Caroline Makinson as the Mayor of Barnsley for 2021-22 as she officially reprised her role as mayor at the official Mayor Making ceremony held at yesterday’s Full Council meeting.
Work to install electric vehicle charging points capable of charging up to 40 vehicles at various car parks across Barnsley is now underway.