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Bowls' BIG Weekend 2022
23 May 2022
Flower Festival and Bell Ringing
08 May 2022
Kirkby Lions JFC end of season charity tournament
06 May 2022
NOTICE OF EDGE OFF ROAD EVENT
02 May 2022
Rose Lea Tea Room opens on Thursday 5th May
24 Apr 2022
Pop up cafe and Art Exhibition at the Queen's Head
29 Mar 2022
Parish Council Elections May 2022
29 Mar 2022
KIRKBY MALZEARD AND LAVERTON HISTORY OPEN DAY
28 Mar 2022
Online Zoom meeting on how to help Ukrainians
26 Mar 2022
Ukraine crisis
16 Mar 2022
Mobile Post Office Van
15 Mar 2022
St Patrick's Night Music Session
14 Mar 2022
Coffee, Click and Connect - Sunday 10th April
12 Mar 2022
Pop-up cafe and art exhibition at The Queens
03 Mar 2022
KM Jubilee Festival, 2nd - 5th June
25 Feb 2022  -  Pri: 03/03/3033
Crocus Walk 2022
22 Feb 2022
Pre-School AGM
15 Feb 2022
Informal briefing with David Kerfoot CBE, Founder member of Local Enterprise Partnership, Yorkshire.
30 Jan 2022
LONGSWORD DANCERS - BOXING DAY
23 Dec 2021
XMAS and NEW YEAR WASTE/RECYCLING COLLECTION DATES
16 Dec 2021
KIRKBY XMAS TRAIL - Motorcycle Charity Event
14 Dec 2021
QUEENS HEAD XMAS QUIZ
12 Dec 2021
CHRISTMAS WINDOW COMPETITION - RESULTS!
29 Nov 2021
Quiz Night at Masham
29 Nov 2021
Church Wall new planning application
26 Nov 2021
Dallowgill Christmas Concert
18 Nov 2021
STREET SWEEPER DUE FRIDAY
15 Nov 2021
Order Christmas turkeys by 27th November at Highside Butchers
10 Nov 2021
Christmas Fair 2021
10 Nov 2021
Music Nights
The Secretary.
30 Sep 2021
Public Inquiry into Arrowfield footpath
12 Sep 2021
Rose Lea Fund Raising Day
07 Sep 2021
DEFIBRILLATOR TRAINING
02 Sep 2021
Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Consultation
26 Aug 2021
Road works around Kirkby Malzeard
06 Aug 2021


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What can we do from Monday 8th March?

07 Mar 2021

 Government advice on what will change from Monday 8th March:

From 8 March, some of the rules on what you can and cannot do will be changing:

  • you will be allowed to spend time in outdoor public spaces for recreation on your own, with one other person, or with your household or support bubble. This means you can sit down for a drink or picnic. You must continue to maintain social distance from those outside your household. This is in addition to outdoor exercise, which is already permitted
  • pupils and students in all schools and Further Education settings will be able to return to face-to-face education
  • wraparound childcare can reopen and other children’s activities can restart for all children where it is needed to enable parents to work, attend education, seek medical care or attend a support group. Vulnerable children can attend childcare and other children’s activities in all circumstances
  • students on practical Higher Education courses at English universities who have not already returned and would be unable to complete their courses if they did not return to take part in practical teaching, access specialist facilities or complete assessments will be able to return
  • there will continue to be restrictions on international travel. Holidays will not be a permitted reason to travel
  • those seeking to leave the UK must complete an outbound declaration of travel form ahead of departure
  • the rules on visiting care homes will change to allow regular indoor visits for a single named visitor

No further significant changes will be made on 8 March and restrictions requiring you to stay at home will remain in place. Later changes, including from 29 March, are set out in the roadmap.


The Clinically Extremely Vulnerable are advised not to attend work, school or education until 31 March.

You can read all the lockdown guidance here:  
www.gov.uk/guidance/national-lockdown-stay-at-home


 

 
 

 

 
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