Month: December 2020

NORTH YORKSHIRE MOVES INTO TIER 3 FROM 31ST DECEMBER

From 00:01 on 31st December, North Yorkshire and York moved into tier 3. For information on tier 3 restrictions please visit the .GOV.UK website. We are still awaiting more information about library regulations and whether browsing is allowed. Click and collect is still available as is booking computer time. We are still operating our community transport …

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We won! Our wonderful volunteer drivers, worthy winners at JPI Media “Big Thank You” Awards

At a live, Yorkshire-wide, on line awards ceremony on Friday 11th December, our team of volunteer drivers were one of the 10 winners of the “Big thank You” Awards, announced by Harry Gration! (Sandra Walker is pictured above receiving the award on line from Harry Gration.) The awards have been set up by the Yorkshire-wide …

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How to help people connect with friends and family this Christmas

At Nidd Plus, we are planning how to recruit digital connectors–people who can help people who are digitally excluded get on line. We hope to roll the programme out early in January. But for anyone who is interested in helping people connect with friends and family this Christmas, there is a new Connect@Xmas initiative. This …

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We are open to the public again and look forward to seeing you!

The second lockdown is now behind us, though we remain in tier 2 with significant restrictions in place. We opened our doors to the public for browsing in the library and tourist information yesterday–a great relief after 4 weeks of lockdown (though we were here throughout, delivering services)! Please do call in from 10am-4pm Monday-Friday, …

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Making a ‘bubble’ at Christmas with friends and family

The government is changing some social contact restrictions for a short period of time over Christmas. When following these new rules, we must continue to be minded to limit the spread of the virus and protect our loved ones, particularly if they are vulnerable. For many, this will mean that it isn’t possible to celebrate Christmas …

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