Councils across Merseyside are set to receive a further £17.3 million from the Government, as part of the new £600 million Infection Control Fund to tackle the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in care homes.
Children with special educational needs and disabilities in Wirral could benefit from a new Government fund to help with cost of equipment, goods or services - from washing machines and refrigerators to sensory and educational equipment that they might not otherwise be able to afford.
With car use down to levels not seen since 1955, many of Wirral’s roads have seen a dramatic increase in cyclists. The shift has brought fears for residents living on North Parade, Hoylake that the number of cyclists ignoring the one way road is an accident waiting to happen.
Do you know anyone or organisation who can assist Wirral Council to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) for use as part of infection control measures (ICM) by staff providing frontline and key worker services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This might be equipment that is in stock and not being used or you may be able to manufacture equipment as an addition or alternative to your normal stock production. Any offers are most welcome.
Wirral Council are seeking (either on a commercial basis or as donations):
A Wirral Councillor has welcomed the announcement that Wirral University Teaching Hospital, including Arrowe Park Hospital, will benefit from an £83.8 million debt write-off as part of the government’s announcement to scrap £13.4 billion of NHS debt across England.
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