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Ryedale District Council launches campaign to help businesses welcome back citizens and visitors safely
Ryedale District Council is launching a ‘Welcome Back to Ryedale’ campaign to remind citizens to explore, enjoy and support local businesses that have reopened safely.
Ryedale District Council is helping its businesses reopen safely from 12 April 2021 with a range of measures put in place to reassure visitors and citizens as they return to the market towns.
Ryedale District Council is getting the latest round of business grants out the door as quickly as possible to help businesses in need this Christmas.
Ryedale District Council is offering all of its car parking permit holders a festive extension to their paid permits.
The news comes off the back of the announcement that all Ryedale District Council car parks are now free until 31 March 2021.
Businesses in Ryedale severely affected by the second national lockdown could be thrown a lifeline with a new grant launched by the District Council.
Ryedale District Council is urging eligible businesses to apply for financial support if they’ve had to close their doors for the COVID-19 national lockdown.
Ryedale District Council is launching a new £1.1 million small business grant scheme, to help businesses who previously missed out on Government support through COVID-19.
Ryedale District Council is reintroducing charges on all of its car parks this weekend, as the COVID-19 lockdown gradually lifts.
Ryedale District Council is reopening Pickering and Helmsley outdoor markets from 8 June, with social distancing measures in place.
Ryedale District Council has awarded its first-wave of emergency grants to grass-roots voluntary and community organisations in Ryedale to ensure that their vital work can continue during COVID-19.
Ryedale District Council is offering a free ‘back to business pack’ to small businesses, to help them re-open their doors safely to citizens and visitors next month.
Ryedale District Council is launching a series of newsletters to help citizens stay connected through the COVID-19 pandemic.