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Child protection scotland - keeping kids safe in lockdown

Keeping Moray’s children safe during lockdown

With schools continuing with remote learning into at least the middle of February residents in Moray are being reminded to keep an eye out for each other, particularly families who may be struggling to cope with this lockdown.

Hospitality businesses

Top-up payment deadline for Moray businesses affected by lockdown

Eligible Moray businesses have until 5 February 2021 to apply for a top-up grant from the Strategic Framework Business Fund (SFBF).

Linkwood Primary School Head Teacher Fiona Stevenson with P3 pupil William Forbes and P2 pupil Louise Buchan

New Linkwood Primary School opens

Elgin's newest school, £12.8 million Linkwood Primary, opened its doors this morning.

Moray Pathways mentor Roberta Walker with mentee Aaliyah

Mentors sought to support young people in Moray

The Mentoring Young Talent Programme supports young people aged 12-24-years to discover and develop their talents increasing future employment options.

Dufftown landslip

Dufftown landslip closes road

YESTERDAY (13 January) a landslip occurred on council-owned land between Church Street and Low Road in Dufftown.

William Blake and Mark Newlands from Moray Council's roads maintenance section

Bags of grit for community use to reduce burden on NHS

MORAY Council is providing additional bags of grit for community use in an attempt to reduce the burden on the NHS this winter.

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Families asked for views on 'transitions to adulthood' policy

FAMILIES in Moray are being asked their thoughts on a new policy to support their children’s future.

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Fitlife? memberships suspended for duration of lockdown

Members of Moray Council’s Fitlife? leisure scheme will have direct debits automatically suspended until facilities re-open.

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Trading standards warning for Covid-19 vaccine scam

Residents across the North-east were today being warned about a dangerous scam related to the Covid-19 vaccine.

6 Jan 2021

Changes to council services 'inevitable' during lockdown, says Moray Council's Chief Executive

FURTHER changes to Moray Council services are inevitable in light of the latest lockdown measures, its Chief Executive has warned.

Update to council services 5 January 2021

Keyworker childcare applications re-open in Moray

Keyworkers in Moray are able to apply for childcare places until Midnight on 6 January 2021.

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Moray Council service changes as area moves to Level 4 restrictions on 26 December

Moray Council has set out upcoming changes to services in light of the Scottish Government's announcement that the area will move to Protection Level 4 on 26 December.