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The latest information from Bristol Airport can be found here:

https://www.bristolairport.co.uk/covid- ... LO,R5ESH,1
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And here some advice from Royal Mail:

https://www.royalmail.com/coronavirus?f ... aHapM-G_Y0
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Citizens Advice - service closure


Dear All,

I apologise for the general email but I need to get this information out as
quickly as possible. I will also be in contact with our funders separately
to talk about specific aspects of our service.

Today, as a consequence of the Coronavirus, we have taken the very difficult
decision to close all our face-to-face advice services with immediate
effect. Instead we will be delivering a telephone, email, webchat (Help to
Claim) and skype advice service which will start from tomorrow, Thursday
18th March 2020. I have attached a poster with all our contact details and
I would be grateful if you could share this with your networks and if
possible to print it out and place it in prominent places so that people in
your area will know how to contact us.

There may be a slight disruption as we transition into a remote service but
please be assured we are doing all we can to ensure we to deliver a
comprehensive advice service for the residents of North Somerset, albeit
remotely.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your support at
this difficult time.

With all good wishes,


Fiona

Fiona Cope ~ Chief Officer
Citizens Advice North Somerset



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A message from the Police and Crime Commissioner can be found here:

https://www.avonandsomerset-pcc.gov.uk/ ... ovdelivery



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Dear Customer,

We are sorry to have to inform you that Midnight Train to Georgia at the Redgrave Theatre on Saturday 21st March 2020 has been postponed and rescheduled for Saturday 12th September 2020. We apologise for the short notice.

In common with other charities and arts institutions, the Redgrave Theatre finds itself in a vulnerable position. Your tickets will be automatically transferred to the new date, and we ask customers to consider crediting their account should they not be able to attend the rescheduled show.

Please contact the box office on 0117 3157 800 if you would like to receive a refund or credit on your account. We will be offering credit or a full refund until 18th April.

Thank you,

Redgrave Theatre Management



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A message from British Gas:

Hello,

Here to keep you safe

The coronavirus outbreak impacts us all and we wanted to let you know what we’re doing to support our customers across the UK.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be working hard to prioritise emergencies and put the needs of our most vulnerable customers first – no matter what.
<<Read our FAQs>> button
Like all businesses, we’re going to have to change the way we work for a while to protect the health and wellbeing of everyone – which may include cancelling non-essential engineer appointments.
Visit our Covid-19 FAQs page for the latest information from us – we’ll be updating it regularly and we’ll cover topics like:
- Engineer availability for all appointments in your area
- How we’re protecting our customers and engineers
- How to top-up your prepay meters when you’re in self-isolation
- How to contact us during this difficult time

Remember, you can do things like submit meter readings, pay bills, top up your smart meter and live chat with us online or on the app <<Access your account>>
Finally, we hope you don’t mind us asking you not to call us unless it’s an emergency – it’ll help us answer the phone faster to the customers who really need us right now.

Thanks for understanding,

Your British Gas team



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Some ideas from the CPRE:




Dear Members

This is the time of the month when I’d usually send you an update on our campaigns and the latest news affecting the countryside.

But I thought I’d instead share with you a few ideas for how you can stay connected with the countryside, nature and our CPRE community in these challenging times.

And while we all love being out in our wonderful landscapes, especially as it bursts into spring bloom, the best thing we can do right now is stay at home and look after those close to us.

So here are a few ways to stay connected to the countryside and each other, and to keep you occupied at home.

We’re sharing all of these, and more, on our social media accounts, so make sure you’re following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.




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Countryside connections







Lockdown across the UK is keeping many of us away from the outdoors. But we know that a connection to nature is vital for our wellbeing.

From wildlife-watching from your window to sowing seeds in your garden, here are 10 simple ways to maintain that crucial connection with the countryside that we need.

Why not let us know your favourite?




Our top ten tips


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Sounds of tranquillity







The calming power of nature can help us through this difficult time. But what if you can't get outside? We're bringing the sounds of the countryside to you.

Back in 2006 we worked on a project with the Wildlife Recording Society to record the sounds, melodies and tunes of our countryside, from birdsong to waterfalls. We’ve put them together in a calming video for you all to enjoy.

Turn your sound up, and listen to the birds chirping, the rivers running and the insects buzzing, in our sounds of tranquillity.




Watch on Facebook


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Countryside reads







We’re all finding ourselves spending more time at home at the moment. For now, then, we might need to settle for using our imaginations to connect with the countryside.

To help with this, we've rounded up some of our staff's favourite books that help to bring the outdoors in.

From the diary of a changing woodland to celebration of our ancient paths, there's something for everyone.

So put the kettle on, settle in and get ready to visit the countryside from your armchair.




Best countryside reads

Thanks for everything you do to support the countryside. We wish you, your family and friends all the best over the coming weeks and months.

Calum McGregor

Digital Engagement Officer



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Donate now






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This info from the Citizen's Advice Bureau actually came in March already (my apologies):

Today, as a consequence of the Coronavirus, we have taken the very difficult
decision to close all our face-to-face advice services with immediate
effect. Instead we will be delivering a telephone, email, webchat (Help to
Claim) and skype advice service which will start from tomorrow, Thursday
18th March 2020. I have attached a poster with all our contact details and
I would be grateful if you could share this with your networks and if
possible to print it out and place it in prominent places so that people in
your area will know how to contact us.

There may be a slight disruption as we transition into a remote service but
please be assured we are doing all we can to ensure we to deliver a
comprehensive advice service for the residents of North Somerset, albeit
remotely.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your support at
this difficult time.

With all good wishes,

Fiona



Fiona Cope ~ Chief Officer

Citizens Advice North Somerset
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More info from Bristol Airport:

I hope you and your family are staying safe and well.

As you’ll have seen over the past few months, Europe and the rest of the world have worked together to keep one another safe. Thanks to the incredible efforts of millions, the continent is slowly beginning to reopen.

At easyJet, we know Europe better than anyone else. We’ve been connecting people and places for over 25 years, and we’re always committed to helping you feel safe to travel on our flights and holiday packages.

That’s why today, in light of COVID-19, we’re launching our ‘Europe with Confidence Pledge’. A promise to you, our customers, that we’ll look out for your wellbeing, reaffirm our commitment on sustainability, and continue to offer great value.

WELLBEING

As always, your safety and wellbeing is our utmost priority, so we’re going to be introducing new measures to help keep you safe. Our teams will be conducting additional deep cleaning and disinfection of our aircraft every day, and all of our passengers and crew will be required to wear masks at all times.

In addition, as we start up, we’ll be distributing passengers across the aircraft where possible, and we’ll be removing our onboard Bistro service for the time being.

We’re introducing all of these measures to help keep you safe, and everything we're doing is based on the latest government, EASA and ICAO Public Health guidance. Of course, all our aircraft are equipped with industry-leading filtration systems to keep the air you breathe in the cabin as clean as possible. These filters are the same as those used in hospitals and through them the cabin air gets replaced every 3-4 minutes. You can find out a little more about our measures here.

SUSTAINABILITY

Even though the way we operate will look different for a while, we will not be compromising on the promises we have made around the environment. We recognise that we have a responsibility to minimise the impact of our flights and are focused on operating efficiently now, and on the development of electric aircraft in the future. In the interim, we continue to offset the carbon emissions from the fuel used for all of our flights on behalf of our customers, and we’re proud to be the first major airline in the world to do so.

VALUE

We believe everyone should have the opportunity to travel, so for years we’ve been proud to offer our customers great value fares. And as people begin to reconnect with destinations they’ve missed, we promise to continue that commitment.

As ever, booking early tends to give you better prices. However, we do understand booking right now may feel uncertain, so we’d like to give you peace of mind when you do. You’ll be able to switch your flights up to 14 days before departure without a change fee for as long as travel restrictions remain.

Plus, all our easyJet holiday packages remain ATOL protected, and if the authorities happen to halt travel to your destination before your flight, we’ll inform you as soon as we can with the next steps.

It’s in our nature to travel. And while travelling as you used to may feel a little different for a while, rest assured that we’re doing absolutely everything that we can to let you explore Europe with confidence.


Johan Lundgren
CEO, easyJet



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