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Children in Perth and Kinross will start returning to school on 12 August with full-time re-opening scheduled for 17 August.
Perth & Kinross Council is looking forward to welcoming back our children and young people to their schools from the start of the new term in August.
Perth & Kinross City Council has set up a £20,000 fly-tipping fund to help clean up illegally dumped waste.
Pipe Major of Perth and District Pipe Band Alistair Duthie paid tribute to the thousands of Scots killed or captured during "the forgotten Dunkirk" at St Valery-en-Caux in France 80- years ago today. This included many hundreds of men from Perth and Perthshire.
The families of many Perth and Kinross children will continue to receive payments for Free School Meals during the summer holidays.
School inspectors have praised Fairview School and Nursery in Perth for the quality of its teaching and success in raising pupils' attainment.
Recycling centres in Perth and Kinross will begin accepting garden and bulky waste material from Thursday 4 June.
Local residents will play a key role in helping Perth and Kinross emerge stronger from the Coronavirus crisis, the Council's Chief Executive has said.
Perth & Kinross Council is doing its part to help local key workers to get into work as normal where reductions in public transport provision during the current coronavirus pandemic have had an impact.
Applications for financial support for newly self-employed workers in Perth and Kinross affected by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic are now open.
In response to the current coronavirus pandemic, Perth & Kinross Council has recently introduced an option to allow families bidding their final farewell to loved ones to do so safely and while observing physical distancing.
£20 million has been paid out to date in crisis grants to Perth and Kinross businesses during the current coronavirus lockdown.
Elected members have expressed their thanks to communities around Perth and Kinross for volunteering to support others in need, and for taking on board the national advice to stay home, and observe social distancing if they need to go out, during the current Coronavirus outbreak.
Perth & Kinross Council put in all necessary preparations at the outset of lockdown to support vulnerable people in its communities. The Council was therefore well prepared for the new national helpline number for Coronavirus support. The helpline was announced by the Scottish Government yesterday and the Council started taking calls immediately, though it did not officially open until today (14 April).
Elected members at Perth & Kinross Council would like to thank staff for their hard work in tackling the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak.
Parking Attendants and other Perth & Kinross Council staff are taking on new roles delivering medicine and food to vulnerable residents in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Council Chief Executive Karen Reid describes how communities, businesses and the Council are working together to tackle Coronavirus.
Perth & Kinross Council has begun formally testing lower speed limits in five locations around the Council area from Wednesday 4 March 2020.