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How to view property safely

Property viewings, in England have resumed bringing relief to home-movers around the country.

However, your health and safety remains a top concern at this time. Rightmove have created a set of simple guidelines, based on the new government guidance, to reassure you when going on property viewings or allowing others into your home for viewings.

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Wales Nature Week 2020

Gardens, large and small are fantastic places for all kinds of plants and animals. Wales Nature Week is all about nature in our gardens and the fun started on Saturday, with events running until Sunday 7th June. Share your encounters with the amazing variety of birds, native plants, bees and bugs that share your garden. You may be lucky enough to have a

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Property market regaining health as home sellers rush to relist & progress

Newly released figures from GetAgent on propertyreporter.co.uk this morning have revealed a number of positive trends across the UK property market including a return of industry confidence. According to the data, just 22% of home sellers are now extremely concerned about the impact of COVID-19 on their sale; down from 33% in April. In addition, just 16% of buyers state

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Feeling the squeeze?

If lockdown’s had you yearning for more room for your files, computer and work paraphernalia, Inna Hart of IH Interiors has some ideas for creating a cosy, private office space…

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Monmouthshire County Council encourages businesses to apply for grants

12th May 2020 As part of its ongoing analysis, Monmouthshire County Council is aware that over 700 businesses are yet to apply for the COVID-19 Business Support Grants. The grants, which are being administered by the council are not a loan, and won’t be issued automatically. There is £10,000 available (for business premises with a rateable value of up to

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Victory in Europe Day

By Catherine Rose The 8th May is the diamond anniversary of Victory in Europe Day. Following six years of suffering under Nazi terror, the liberation was summed up by the words of wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill when he said: “My dear friends, this is your hour”. Even the young Queen joined the exultant crowds. This seventy-fifth anniversary marks the