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Children across Caerphilly county borough have been enjoying very special digital story sessions, which are a huge hit.
The team responsible for regenerating communities in the Caerphilly county borough has been continuing to support those in need through the Coronavirus outbreak.
Caerphilly County Borough Childcare hubs will remain open over the Easter holidays to look after children of essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Caerphilly county borough council has approved £5.5million in emergency coronavirus business grants to date, meaning that as of Monday morning (6th April), 452 local businesses have received the green light for this much needed funding in these unprecedented times.
Businesses that are allowed to open during the coronavirus outbreak must ensure that customers are safely spaced apart, after new laws were passed by the Welsh Government.
​10 year old Freya is just one of the hundreds of pupils who have started to write letters to residents of local care homes amidst the Covid-19 lockdown.