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Supporting you during the Covid-19 outbreak
The following pages are extracts taken from the The VoiCE - Autumn/winter edition 2018 (PDF, 4MB). Most content from this PDF document is reproduced below, however additional assistance with document accessibility is available.
Thankfully, we have a low number of people sleeping rough in Cheshire East – but one person sleeping on the streets is still one too many.
To stay well during the winter months, it's important to keep your home heated to at least 18°C.
Providing appropriate mental health 'early help' support services is an important part of what we do.
We're proud to be one of the few councils in the UK to have held a four-year programme of events to mark the centenary of the Armistice.
Cheshire Archives and Local Studies is the archives service for Cheshire.
Working on social care is about providing personal and practical support to help people live their lives.
Did you know that each year more than 2,000 couples choose to marry in Cheshire East through the borough's award-winning registrations service?
It is important to prepare your car for the winter weather and be aware of the change in road conditions. Cold weather can cause problems with your vehicle, so do some simple checks before driving.