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The government has confirmed families who wish to keep their children at home rather than send them back to reopening schools will face no penalty.
One of the hardest parts of the social distancing measures are the families who have been forced to spend extended periods of time apart.
The communities secretary has urged the public to support local media as the industry finds itself under "significant financial pressure".
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Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust recommends starting the day with nature's symphony at least once this spring.
A trouble-hit model railway club will use technology to share its exhibits, including an amazing Euston Station layout.
Producers have announced a series of new and hastily-commissioned children's programmes, including Dr Ranj.
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