Coronavirus update – Friday 29 October
Latest pandemic guidance
After weeks of a continued rise in new coronavirus cases, infection rates appear to be coming down slightly.
To help keep the virus numbers heading down, please follow the government guidance. Click here for some practical tips on how to prevent the spread.
As ever, If you experience symptoms you must self-isolate and take a test. Click here for a free Covid-19 test.
A booster vaccine dose is still being offered to people most at risk.
If you haven’t been vaccinated at all, you can still find your nearest pop-up vaccination clinic by clicking here.
For the latest updates, please keep an eye on: gov.uk/coronavirus
It’s Halloween on Sunday
We’ve got a terrifying tail about mysterious big cats on Dartmoor. . . myth? or fact? You be the judge.
Read the story by clicking here.
Share your pumpkin pics to win a tasty prize
You have all weekend to send us your pumpkin pictures. You never know, you may win a tasty treat.
Send us a picture of your carved pumpkin and you’ll be entered into our competition to win some sweet treats from The Rise Bakery!
Pictures can be sent to us through Facebook message or emailed to us at email@example.com.
Competition closes at 23:59 on Monday 1 November 2021 and the prize winner will need to be available on Wednesday 10 November to take delivery of their prize. Open to PCH residents only. T&C here: https://bit.ly/3aXtj1f
PCH is officially one of the top 6 in the country!
We made it all the way to the virtual finals of one of the country's top housing awards, which were held earlier this month.
Read all about how we beat hundreds of other housing associations to get to the finals of a glitzy ceremony held at Plumer House.
Click here for the story.
Have your say on walking and cycling routes
A major upgrade to walking and cycling routes in Devonport and St Budeaux could be on the cards.
Plymouth City Council have drawn up plans for two schemes which will create a new link between St Budeaux, Devonport Dockyard and the city centre if it goes ahead.
The city council wants to know what you think and have launched an online survey to get your thoughts. Offer your feedback on the plans via the link below: