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A spokesperson for Bradford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust said: “Some of our staff have stayed overnight, or not gone home after a night shift, to make sure we have enough staff to maintain services during this period of extreme bad weather.
“We have staff accommodation at Bradford Royal Infirmary and have made extra rooms and beds available to those staff who have offered to stay on site.
“We are very grateful to our staff for their amazing commitment to patient care and the support they have shown to their colleagues.” Another organised event due to take place this weekend has been cancelled due to the weather.
Queensbury Queens of the Mountain Cycling Club has sent us the following information: Sadly we’ve had to make the very hard decision of postponing Sunday’s International Women’s Day event on the Cow and Calf.
Louise Pickering, 86, said the help and kindness she has received from her neighbours in the village has been "amazing".
Claimants will receive £25 for every seven days of sub-zero temperatures.
People get the Cold Weather Payment if they receive any of the following benefits: Pension Credit; Income Support; income-based Jobseeker's Allowance; income-related Employment and Support Allowance; or Universal Credit.
She said: "The people of Wilsden has been constantly making sure everything is ok with me and my husband, who is in a wheelchair.
"People have fetched us milk and things from our garage, and have just been offering to help and get anything from the shop we might need.They are now confident that the Papadoms restaurant will open its doors in mid-November.