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The Vale of Glamorgan Council has warned residents that parks and open spaces will be forced to close again if visitors continue to break rules regarding their use.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council's Household Waste and Recycling Centres (HWRCs) are due to re-open from Tuesday 26 May 2020 by appointment only.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is set to allow limited access to parks and country parks for local residents to exercise following the small adjustments to coronavirus restrictions recently announced by Welsh Government
Email scam offers a council tax refund in order to obtain payment details from residents.
The First Minister outlined a sensibly cautious approach for the next phase of the response to the Covid-19 pandemic here in Wales on Friday and this is one that we welcome in the Vale of Glamorgan.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is encouraging residents to celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day at home by taking part in a number of activities to mark the occasion.
Vale of Glamorgan Council project manager Matt Curtis has swapped strategic planning for social care after answering the call to support frontline services during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Significant progress is being made on the Vale of Glamorgan's latest major regeneration project, with elements of the £9 million Goods Shed redevelopment set to open next month
Here are some handy ideas to help you host your own VE Day celebrations during the lockdown.
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council is paying tribute to the staff working in extremely challenging circumstances during the coronavirus crisis.
Small grants scheme to help voluntary groups in the Vale of Glamorgan who are actively working in response to the COVID 19 outbreak.
The construction of a brand new school for Pencoedtre High School is about to begin as part of a £34.7 million investment by the Vale of Glamorgan Council and Welsh Government.
Vale of Glamorgan libraries have expanded the online services available during the Coronavirus outbreak following a £100,000 investment, while the Council is also operating a host of digital classes.