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The Vale of Glamorgan Council is committed to securing the future of Penarth Pier Pavilion as a community facility
Five tennis court sized forests are being established by Keep Wales Tidy
The Vale of Glamorgan Mayor's Foundation Grant Fund is inviting applications from Community Groups, the Voluntary Sector and not for profit organisations.
PLANS to convert the old public conveniences on Nell's Point into a restaurant complex have moved a step closer after the Vale of Glamorgan Council entered a lease arrangement with developers Next Colour
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council is celebrating diversity with a special event hosted by our Libraries Service to mark LGBT History Month
The Vale of Glamorgan Council's National Exercise Referral Service (NERS) team organised a virtual Great Wall of China walking challenge for service users.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council's Cabinet has approved plans for a new £4.5 million building that will accommodate some of the County's most vulnerable learners.
A new 20 mph limit will be introduced to St Brides Major after the Vale of Glamorgan Council was successful in securing more than £100,000 of Welsh Government funding.
Cliff Hill road and Esplanade to close daily from its junction with Marine Parade to junction Bridgeman Road to allow for resurfacing works
The Vale of Glamorgan Public Services Board partners have launched a new Charter that details their commitment to addressing the Climate Emergency together.
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board is opening the Vale of Glamorgan's first Mass Vaccination Centre today in Barry
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is organising a range of events to help residents' wellbeing during lockdown.
A Welsh Government Emergency Hardship Fund has become available for residents whose property was affected by flooding towards the end of December.
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council will shortly begin installing 125 energy-saving LED lanterns to Penarth's Victorian-style lampposts as part of a wider rollout across the County.
Working parents of children aged three to four are being invited to apply to the Welsh Government's 30 hour childcare offer.