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Pupils from Albert Road primary recently took part in a mono-printing workshop with local artists, focusing on the town's rich history and how it has changed over the centuries.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has unveiled new proposals regarding car parking in the Vale after carefully considering residents' views on the matter.
Pupils from Jenner Park and St Cyres schools were recently joined by the leader and deputy leader of the Vale of Glamorgan Council for a workshop hosted in partnership with the charity, Show Racism the Red Card.
St Joseph's Primary School has been working closely with Welsh Government on the creation of the new curriculum framework, soon to be rolled out in primary schools nationwide.
Refurbishment works to create a modern open plan changing village at Penarth Leisure Centre has now been completed.
UK-wide public information campaign has been launched to advise the public on how to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Work has begun on a new multi-use games area at King George V Playing Fields in Llandough following an £85,000 investment.
Vale of Glamorgan Council employee, Jackie Moon, has been nominated for the We Care Wales award for Outstanding Services.
27 play parks in the Vale will benefit from additional grass cutting during the winter, thanks to a Community Benefit agreement with the Vale of Glamorgan Council's grass-cutting contractors.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council invite you to register your interest to purchase an annual pass for one of Barry Island's renowned beach huts.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council commemorated Holocaust Memorial Day with a special event at Art Central, which is housing an interactive exhibition of historic information and art works on the subject.