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Coronavirus Updates 2020
Work will shortly begin on a development that will provide 23 new Council houses at Hayes Road in Barry
Cllr Neil Moore sends a message to residents as firebreak lockdown begins
The Improvement Plan (Part 2) reports the Vale of Glamorgan Council's progress in achieving the Well-being Objectives set the previous year.
The Dinas Powys Art Group will be hosting an Art in Lockdown Trail for local resident from Saturday, 24 October to Sunday, 01 November.
Cllr Neil Moore urges residents to stay home and stay safe following fire-break lockdown announcement
FOUR Vale of Glamorgan Council staff have been awarded British Empire Medals for their efforts during the coronavirus pandemic
The Vale of Glamorgan Council's new source-separated recycling system is being introduced to Barry from the week beginning Monday, October 19
High street traders across the Vale of Glamorgan say they "need shoppers now more than ever" after local lockdown measures were imposed.
The Western Shelter at Barry Island will be illuminated in pink and blue lights from 9 to 15 October to support Baby Loss Awareness Week
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has introduced a new parking payment service to five sites around the County
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is asking for people's views on proposals to introduce resident parking controls at six hotspots around the County.
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council's new camera car has identified more than 200 vehicles parked incorrectly during its first three weeks of operation.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council will light Hood Road Tunnel in the pan-African colours of red, yellow and green to mark Black History Month
THE Vale of Glamorgan Mayor's Foundation Grant Fund is inviting applications from Community Groups, the Voluntary Sector and not for profit organisations