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Library buildings set to reopen on a controlled basis - 07/08/2020

Vale of Glamorgan Council library buildings in Barry, Cowbridge and Llantwit Major are preparing to reopen on a controlled basis from Monday.

 

Art Central to host Cardiff and Vale College Exhibition for thirteenth year running - 05/08/2020

A virtual exhibition of the students' end-of-year work will be held at Art Central, the Vale of Glamorgan Council's renowned art gallery.

 

Council raises awareness of older persons entitlements - 04/08/2020

THE Vale of Glamorgan Council is reminding older people of the financial entitlements available to them.

 

Vale of Glamorgan residents urged to make sure they are registered to vote - 04/08/2020

The Vale of Glamorgan Council is urging residents to check their voter registration details are correct so they can take part in up-coming elections.

 

Digital Eyes Trained on Problem Parkers - 04/08/2020

A Civil Parking Enforcement Camera Car will soon be patrolling the streets of the Vale of Glamorgan to assist the Council's Enforcement Officers in dealing with dangerous parking.

 


July 2020


Vale of Glamorgan Council introduces Public Space Protection Orders at six locations - 29/07/2020

The Vale of Glamorgan Council has moved to clamp down on antisocial behaviour and mass gatherings, linked to excessive alcohol consumption by proposing the introduction of Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) at a number of new locations across the County.

 

Vale of Glamorgan Council tackles problem parking - 28/07/2020

The Vale of Glamorgan Council has agreed new measures to address the issue of problem parking in six hotspots.

 

Volunteers invited to seek out the dragons of Porthkerry - 28/07/2020

Our Country Parks team are inviting volunteers to take part in a new project funded by Welsh Government

 

Young Vale Rights Ambassadors celebrate from doorsteps - 28/07/2020

35 young people from across the Vale were recently awarded their Agored Cymru certifications, which were presented by the Vale of Glamorgan Council's Youth Service and the Ambassadors Rights project.

 

Ffordd Penrhyn, Barry - 24/07/2020

Council statement on Ffordd Penrhyn in Barry

 

Vale of Glamorgan Council writes to licensed businesses on Penarth Esplanade - 24/07/2020

The Vale of Glamorgan Council has written to licenced premises around Penarth Esplanade asking for their support in tackling issues relating to excessive alcohol consumption

 

Work on Highlight Park completed as play areas open again - 24/07/2020

With play areas open again, children in Barry can explore a sparkling new facility thanks to a £70,000 investment by Vale of Glamorgan Council

 

Statement from the Vale of Glamorgan Council - 20/07/2020

Cllr Neil Moore, Leader of the Vale of Glamorgan Council, said: "I welcome the news that an agreement to locate the new Britishvolt factory in St Athan has moved a step closer

 

Work on community building at Cemetery Approach completeted - 17/07/2020

Construction of a new community building has been completed in the latest stage of redevelopment work at Cemetery Approach, jointly funded by Barry Town Council and the Vale of Glamorgan Council.

 

Vale of Glamorgan Council writes to licensed businesses on Barry Island - 10/07/2020

The Vale of Glamorgan Council has written to businesses selling alcohol around Barry Island reminding them of their role in the continuing success of the family-focussed resort

 

Statement on Outdoor Licenses - 10/07/2020

Information for pubs, bars, cafés and restaurants regarding outdoor licenses for drinking/eating in Wales.

 

Stay Safe Online - 09/07/2020

A few simple steps can help older people to protect themselves from online crime and scams

 

Update on the expansion of Ysgol Sant Baruc - 07/07/2020

The Council's Cabinet formally agreed the proposal to provide additional school places to meet the future demand for Welsh Medium education by expanding Ysgol Sant Baruc from 210 places to 420 places from September 2021 on 29 July 2019.

 

Vale of Glamorgan Council takes action to prevent unacceptable mass gatherings at coastal resorts and car parks - 03/07/2020

The Vale of Glamorgan Council has taken many steps in coastal areas over recent weeks to respond to the coronavirus pandemic and protect the public from the spread of the virus. However, the easing of lockdown has seen a significant increase in visitors to the Vale of Glamorgan's coastal locations.