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Football matches to resume at Colcot Sports Centre after substantial council investment - 29/11/2021

Football matches to resume at Colcot Sports Centre after substantial council investment

 

Plans to develop a new play area in Penarth - 25/11/2021

The Vale of Glamorgan Council is consulting with residents over plans for a £94,000 upgrade of St.David's park in Penarth.

 

Barry Housing Estate Set For Facelift - 24/11/2021

A Barry housing estate is set for a significant facelift after the Vale of Glamorgan Council announced plans for a range of improvements.

 

Statement on Albert Road Surgery in Penarth - 19/11/2021

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (UHB) and the Vale of Glamorgan Council are committed to working together to find short and longer-term solutions for patients of Albert Road Surgery in Penarth.

 

Vale of Glamorgan Council unveils initial budget proposals - 18/11/2021

The Vale of Glamorgan Council has spelled out the stark financial position it is facing following a decade of austerity and the significant impact of Covid-19.

 

Talk on teenage suicide forms part of National Safeguarding Week - 11/11/2021

The Founder of The Jacob Abraham Foundation will be giving a talk on teenage suicide as part of National Safeguarding Week.

 

Vale of Glamorgan Council to host Armistice Day Service - 10/11/2021

The annual Armistice Day wreath laying ceremony, to be held on the Civic Office forecourt in Barry, will be live-streamed via the Council's social media channels.

 

St Athan man prosecuted for attempting to block mobile home sale - 08/11/2021

A St Athan man has been ordered to pay £12,000 for deliberately trying to prevent the sale of a mobile home following a prosecution by the Vale of Glamorgan Council.

 

Council warns against Bonfire Night fly-tipping - 04/11/2021

The Vale of Glamorgan Council has warned residents and event organisers not to use Bonfire Night as an excuse to dump rubbish.

 

Council explores the possibility of St Athan railway station - 02/11/2021

The Vale of Glamorgan Council has commissioned a consultancy firm to investigate the possibility of creating a railway station in St Athan.