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Coronavirus Updates 2020
Foster Care Fortnight shines light on Vale foster carers work
Senior Council officers had an encouraging meeting with their counterparts in Welsh Government this week to discuss possible funding arrangements to protect up to 200 properties in Dinas Powys from the future effects of flooding.
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council's 21st Century Schools team has triumphed in the Best Procurement Delivery category at this year's Go Awards Wales.
A Penarth man has been ordered to pay back £130,000 after being found guilty of selling unsafe cosmetics, counterfeit goods and jewellery breaching hallmarking requirements.
Penarth Library has reopened on a controlled basis following extensive refurbishment work.
The Annual Delivery Plan sets out the actions that we will undertake over the next twelve months
Residents are being thanked for sharing their views so far on the Vale of Glamorgan Council's Climate Change Challenge Plan
VALE of Glamorgan leisure centres are preparing to reopen in line with the latest easing of Welsh Government coronavirus restrictions.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council's Art Central Gallery reopened on April 26 with a display of over 90 exhibits by the Women's Arts Association Wales (WAAW).
A horse trader and breeder has been convicted of causing unnecessary suffering to horses and sheep following a successful prosecution by the Vale of Glamorgan Council
Twenty-two properties in Sully are set to undergo flood protection work after the Vale of Glamorgan Council secured almost £150,000 of Welsh Government funding.
Residents now have more time to share their views on the future of Penarth Pier Pavilion after the Council extended its public consultation on the topic.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has recently upgraded to a new wireless guest network across all of its buildings including libraries and residential homes.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is working closely with businesses to keep people safe as non-essential retail reopens
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council has begun accepting applications for the UK Community Renewal Fund, a £220 million scheme to invest in local areas throughout the Country.
The Vale of Glamorgan Events Team are developing a gradual, safe and carefully planned return
Following the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Cllr Jayne Norman, Mayor of the Vale of Glamorgan has issued the following statement.
Non-essential high street traders from across the Vale of Glamorgan have expressed their excitement as they prepare to open their doors from Monday, April 12.
Responses to the Vale of Glamorgan Council's consultation on the future of Penarth Pier Pavilion have been flooding in – and there's still another week for residents to share their views.
On Thursday 6 May residents in the Vale of Glamorgan will go to the polls to have their say on who represents them in the Senedd and as Police and Crime Commissioner.
VISITORS to Vale of Glamorgan resorts are being sent a stern message ahead of the bank holiday weekend: Do not visit if you cannot behave.