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20th October 2019
Bro Radio recognises local musical theatre performers with new awards

Bro Radio and It's Showtime, the stations weekly local music and theatre programme has recognised local musical theatre performers with a series of new awards. The awards were the idea of the It's Showtime presenters Ryan Sutton and Jodana Weekley, who wanted to create a platform to recognise local people who dedicate their time to […]

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17th October 2019
Two in three Welsh mums and dads have not prepared a will

Have you considered what would happen to your children if the worst happened to you? Who would look after them? Have you made arrangements? The charity will-writing campaign Will Aid is urging parents to consider the kids and make a will after research revealed that around two thirds of mums and dads in Wales (65%) […]

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17th October 2019
AM calls on Welsh Government to reconsider involvement with Extinction Rebellion

There have been calls for the Welsh Government to reconsider its involvement with Extinction Rebellion following a morning of protests in London. The calls come after the Welsh Government invited climate change protesters from Extinction Rebellion to a conference in Cardiff which took place yesterday (16th October.) South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has […]

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17th October 2019
Over 80 per cent of people want to see pavement parking banned in Wales

A new report shows that 83 per cent of people in Wales want to see an end to pavement parking. Over 1,000 people responded to a recent survey [1] by Living Streets Cymru, which is calling for a default ban in Wales. Now its report, A Step Towards a Pavement Parking Ban in Wales, also […]

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16th October 2019
Pub threatened with closure receives pub of the year award

A Barry pub which was threatened with closure at the start of 2019, has now been recognised as the Vale's Parliamentary Pub of the Year. In February, the Vale Council called a meeting, attended by Assembly Member Jane Hutt and Vale MP Alun Cairns over the future of the Master Mariner Pub, after Brains Brewery […]

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16th October 2019
Welsh Water opens up sites for 'Golden Ticket' winners

Customers from across Wales and Herefordshire were given a behind-the-scenes peek into how their water company works as part of a competition. Nearly 20 customers took part after entering a "Golden Ticket" competition to be given an access-all-areas tour of Welsh Water's sites, as part of National Customer Service Week. Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water is […]

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15th October 2019
Barry Island turned pink and blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week 2019

The Western Shelter has been illuminated in pink and blue lights from 09 to 15 October to show the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s support for Baby Loss Awareness Week 2019. The annual awareness week, now in its 17th year, is an opportunity for bereaved parents, families and friends, to commemorate babies’ lives and break the […]

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15th October 2019
Vale MP criticised for 'no political canvassers' sticker

Vale of Glamorgan MP and Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns has been criticised for mailing out a sticker to constituents front door warning political canvassers from cold calling. The sticker lists campaigners alongside uninvited traders, charity cold callers and religious groups. Vale of Glamorgan Labour is to complain about the letter, accusing Alun Cairns of trying […]

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15th October 2019
£25.8million new road opens in the Vale

A new £25.8million road to Barry and Cardiff Airport has now officially opened. Work on the A4226 between Sycamore Cross and the A48 and the Weycock Cross roundabout in Barry – known locally as Five Mile Lane – has now been completed. The new road bypasses the winding central section of the old Five Mile […]

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15th October 2019
Barry Island Fireworks Fiesta

Once again with the generous sponsorship of Barry Town Council and the support of the Vale of Glamorgan Council, the Rotary Club of Barry and Barry Round Table are to bring residents an exceptional evening of fun, entertainment and fireworks, as they stage the 46th Annual Fireworks Fiesta on Saturday, 2 November on Barry Island. […]

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