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20th August 2019
100m artwork tells visitors to Barry Island to Bin it!

Visitors to Barry Island today were greeted by a piece of sand art 50 meters tall and 100 meters wide. And it delivered a simple message: Bin it! The message is part of a campaign being rolled out by the Vale of Glamorgan Council to coincide with the August Bank Holiday weekend. Cllr Neil Moore, […]

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20th August 2019
Barry Woman banned from contacting police after more than 950 nuisance emails

A Barry woman who bombarded South Wales Police with more than 950 nuisance emails in a year has been banned from contacting the police save for reporting genuine concerns or emergencies. Rebecca Miles, aged 31, was given a two-year Criminal Behaviour Order at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court yesterday. The conditions of the order state, she must […]

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19th August 2019
War Weekend a roaring success at Barry Tourist Railway

The Barry at War Weekend held at Barry Island Station over the weekend of the 17/18thAugust proved to be a roaring success! The event organized by the Barry War Museum Group and the Barry Tourist Railway attracted many hundreds of people, who enjoyed seeing the many displays telling the important role Barry played in the […]

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19th August 2019
Ludlow names squad for UEFA Women's Euro 2021 qualifiers

Wales manager Jayne Ludlow has named a 22-player squad for the opening matches of her side’s UEFA Women Euro 2021 qualification campaign. Ludlow welcomes back midfield stalwarts Angharad James and Rachel Rowe to face the Faroe Islands and Northern Ireland on 29 August and 3 September respectively. James was rested for Wales’ 1-0 win against […]

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19th August 2019
Enjoy Bohemian Rapsody and The Greatest Showman for Free on Barry Island this weekend

This weekend is the finale of the 2019 Barry Island Weekenders, with two free film screenings taking place on Barry Island Gardens. Cinema By The Sea will wrapping up under spectacular Barry Island Weekenders, which included the Barry Transport Festival and Barry Island Food Festival. On Saturday, visitors can enjoy the Bohemian Rhapsody, the 2018 […]

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16th August 2019
Barry Town kick off season with 3 points

Barry Town United kicked off their first game in the newly named JD Cymru Premier with 3 points in what's being called the Five Mile Lane Derby. Gavin Chesterfields men travelled to a newly promoted Penybont who fought hard in the first half. After a goalless first half, a penalty in the 49th minute put […]

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16th August 2019
Sight loss no barrier to playing rugby

A rugby taster session for blind and partially sighted people living in Wales will be held at Cardiff Arms Park on 21 August. The event, which is organised by the Change Foundation and supported by the Cardiff Blues Community Foundation and UNA Exchange, seeks to bring Visually Impaired (VI) rugby to Wales for the first […]

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16th August 2019
Alun Calls for Cash for Barry Hospital after PM’s Boost for NHS

Alun Cairns MP has called on the Welsh Government to commit cash to Barry Hospital, following the additional funding that Wales will receive as a result of The Prime Minister’s announcement of a £1.8 billion cash injection for the NHS. Wales is due to receive around £110m of extra money through Barnett Formula funding. With […]

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15th August 2019
Transport for Wales welcomes 16-17 Saver railcard

Transport for Wales has welcomed the Secretary of State for Transport’s announcement of the launch of the 16-17 Saver railcard from September 2019 and have committed to providing further discounted fares for young people, starting in January 2020. The new railcard, which has been developed by the Rail Delivery Group, provides a 50% discount on […]

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15th August 2019
Vale of Glamorgan Schools shine in A and AS Level Examinations

The Vale of Glamorgan once again produced an excellent A Level performance, with more than a quarter of students achieving the top two grades. In total, 27.7 per cent of pupils were awarded A* or A grades which is higher than both the regional Central South Consortium and Welsh averages. 76.9 per cent of students […]

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