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6th July 2020
Ten-year extended jail term for man convicted of sexually assaulting a child

A man who admitted exposing himself to two young girls and possessing indecent images of children, has been jailed for 10 years after he was also convicted of sexually assaulting a child. Jamie Harris, from Dinas Powys in the Vale of Glamorgan, came to the attention of police in March 2019 after a seven-year-old girl, […]

6th July 2020
A million litres of beer dumped into Welsh sewers during lockdown

A million litres of beer dumped into Welsh sewers during lockdown, including 59,016 litres in Barry. Almost a million litres of beer has been dumped into Welsh sewers during the coronavirus lockdown, according to Welsh Water. Lots of beer in pub cellars has gone off since pubs and bars were forced to shut in March. […]

6th July 2020
Improving Patient Safety through better Access to Appropriate Healthcare Professionals in Primary Care - a whole-system approach.

West Quay Medical Centre has announced that it has been shortlisted for Quality Improvement Initiative of the Year at this year’s HSJ Patient Safety Awards, recognising their outstanding contribution to healthcare. Despite the tough competition from hundreds of applicants, West Quay Medical Centre has been shortlisted for its Improving Patient Safety by better Access to […]

6th July 2020
New £500 COVID 19 – Small Grants Scheme for Vale of Glamorgan

Glamorgan Voluntary Services (GVS) has announced a new £500 small grants scheme to support voluntary groups in the Vale, who are actively working in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. The funding has been supported by the Welsh Government and Comic Relief, with GVS administering the small grants scheme. Small grants are available up to a […]

6th July 2020
First Minister asks people to visit Wales safely

As outdoor spaces in Wales prepare to welcome visitors from today, First Minister Mark Drakeford has urged people visiting the countryside, beaches and beauty spots to do so safely. The requirement to stay local will be lifted on Monday 6th July, enabling people to travel in Wales and into Wales. It will also mean outdoor […]

6th July 2020
Be "Beach Safe" Say The RNLI After Return To Welsh Beaches

The RNLI and HM Coastguard have launched a new beach safety campaign in Wales following the RNLI's return to 26 beaches across Wales. The campaign urges parents to protect their families by following key safety advice while visiting the coastline this summer to save lives. In a post on their website regarding the safety campaign, […]

5th July 2020
Dyffryn Gardens Set To Reopen Today

The Vale of Glamorgan's National Trust attraction, Dyffren Gardens, is set to reopen from tomorrow (Monday 6th July) with measures in place to ensure the safety of visitors and staff. Like other reopening public attractions such as Amelia Trust Farm, which is also set to reopen this week, visits to the gardens will have to […]

4th July 2020
Re-opening plans revealed for selected Cadw sites in the Vale of Glamorgan

Wales’s heritage sites have been closed since 18 March but today (04 July), Cadw has announced plans to welcome visitors back to selected unstaffed, outdoor monuments. As of Monday, 06 July, members of the public will be able to safely visit some of Cadw’s 105 unstaffed heritage sites across Wales — including St Quentin’s Castle […]

3rd July 2020
Amelia Trust Farm To Reopen From 7th July

The Amelia Trust Farm have taken to their Facebook account to announce that they will be opening back up to visitors from Tuesday 7th July. The farm have put some changes in place to ensure that they can maintain the safety of visitors, meaning that every adult and child over 12 must buy a ticket […]

3rd July 2020
Stay local to be lifted in Wales from Monday

First Minister Mark Drakeford has confirmed that the requirement to stay local will be lifted from Monday 6 July. At Fridays daily press conference the First Minister confirmed the conditions in Wales allow the requirement to stay local to be removed from Monday. Despite the relaxation, the Welsh Government is reminding everyone about the importance […]

3rd July 2020
Vale Council takes action to prevent mass gatherings at Coastal Resorts and Car Parks

The Vale of Glamorgan Council has taken action to prevent mass gatherings at Coastal Resorts and Car Parks following recent incidents of antisocial behaviour and mass gatherings at Ogmore-by-Sea and Barry Island. In recent weeks he Vale of Glamorgan Council has taken steps in coastal areas over recent weeks to respond to the coronavirus pandemic […]

3rd July 2020
Stay local will be lifted in Wales from Monday

The First Minister will today confirm that conditions will allow the Welsh Government to lift the requirement to stay local and to introduce changes to the regulations to enable families to be reunited once again. In his press conference at 12:30pm today (Friday), the First Minister is expected to say that, while some restrictions are […]

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