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27th February 2021
Groups Invited To Apply For Mayor's Foundation Grant

The Vale of Glamorgan Mayor, Cllr Jayne Norman is inviting community groups in the county to apply for grants of between £100 and £250. The Vale Mayor's grant fund is open to community groups, the voluntary sector and not-for-profit organisations in the area. A post on the Vale Council's website says that applications are encouraged […]

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27th February 2021
One Million Vaccine Doses Delievered In Wales

One million doses of the coronavirus vaccine have now been administered in Wales, with more than one in three of the population having had at least their first jab. As of today, (Saturday 27th February), 916,336 people - over 38% of Wales' adult population - have received at least one dose. This combined with the 89,053 of second […]

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27th February 2021
Police continue to enforce Covid-19 restrictions at Vale resorts

South Wales Police and the Vale of Glamorgan Council are continuing to enforce Covid-19 restrictions at resorts, during a dry and sunny weekend in the County. Wales continues to remain in Alert level 4 Lockdown restrictions, despite First Minister Mark Drakeford telling Bro Radio that they could be eased, to be replaced with a stay […]

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27th February 2021
Tenovus Cancer Care To Hold St David's Day Singalong

Tenovus, the Cancer care charity, will be holding a virtual St David's Day singalong session beginning at 1pm on their Facebook page. In a post on their Facebook page, the charity explained that the event is free to watch, though donations are welcome and that they are holding it at lunchtime to avoid any clashes […]

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27th February 2021
Stay At Home Restrictions Set To Ease Says Drakeford

In an interview with Bro Radio, First Minister Mark Drakeford expressed his hope that the next three weeks should be the last under the "Stay At Home" restrictions. People in Wales have lived under stay-at-home restrictions since just before Christmas, with Alert Level 4 being declared in the country on the 19th of December. Speaking […]

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26th February 2021
Vale's 14-17-Year-Olds Encouraged To Register To Vote With Prize Draw

14-17-Year-Olds in the Vale are being encouraged to register to vote in the upcoming Senedd elections with the potential of winning an IPad if they do so. So far, 1,104 14 & 15-year-olds and 1,772 16 & 17-year-olds have registered to vote in the Vale of Glamorgan, but the Vale Council is ramping up the interest […]

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26th February 2021
Vale Council take over operation of Penarth Pier Pavilion

The Vale of Glamorgan Council is committed to securing the future of Penarth Pier Pavilion as a community facility following the news that Penarth Arts & Crafts Ltd (PACL) have surrendered the lease on the building. Prior to Christmas, the Vale of Glamorgan Council instigated and led discussions with PACL and National Lottery organisations to […]

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26th February 2021
Wizz air postpones Cardiff Airport launch due to coronavirus restrictions

Wizz Air, which was due to launch Cardiff Airport in March, has now postponed its launch until mid-May due to ongoing coronavirus restrictions. The company announced in December, that it would create a permanent base at Cardiff Airport, providing flights to destinations across Europe and Egypt. The budget airline recently launched a recruitment campaign, with […]

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26th February 2021
750 entrepreneurs supported to start a business during coronavirus crisis

During the coronavirus crisis the Business Wales service has supported over 750 entrepreneurs to start a business or become self-employed, Economy Minister Ken Skates has revealed.  Covid-19 has impacted the economy and labour market at an unprecedented scale, threatening to reverse progress made in reducing unemployment and economic inactivity in Wales over the last decade. […]

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26th February 2021
Cardiff woman received court summons after her waste was found in Barry

A Cardiff residents is to be summonsed to appear before Cardiff Magistrates Court, after paying an unlicensed waste carrier to dispose of her waste. The Vale of Glamorgan Councils enforcement team have revealed that following paying an unlicensed carrier, the waste was subsequently found fly-tipped in Barry last July when she refused to pay her […]

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