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28th September 2020
Final phase of gas upgrade work to begin in Barry

Wales & West Utilities is to start the final phase of essential gas upgrade works in the Barry Road area of Barry next week. Work on the final section of the 5 kilometre gas pipe upgrade project will begin on 5 October and is due to be completed on 2 November. The £650,000 work is […]

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28th September 2020
Investment announced to help Vale Town Centres with Covid-19 recovery

The Vale of Glamorgan Council has agreed a package of investment to support the recovery of our town centres in Barry, Cowbridge, Llantwit Major and Penarth, following a meeting on Monday (21st September 2020). The investment of over £400,000 will help deliver measures that facilitate trade and economic recovery; and, provide a safer and more […]

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28th September 2020
St David's Church in Wales Primary School expansion gains planning approval

The Vale of Glamorgan Council has granted planning permission for a new school building to be constructed at St David’s Primary in Colwinston, increasing capacity from 140 to 210 places. Part of the Council’s 21st Century Schools programme, it should be completed by September 2021 and will involve a £4.185 million investment. That will come […]

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28th September 2020
Penarth school using alpacas to help with students mental health and wellbeing

Action for Children's Headlands School in Penarth has introduced four alpacas to help student's mental health and wellbeing. The four Peruvian alpacas have been welcomed to the school grounds, with students involved in caring for the animals and developing their outdoor space. It's not the first animal at the school though - a King Charles […]

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28th September 2020
1 in 10 Welsh drinkers report drinking less because of minimum pricing

Six months after minimum unit pricing (MUP) for alcohol was introduced in Wales, one in ten drinkers say they have been drinking less as a result. That’s the message from a survey just published by the charity Alcohol Change UK. MUP came into force in Wales in March this year and set a baseline price […]

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27th September 2020
Vale of Glamorgan lockdown: FAQs

Following a sharp increase in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the Vale of Glamorgan Council area, new restrictions have been introduced to reduce the spread of the virus and protect public health for people living in the area. The restrictions come into force at 6pm on 28 September 2020 and will be kept under review. The […]

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27th September 2020
Cardiff Airport To Remain Open Despite Local Lockdown

Cardiff Airport have released a statement confirming that they will remain open for use, despite the announcement of a local lockdown coming into place in the Vale of Glamorgan from tomorrow. The lockdown, announced earlier today, will mean that residents of the Vale will have a wave of new restrictions to comply with from 6pm […]

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27th September 2020
Council Leader says "We have taken a decision today for early and preventative action"

Precautionary lockdown measures are to be introduced to the Vale of Glamorgan in an effort to curb a rise in the number of Covid-19 cases From 6pm on Monday 28 September the following additional restrictions will apply within the local authority area. Listen: Bro Radio speaks to Councillor Neil Moore People will not be able […]

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27th September 2020
Thirteen new coronavirus cases in the Vale as local lockdown announced

The number of coronavirus cases in the Vale of Glamorgan has increased by 13, as a local lockdown is announced for the County from 6pm on Monday. Across Wales, the latest figures show coronavirus cases have increased by 362, according to Public Health Wales figures - taking the total number of cases to 22,945. The […]

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27th September 2020
Vale of Glamorgan to enter local lockdown from 6pm tomorrow

The First Minister has announced that the Vale of Glamorgan, along with Neath Port Talbot and Torfaen will enter a local lockdown from 6pm tomorrow. The areas join Newport, Caerphilly, Blaenau Gwent, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil and Swansea, with more than 50% of the Welsh population now under local lockdown measures. The restrictions, […]

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