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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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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2nd July 2020
Welsh Blood Service Thank The Vale After 460 Donations At The Memo

The Welsh Blood Service has thanked the Vale of Glamorgan for supporting them in their most recent session at the Memo Arts Centre as they took 460 donations in all, with 90 new donors. These donations have potentially saved the lives of 1,380 people or 2,760 new-born babies in Wales. The service's next session will […]

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2nd July 2020
Local Businesses Launch RNLI Penarth Gin To Celebrate 40th Anniversary

A couple of local businesses in Penarth have teamed together to help Penarth RNLI commemorate their 40th anniversary with the launch of a limited edition RNLI Penarth Gin. Gin 64 and the Yellow Welly Gin Club collaborated to produce the gin to celebrate the 40 years since the reopening of the RNLI in the town. […]

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2nd July 2020
Ancient Coin Amongst Items Stolen From Property In Pendoylan

An Ancient Athenian Silver Drachma coin was amongst the items stolen from a property in Pendoylan in the early hours of Tuesday 30th June. South Wales Police for Bridgend and the Vale of Glamorgan took to their Facebook page to appeal for anyone who may have any information about the crime, specifically if they have […]

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2nd July 2020
Online Festival set up in support of Tŷ Hafan

An online charity event is set to take place on Saturday in support of Tŷ Hafan after lockdown restrictions cancelled their yearly fundraiser.  Set up by a local musician and her husband, the event will replace the one usually organised by the charity themselves.  ‘Summer Festival in Aid of Tŷ Hafan,’ will stream on Facebook between 12pm and 11pm on Saturday 4th July. The event organiser from Sully, Vale […]

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2nd July 2020
Outdoor attractions in Wales able to open from Monday if 'five-mile rule' is lifted

Outdoor tourist attractions will be allowed to reopen on Monday 6th July if the stay local rule is lifted by the Welsh Government. The news of the timetable and possible partial reopening of Wales' tourism industry was announced by the Minister for International Relations and Welsh Language Eluned Morgan at today's Welsh Government Coronavirus press […]

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