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20th April 2021
Barry school’s allotment dream growing – thanks to donation

A primary school in Barry is planning on creating a new allotment area after bagging a donation from a local housebuilder. High Street Primary School, on St Paul’s Avenue, has received a £1,000 grant from Persimmon Homes East Wales as part of the long-running Community Champions scheme. Persimmon donates up to £64,000 to worthy causes […]

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20th April 2021
St Athan man sentenced to 16 years in prison for child sexual offences

Michael Whilding, 65, who raped and sexually abused a child over a period of eight years, has been sentenced to 16 years in prison. Whilding, from St Athan, was convicted of 35 counts including two count of rape, two counts of attempted rape, indecent assault, and indecency with a child following a trial in March. […]

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20th April 2021
YMCA Barry Celebrate Commonwealth Games Long List Selection

YMCA Barry Gymnastics Club has shared the news that two of its members have been selected as part of the long list of male gymnasts aiming to represent Wales at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. YMCA Barry Gymnastics members Harri Morgan and Josh Cook have been selected as part of the long list of male gymnasts […]

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20th April 2021
Opinion poll puts Labour ten points ahead of the Conservatives in Senedd Constituency vote

An opinion poll conducted by Opinium for Sky has put Labour ten points ahead of the Conservatives in the Senedd constituency vote. Based on the latest polls conducted by Opinium, the Conservatives are up 9 compared to the 2016 results, whilst Labour are up 5, Plaid Cymru down 2 and Liberal Democrats down 4. Welsh […]

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20th April 2021
Police appeal for information following theft of a male Dachshund in Bonvilston

South Wales Police are appealing for information, after a male Dachshund, named Tiny Tim, was reported stolen from an outbuilding in Bonvilston. Tiny Tim, who is microchipped, has not been seen since Sunday, April 11. Assistant Chief Constable Jo Maal said: “We are aware of growing concern about dog thefts amongst our communities.” “There is […]

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20th April 2021
Unemployment rate rises to 4.8%

The Welsh unemployment rate rose in the three months to February to 123,000, a rate of 4.8%, with the unemployment rate for the UK at 4.9%. The figures released by the Office for National Statistics show the number of people unemployed was 3,000 higher than in November, and 18,000 higher than the same time a […]

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20th April 2021
Cowbridge Music Festival announces appointment of new Artistic Directors

Cowbridge Music Festival’s Chair of the Board of Trustees, Mary Elliott-Rose, announces Rosalind Ventris and Joseph Fort as the new Artistic Directors of the Festival. This husband-and-wife team will build on the success of the past ten years, which have seen the Festival bring to Cowbridge world-class artists including Nicola Benedetti, Jacqui Dankworth, the Doric […]

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20th April 2021
New Emergency Service Is Brought To The Homes Of Cardiff and Vale Residents

Patients of Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan experiencing medical emergencies can now be treated in the community, thanks to an innovative new joint service from the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (CAVUHB) and Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust (WAST). The new Physician Response Unit (PRU), the first of its kind for Cardiff and […]

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19th April 2021
Outdoor Hospitality Given Go-Ahead To Reopen & Rules On Mixing Relaxed In Wales

First Minister Mark Drakeford has confirmed today that six people will be able to meet outdoors in Wales from Saturday 24 April, while outdoor hospitality will be allowed to reopen from Monday 26 April as cases of new COVID-19 infections continue to fall. The current rule provides for up to six people (not including children […]

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19th April 2021
Penarth Pavilion could become live music venue or exhibition space

Penarth Pier Pavilion could soon become a live music or an exhibition space as a major refurbishment is underway. Vale of Glamorgan council is refurbishing the art deco building on Penarth’s seafront, after taking it over from the charity Penarth Arts and Craft Limited in February. Plans for the pavilion include a new cafe, which […]

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