As we move into 2015 we would like to wish everyone a happy and a healthy new year. Our heath is something many of us take for granted until we encounter problems. Just as we take for granted the hard work put in by the many front line staff who work in our health services.
From 2nd January 2015, anyone who holds a valid Welsh Government concessionary travel pass can get a fantastic 34% off local fares on the Cardiff and Valleys network, without the need to buy a Rail Card.
As the year draws to a close we thought it time for a round up of some of the major happenings that have taken place in, and affected, RCT and the people who live here. Far too much has been happening for one article, so here is part 1
Cylch Meithrin Ynyshir a Wattstown
This Welsh-medium nursery, which serves the communities of Ynyshir and
Wattstown near Pontypridd in Rhondda Cynon Taf, is situated in Wattstown Park
Bowling Pavilion. It was established in 1983.
Contact: Detective Sergeant Greg Methven at Talbot Green police station on 101 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 101 and quote reference 1400476603.
Detectives in Talbot Green are investigating two burglaries which occurred on Tuesday 23rd December.
A report on Cymmer Infants School
Graigwen Road Cymmer Porth
Cymmer Infant School serves the village of Porth in the Rhondda Valley. The local
authority is Rhondda Cynon Taf. There are currently 113 pupils on roll. Nearly all
Commenting on reports of provisional November passenger numbers at Cardiff Airport – which show an 18.5 per cent drop on the previous month - Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Transport, Byron Davies AM, said:
Rhondda Cynon Taf Council’s dedicated army of foster carers will take to the streets of the county borough in January to encourage more people to consider taking up the “rewarding and challenging” career option.