A new Public Health Wales programme, Every Child Wales, is being launched today (24 July) to improve the health and wellbeing of children, as new survey results reveal that parents do not always recognise when their child is overweight.
There’s an amazing opportunity for Royal Welsh Show visitors to get their hands dirty this year, thanks to an innovative plan to create a pop-up community garden by the Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens (FCFCG).
Some councils and care providers do not properly understand the processes for making decisions on behalf of people who lack mental capacity, the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman (LGO) has said in a report.
With school summer holidays starting this week, Welsh Water has issues a fresh warning to remind people of the dangers of swimming in reservoirs. This comes after as the company has seen an increase in people risking their lives in recent hot weather.
Head Girl, Hannah Rees, recently received the significant accolade of ‘Highly Commended’ for a History essay she entered for the prestigious annual Vellacott History Prize run by Peterhouse College, Cambridge.
Current legislation for the licensing of taxi and private hire vehicles (PHVs) is “inadequate and outdated”, the Local Government Association has said in a briefing prepared ahead of a debate in Parliament this week.
On Friday 26th May 2017, myself and a collection of year 7 through to year 9 pupils, recognised by English teachers as those who excel at or are passionate about the subject, embarked upon a journey to what is considered a bookworm’s haven: the Hay Festival Wales, situated in, as the name suggest
To mark the first official anniversary of the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child (thereafter ‘Committee’) issuing their Concluding Observations to the UK and devolved governments, the UNCRC Monitoring Group wish to take this opportunity to give recognition to the advancements
It’s been 6 years since the Welsh hills first came alive with the sound of Classic Rock. And like the towering, solid piece of stone it’s perched on, the Steelhouse Festival stands resolute – a seemingly immovable object on the festival landscape.
Ahead of the Cross Party Group on Vision on Tuesday, RNIB Cymru are welcoming the Cabinet Secretary’s assurances, but are still concerned that ophthalmology services across Wales remain inconsistent and leave many facing severe delays.
Theatr Brycheiniog doors are now wide open to customers with the creation of a temporary pop-up cafe space offering a range of light snacks, ahead of their major refurbishment of the Waterfront Bistro at the end of the summer which will see a number of new jobs created.
The Cynon Valley History Society was founded in Aberdare in 1971. Our objects are to promote, encourage and maintain an active interest in the history of the district in all its aspects; to arrange talks and lectures; to undertake original research and assist in the collection of local material such as manuscripts, books, artefacts and photographs, and to publish titles on local history.