The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning returns on Friday 29 September, and I’d like to encourage your readers to sign-up to host a Coffee Morning in their schools, workplaces and homes to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
STAFF at a Welsh care provider are showing their support and helping to raise awareness about the important role society’s ‘hidden’ carers play as part of National Dementia Carer’s Day next month (September, 2017).
Students at St John Baptist Church in Wales High School have attained excellent ‘A’ level results again this year. Students have worked extremely hard and have achieved great success. The following pupils have achieved top A*/A grades:
After years of cooperation between Bridgend County Borough Council Bridgend, Plantlife and Natural Wealth Wales (CNC), the fen orchid is beginning to recover its land in a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) Kenfig.
The rare Fen Orchid lower Starting to strengthen-its Presence Special Area of Conservation at Kenfig (QTS) After years of partnership gwaith Between Bridgend County Borough Council (BCBC), Plantlife and Natural Resources Wales (NRW).
Rhondda Cynon Taf Theatres play host to an exciting season of events this autumn. The Coliseum Theatre Aberdare and The Park & Dare Theatre Treorchy have a jam-packed season of music, drama, comedy and family events. From slapstick to stand–up, headline names to heart-stopping performances
FOLLOWING the launch of a new book giving an insight into experiences of homecare workers a Welsh care provider has said its carers are extremely valued in their profession because of the work they do (August, 2017).
Care Cymru offers a variety of care and support services, which can be delivered just for few hours a day or up to 24 hours 7 days a week. Our care and support is person centred with the user at the heart of the service.
Rhondda Cynon Taf Council have appointed the contractors Walters Group and Sisk Group, to construct the Mountain Ash Southern Cross-Valley Link a project of the Labour run council since 21st November 1994 when Southern Cross Valley Link-Stage 1 was first advertised in the
AN AWARD-WINNING care provider in Wales says it encourages its service users to engage in activities such as learning an instrument or gardening after a report revealed these are the best ways to stimulate the brain (August, 2017).
This issue we’re seeking your views about three consultations on different aspects of our work. We also have updates about the social care Accolades, which are back for 2018; the registration of domiciliary care workers; and our new and refreshed resources.
Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is delighted to announce the main contractors for its flagship Mountain Ash Cross Valley Link scheme – a major landmark for the multi-million pound project which will be delivered by 2020.
Proposal for Rhondda Cynon Taf Council to endorse a planning application for 500 houses on land of the former Phurnacite Works in Abercwmboi, this will unsurprisingly increase the population of Abercwmboi quite substantially.
The Public Services Ombudsman has told a health board in Wales to provide a complainant with the expert clinical and legal advice to which he was entitled, after it took more than three years to provide a final response to th
Theatr Brycheiniog present a fun filled family festival on 12 – 13 August with an outdoor stage, workshops and main stage performances, including a performance from the South African super band Dream Team. Their stage-show will launch a season of South African activities in Brecon and Wales, cul
Brecon will witness a spectacle never before seen on it’s streets this August as over 100 Zulus take over the town with parades, displays and spectacular performances. Including a hip-hop and traditional dance stage show, a full scale Zulu musical, a royal choir, a series of talks and a battle
Amateur footballers have issued a threat of judicial review against the London Borough of Islington over its plan to relocate indoor pitches at the Sobell leisure centre and replace them with trampolines.
The Information Commissioner has urged public organisations holding relevant fire risk assessments and other fire safety information to consider publishing these records proactively, “unless there is a good reason not to”.
As the world celebrates Breastfeeding Week this week, Public Health Wales has revealed that only around half of parents (51 per cent) in Wales say that they were definitely going to breastfeed their baby when they were pregnant.