The Welsh Government launched a campaign, #TalkChildcare, in August 2016 to talk to parents and providers about the new childcare offer for Wales. The campaign aimed to understand the barriers facing parents when accessing childcare.
Labour’s Brexit chaos continued over the weekend as its position unraveled once again, with Momentum members voting to ban any debate on the subject on the Conference stage and Welsh MPs demanding Jeremy Corbyn commits to staying in the single market and customs union.
Eurochild national partner network members Children in Wales, Children’s Rights Alliance for England, Children in Scotland and Children’s Rights Alliance (Ireland) joined Together (Scottish Alliance for Children’s Rights) and representatives from the Children’s Commissioner’s offices for an event
Rhondda Cynon Taf Council have announced on the 19 September that there will be grants scheme available and the Cabinet agree to the introduction of a Town Centre Maintenance Grant scheme which will be piloted in Tonypandy and Mountain Ash.
PEOPLE from Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT) who are looking for a job or a change in career can talk to staff from an award-winning care provider about working in the industry during a recruitment fair this month (September, 2017).
GP practices are responsible for meeting the Health and Care Standards 2015 and we assess service delivery against this framework. Our Annual Report published today, summarises the findings from our inspections during 2016-17.
For the second time this year, Welsh Hearts are holding a heart screening session in Llandaff, Cardiff on Saturday 30th September. The Heart Screening event is open to anyone in Wales aged between 18 & 35.
Aberdare Town have had a tough start to the new season with the opening weeks of the season seeing almost three quarters of the squad suffering injuries and boss Matt Driscoll has still not been able to field his strongest team.
Secondary schools need to ensure that pupils have access to up-to-date impartial information about their options for future learning and careers as well as facilitating regular discussions about pupils’ options, according to a report published today by Estyn.
SIX favourite Roald Dahl child heroes are poised to appear, in stunning locations across the UK, in the form of unique LEGO® brick builds to mark Roald Dahl Day - the global celebration of the world’s number one storyteller.
The Cynon Valley Indoor Bowls Centre opened its doors for the first time on 1st Sep 1996.The centre is built on the site of the former Deep Duffryn Colliery a coal mine which was originally sunk in 1850.