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Hollywood Actor Michael Sheen supports Velindre Cancer Centre’s Cookbook

Welsh born Hollywood actor Michael Sheen has written the foreword of a new charity cookbook raising money for Velindre Cancer Center in Cardiff.

Patient’s favourite recipes and memories captured in Velindre’s Charity Cookbook

To mark the 70th Anniversary of the NHS, Velindre NHS Trust asked patients to send their favourite recipes to develop a special charity cookbook.

Valleys Inspectors get their pips.

These officers were promoted by Chief Constable Matt Jukes at a ceremony in Bridgend on Thursday.

They'll all be serving somewhere across Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil under the wing of Chief Superintendent Belinda Davies.

FIVE Irresponsible Dog Owners FINED over £1800

FIVE irresponsible dog owners have been fined a combined £1800 for failing to adhere to the Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO), which was agreed by Cabinet a year ago this month (22/06/18). 

Posted on Twitter 10 hours ago

DEMOLITION LISTED BUILDINGS IN PONTYPRIDD PLUS 6 APARTMENTS

RHONDDA CYNON TAF

COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) ACT 1990

 

Application

 

Affecting the Setting of a Listed Building

 

Application No: 18/0620/12

 

Applicant: Rhondda Housing Association

Are councils embracing a 'Cloud First' approach? What about Rhondda Cynon Taf Council?

Local councils today are under enormous pressure from both central government and British citizens to deliver better services, at lower costs.

Council chiefs warn of cuts to bus routes

Local authority leaders today warned that the bus routes which are subsidised by councils are under threat because of funding cuts.

Councils provide partial or complete subsidies to nearly half of the bus routes in England.

People in Wales are satisfied with public services and with their daily lives? Are they?

People in Wales are satisfied with public services and with their daily lives, according to the latest results from the National Survey for Wales.
Wednesday 20 June 2018

Pupil Development Grant needs to be better targeted and monitored says Children, Young People and Education Committee

The Children, Young People and Education Committee has scrutinised the impact of the Welsh Government’s Pupil Development Grant (PDG), which provides extra money to schools per pupil eligible for a free school meal.