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Rhondda Cynon Taff news and information

Spare a thought for elderly this Bonfire night

PEOPLE from Wales planning Bonfire night parties or fireworks displays this November (2018) are being urged to spare a thought for the elderly and vulnerable.


Welsh Conservatives to call for national plan to address NHS capacity pressures

In the Assembly this afternoon, the Welsh Conservatives will host a debate calling on the Welsh Labour Government to focus on a plan to properly and consistently fund NHS Wales throughout the year, and end the culture of ‘feast and famine’ through splurging money just for winter.

Ex-health boss ‘leaving Wales’ because of NHS failings

Responding, Angela Burns AM – the Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Health – said:

“I’ve never seen such a strong personal indictment of the failures within the NHS in Wales.

Half of people in Wales don’t know that diabetes can cause erectile dysfunction

Diabetes UK launches new digital tool to help people understand more about the condition and how to m

15 Volunteering Wales projects specifically for 14 to 25 year olds

WCVA have announced that continuation funding for 49 Volunteering Wales projects has be confirmed by the Welsh Government.

Fifteen of those projects are specifically to enable young people age 14 to 25 to volunteer in their communities.

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council Statment Statement following the recent severe weather

Following this weekend’s adverse weather, the Council is currently undertaking a massive clean-up operation across the County Borough.

Just like the rest of Wales, and other parts of the UK, Rhondda Cynon Taf experienced severe weather from Thursday, October 11 to Sunay, October 14.

Children are ‘super spreaders’ when it comes to flu!

“It’s important we do what we can to protect children against infections and illnesses like flu, because as we all know, children are very good at spreading germs.”

Bake off meets dance as part of National Dance Company Wales new tour Roots this Autumn

A dancer in the kitchen making a mess with flour and eggs; stories about Italian women in the mafia and hip-hop ballet in the warmth of the Mediterranean is brought to the stages across Wales this autumn by National Dance Company Wales’ Roots tour - three short stories told through dance.