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Mountain Ash Cross Valley Link – public exhibition for traffic restrictions

The Council will host a public exhibition providing details of necessary traffic arrangements which will be required during the main construction phase of the Mountain Ash Cross Valley Link scheme – as well as the permanent Traffic Regulation Orders which will be in force when the project is comp

The Plans for St Mair’s Day Centre in Aberdare

Over the last two years we have worked with Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council, Cwm Taf University Health Board, partners from the third sector and the local community on plans to develop St Mair’s Day Centre in Aberdare into an innovative, inclusive community hub.

Council fails in appeal that FOI requester was vexatious over parking charges

The First-tier Tribunal has rejected a claim by the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham that a resident made vexatious freedom of information requests in relation to parking charges.

Car Parking Aberdare

RHONDDA CYNON TAFF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

(REGULATION OF OFF STREET CAR PARKS) (VARIATION) ORDER 2018

 

Aberdare Community flagship school no example for Rhondda schools to follow

When the Director of Education and the Labour Cabinet in RCT decided to make guinea pigs out of Rhondda pupils and create two 3 to 16 and one 11 to 16 schools they held up the new "super school" at Aberdare as a shining beacon of light showing how great education would become.

Child Car Seat Website Survey

RoSPA has launched a survey to evaluate its child car seat website and identify ways it can be improved.

Cwm Taf University Health Board to plant 70 trees for 70 years

Staff at Cwm Taf University Health Board will plant 70 trees across their hospital and community healthcare sites to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the NHS.

Nearly 100 people left in limbo during March as cancer treatment delays continue

Macmillan warns that Wales’ failure to meet nationally set cancer treatment targets means 96 people faced treatment delays in March this year alone.

Church Village GP launches patients healthy living project

GP Lisa Thomas asked patients in her Church Village practice to join her to discuss how a better lifestyle could improve their health.