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Rhondda Cynon Taff news and information

Retaining wall replacement at Gwawr Street in Aberaman

Photographs were taken in 2018 before RCTC did necessary safety work after part of the retaining wall collapsed into the Nant Gwawr.

Rhondda Cynon Taf Weather Statement

Councillor Andrew Morgan, Leader of Rhondda Cynon Taf Council, said: “The Council is aware that there is a risk of thunderstorms and significant rainfall in localised areas over the next few days, and Council Officers are taking immediate action to prepare and mitigate risks where possible, inclu

Endoscopy services during the Covid-19 pandemic

Emergency endoscopy procedures have continued throughout the Covid-19 pandemic at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend. However, outpatients requiring an endoscopy have also been able to access the service since the end of April 2020.

Support for working families affected by Coronavirus given an extra boost

Families who benefit from government funded childcare support were given a boost as the Government announced that they would not lose out due to COVID-19.

 

Shadow Health Minister questions Welsh Labours delay in crucial winter protection plan

Commenting on the Welsh Government’s announcement that the Winter Protection Plan for this year will only be published in September

FRAUD ALERT

The Council has been made aware of an e-mail that has been sent to individuals which is an attempt to illicit bank account details from them.

Stroke charity is ‘Here for You’

The Stroke Association has launched a new volunteer-run telephone support service to help stroke survivors who are feeling lonely or isolated.

 

Welsh dental hygienist overcomes dyslexia to see new business shortlisted for national entrepreneur award

Neath dental hygienist, Kirsty Shaw is on a mission to improve the country’s oral health one smile at a time, and her new business the 28 Day Smile has been shortlisted for the Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2020.

Ask CERi – a virtual way to get your COVID-19 queries answered

Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board has launched CERi.

CERi is a virtual agent (virtual artificial intelligence system) that can be used to answer Coronavirus queries from any digital device.