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Temporary Testing Centre to open in Lower Rhondda on Thursday 10 September

Due to the recent rise in the number of cases of Coronavirus in the Lower Rhondda area, Rhondda Cynon Taf Council, working in partnership with Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board will be setting up a temporary testing centre at Oldway House car park, Porth, CF39 9ST from Thursday

Redstart Working for Rhondda Cynon Taf Council

Redstart’s origins go back 20 years. Our first incarnation was in response to a local Government reorganisation, when the Gwent and Glamorgan design consultancies became shared service providers for multiple local authorities.

£106m for rural economy must represent value for money

The Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Energy, and Rural Affairs – Janet Finch-Saunders MS – has today (September 8) sought urgent clarity from the Welsh Labour-led Government as to how it will ensure

Call for more action in the war against plastic waste in Wales

Following the announcement this week that the UK Government will increase the single-use carrier bag charge to 10p from April 2021 in England, Janet Finch-Saunders MS – the Shadow Minister for Climate

Theatr Iolo announces its first post-lockdown show created for babies to be performed live in September 2020

Theatr Iolo will present their first show since lockdown, a brand-new, socially distanced performance for babies in the garden of Cardiff’s multi-artform venue, Chapter.

Shadow Health Minister backs ‘Covid-light’ hospital recommendation

Andrew RT Davies MS – the Shadow Health Minister – has backed a call from one of Wales’ top surgeons for action to create “Covid-light” hospitals and pathways to work through the backl

TEMPORARY CLOSURE FOOTPATH 18 CWMBACH

RHONDDA CYNON TAFF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

(FOOTPATH 18 CWMBACH)

(TEMPORARY CLOSURE) ORDER 2020

 

YouGov Survey: Welsh Shoppers Driving UK’s 2020 Online Shopping Boom

  • 33% of Brits are shopping more online than during lockdown, with 38% shopping online as much as during lockdown

Legal Charity receives over £420,000 to expand legal advice clinics in Wales

Legal Charity LawWorks has announced it will expand its services in Wales having received a grant of £422,760 from the National Lottery Community Fund.

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