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Dare Valley Country Park Bike Park

Excellent progress continues to be made in the delivery of a range of exciting improvements to Dare Valley Country Park, with work on the Gravity Family Bike Park nearing completion. 

Over 12,500 patients had online medical consultations in first year of pandemic. Are you waiting on a medical consultation?

New figures released today reveal that almost 12,500 patients across the Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board (CTMUHB) region have still been able to receive medical consultations during the Covid-19 pandemic, despite not being able to visit the GP surgery or other healthcare setting in pers

Covid confusion leads to late type 1 diabetes diagnosis in 10-year old boy from Neath

Diabetes UK Cymru is highlighting how quickly undiagnosed type 1 diabetes can become a medical emergency as another child had a lucky escape despite goinginto 

Diabetes UK Cymru launches “Think: Could it be type 1 diabetes: the 4 Ts: campaign

Diabetes UK Cymru has launched a radio ad campaign in Wales to show that anyone can develop type 1 diabetes, tell people what the main symptoms of the condition are and urge them to get a finger-prick test with their GP if they are concerned.


Reopening date confirmed for M&S Bridge in Pontypridd

The Council is pleased to confirm that the Ynysangharad Park (M&S) Bridge in Pontypridd will reopen later this week, as the significant scheme to repair the structure following Storm Dennis is nearing completion. 

Cwm Taf Morgannwg celebrates opening of landmark Clinical Research Centre

A new Clinical Research Centre designed to enhance Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB’s research work and give patients access to new therapies, treatments and therapeutics has opened at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Llantrisant.

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council imposes 20 mph speed limit in RCT is your street affected?

Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council

(Miscellaneous Town Centers in Rhondda Cynon Taf) Order (Experimental Speed ​​Limit) 2021



Welcome to Young Carers’ Action Day – 16 March 2021.

Young carers are children or young people who take a significant role in caring for a family member. The family member could be suffering from physical or mental health problems, a disability or drug and alcohol problems.


RCN Wales calls for investment in infection prevention and control

In its newly-published report, the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) in Wales recommends that learning from the COVID-19 pandemic is used to ensure that infection prevention and control (IPC) nursing teams are recognised as an essential contributor to patient protection and safety.

'The emotional toll of working on a COVID-19 ward is huge - I feel broken'