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WALES YFC CALF REARING COMPETITION RETAINS ITS HIGH STANDARD

Wales YFC were pleased to welcome sponsors ABP Food Group to the Winter Fair Calf Rearing competition once again.

Pontypridd's 'Through At Three' Scheme Approved

“Through After Three” – a new initiative to allow motorists into Pontypridd town centre at 3pm daily is being introduced thanks to the partnership working between high street traders and Rhondda Cynon Taf Council.

Plaid Cymru warns of TTIP threat

US-EU trade deal could threaten democratic decision-making

Plaid Cymru has today warned of the potentially damaging effect of a trade deal between the EU and US.

Local Engagement Sessions

The latest in a round of public engagement sessions announced by Rhondda Cynon Taf Council Leader Cllr Andrew Morgan as part of the consultation process for music and nursery service change proposals, takes place tonight.

Failure of austerity shows Westminster isn't working for Wales

Responding to the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, Plaid Cymru Treasury spokesperson, Jonathan Edwards MP said:

Don't get caught out by the cold - make sure your pipes are wrapped up warm this winter

Protect water pipes and prevent the inconvenience and expense of frozen or bursts pipes
Properties left empty are at risk too so make sure they are protected

Mountain Ash Christmas Event Saturday 6

Henry Street Car Park will be filled with free family fun from 11am to 7pm. Santa will be in his grotto from 11am to 1pm and 3pm to 6pm. Other attractions include a giant snow globe, toboggan run, children's entertainment, festive funfair and more.

Sleeping Beauty panto at Penrhiwceiber

Come and see our amazing Sleeping Beauty panto at Penrhiwceiber Hall on December 5th. Enjoy a stunning performance of the children's classic - 100 minutes of festive, family fun, from Wales' biggest, brightest touring pantomime.
Tickets
£8 Adult, £5 Child, £22 family ticket

St John Baptist C.I.W. High School

A report on
St John Baptist C.I.W. High School
Glan Road
Aberdare

Controversial school sickness advice leaflet withdrawn after Welsh Lib Dem pressure

A controversial leaflet which appeared to advise parents to send their sick children to school and which caused outrage amongst parents in RCT has been withdrawn.

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