If you value the Accident and Emergency Department at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital and you haven’t thought about it closing down and the alternatives if your children get ill, perhaps you should start now not when you have to travel from Cynon Valley
Public Health Wales has today (February 28) confirmed the first case of Coronavirus in Wales. The Chief Medical Officer, Dr Frank Atherton, said one patient had travelled back to Wales from northern Italy, where the virus was contracted.
In celebration of Cymru qualifying for their first consecutive Euro finals tournament, the Football Association of Wales and Literature Wales have joined to launch an exclusive Cymru Euro 2020 Poetry Competition.
Following yesterday’s First Minister’s Questions, the Environment, Energy & Rural Affairs Minister, Lesley Griffiths (Lab, Wrexham), updated the Senedd on the practical measures being undertaken on the ground by Welsh and local government in the aftermath of storms Ciara and Dennis.
The Welsh Government has set up a £10m emergency fund to help with the immediate aftermath of the floods but the cost of infrastructure damage and the investment needed to address the climate emergency go far beyond this.
The family of Christopher Kapessa, who died following an incident in the River Cynon in July, 2019, were informed last week of a decision by the Crown Prosecution Service not to prosecute anyone in connection with his death.
The objects of Cynon Culture are to promote and protect all aspects of the culture and history of the Cynon Valley. Our website is intended to inform and generate people’s interest in the valley and surrounding areas, and the material that is on this website is the results of many years of research. The material that you will see provides, for the first time, a detailed history of the valley online. The website is dedicated to all the researchers who loved local history and left a legacy of material for me to access, and in turn be able to provide for you - the readers.