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Thumbs up for family wellbeing course

Young people and their parents and carers have described a family wellbeing course as ‘comforting and reassuring’ during difficult times.

Millions of teenagers to get access to pot of money each over the next nine years

Tens of thousands of teenagers in Wales are set to benefit for the first time from money in Child Trust Funds (CTFs) that has been waiting for them since they were young children.

 

Thumbs up for family wellbeing course

Young people and their parents and carers have described a family wellbeing course as ‘comforting and reassuring’ during difficult times.

 

‘Hot labs’ announced as stagnant Covid testing figures released

Commenting on the Covid testing results released today (August 17), Shadow Health Minister Andrew RT Davies said:

Ten tips for nurturing emotional wellbeing in the home

The new school year will soon be with us: make sure youngsters feel calm about what lies ahead. Former teacher Catherine Lynch of education resources and lesson-planning experts 

Bikers prove ‘lifeblood’ of vital out-of-hours service

Dedicated bikers and supporters who provide a vital out-of-hours NHS service couriering blood and other fluids between hospitals in Cwm Taf Morgannwg are gearing up for a special awareness day, after being ‘busier than ever’ during COVID19.

 

Work begins to reopen Abernant to Cwmbach Public Right of Way

Works will shortly begin to replace the damaged culvert at Blaenant y Groes, which has caused the footpath between 

Welsh Conservatives concerned over £315m local authority deficit

Reacting to the announcement today (August 17) of an additional £260 million funding from the Welsh Labour-led Government for local authorities in Wales, Shadow Minister for Local Gov

New £2 Million bridge between Llys Cadwyn and Ynysangharad Park to open

The Council has confirmed the opening date for the new bridge in Pontypridd Town Centre, which will provide a new pedestrian link between Llys Cadwyn and Ynysangharad War Memorial Park from Saturday, August 15. 

Is Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council accountable?

We’re all aware of COVID 19 and the disruption caused in the early days but things are slowly getting back to normal if it ever will be normal again, we are informed that all schools will be open for all pupils in September around 3 weeks time with no social distancing in place.

 

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