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Aberdare Christmas Event

Aberdare Christmas Event 29th November 2014

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council The Budget Challenge

Like all Councils in Wales, Rhondda Cynon Taf faces a huge budget challenge in the coming months and years, as we see our budget continually reduced, as a result of UK Government cuts to public spending.

Shop 'Till You Drop With FREE Festive Parking

Shop ‘till you drop this Christmas as Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is offering its shoppers FREE parking in all of its Pay and Display car parks throughout December.

Plaid Cymru helps homes keep out the winter chill

Party of Wales works to lower energy bills while 1 in 4 live in fuel poverty

Plaid Cymru has today highlighted the devastating effect that fuel poverty is having on Wales, and has outlined its efforts to help customers who face some of the highest energy prices.

Disturbed sleep patterns could cause memory problems

Eating during normal times for sleep may be harmful to memory according to a study presented at Neuroscience 2014 conference in Washington DC today (Tuesday 18 November 2014).

Parking Scheme Consultation Continues

A second phase of consultation over residential parking schemes in Pontypridd and Treforest will begin this week.

Cwmbach Community Primary School

Cwmbach Community Primary School
Llangorse Road
Rhondda Cynon Taff
CF44 0HS
November 2014
Cwmbach Community Primary School
Outcome of the monitoring visit

Major Support for the Races

Wales rugby internationals Jamie Roberts and Alex Cuthbert urge people to sign up for the Nos Galan Road Races

The 2014 Nos Galan Races, which once again look set to be a spectacular event, is this year being sponsored by four local businesses and organisations.

Children at Maes y Coed Primary school help with health campaign

Maes y Coed Primary School in Pontypridd along with four other Schools in the Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr area are helping Cwm Taf University Health Board promote a campaign to educate people about medicines and the importance of not stockpiling.

Welsh cancer waiting times worsen again

Cancer waiting times in Wales got worse in September 2014, for the second month in a row, according to figures published today.

85.1% of patients with urgent suspected cancer began treatment within two months. Labour’s target of 95% has not been met since 2008.