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Disability inclusive and accessible shows at Theatr Brycheiniog

After the appointment of our new theatre director, David Wilson, Theatr Brycheiniog is delighted to announce that we are working on increasing the accessibility and inclusivity of our theatre programme.

Food Poverty in South Wales: A Call to Action

The South Wales Food Poverty Alliance has published a report mapping food poverty across South Wales. The Alliance includes members from across Wales, including Children in Wales.

The STEELHOUSE Festival 2019

From the festival site, a remote farm that quite literally sits atop a mountain, you’re overlooking some of the most beautiful scenery in Wales. Not far is Marine Colliery, the deep mine that employed thousands in the area and finally closed in 1989.

Assault which occurred under the railway bridge in Pontypridd

Police officers want to speak to the person in this photograph in connection with an assault which occurred under the railway bridge

You have pushed schools to crisis point

Paul Davies AM confronted the First Minister as he stood up for the exasperated Association of Sc

‘We risk losing the crucial voice of junior doctors as NHS pressures increase’

Twelve national medical organisations have come together today (Wednesday 13 February) to urge the Welsh government and NHS Wales to support trainee doctors to become future medical leaders. 


Government consults on “robust measures” in guidance for taxi, PHV licensing

The Department for Transport is to consult on draft statutory guidance proposing a range of “robust measures” to protect taxi and private hire vehicle customers, and in particular those who are vulnerable.