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Children of all ages and their parents have come together to say a big “Diolch” to the people that work in the early years, childcare and playwork sectors in a WeCare Wales video.

Covid-19: Speak to their GP over shielding letters Shadow Health Minister

The Welsh Conservative Shadow Health Minister has broadly welcomed the announcement that a new raft of shielding letters has been issued.

Angela Burns AM said:

‘Welsh Government must get a grip of the situation and increase testing’ – calls AM

The Shadow Minister for Health, Angela Burns AM, has welcomed the increase in the number of tests for healthcare and care home workers - but has warned that more is needed.

Please Clean Up After Your Dog!

Dog owners in Rhondda Cynon Taf are being reminded to be responsible and clean up after their dogs. 

RCT Council thanks Rhondda company for supplying visors for key workers

The Council has thanked a Rhondda company for its hard work which has helped provide our frontline staff with 10,000 protective visors so far – with a further 20,000 units currently on order.

Speaking up - a joint statement by CIW and HIW

This is a joint statement shared with providers of health and social care from:

Lyndsey Wood returns to work

On Friday March 27th while working as a clerical officer in the endoscopy department Lyndsey felt unwell with a headache. Lyndsey thought it was a stress headache as she was very busy in work so went on with her day.

Izzy, wizzy, let’s get quizzy! Sooty hosts RNIB quiz for children across the nation

The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is encouraging children across the UK to beat boredom by joining a Facebook Live quiz on 07 May hosted by the nation’s favourite magic bear.


Letter to editor: Reduce your risk of stroke

Dear Editor

Mealtimes will undoubtedly be a highlight of the day for many Wales’ residents during the coronavirus lockdown.

Sharing advice about keeping children safe online

The Council has issued some important advice to parents and carers about ensuring their children are staying safe online – as young people are more likely to be spending time using the Internet during the lockdown period.