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Welsh family charity encourages mums to ask for help if they are struggling as part of a campaign during Maternal Mental Health Week (May 2-8)

A Welsh family support charity is encouraging mums to talk about their wellbeing and reach out for support if they need it as part of a campaign for Maternal Mental Health Week (May 2-8).

Health Board's pregnancy loss policy aims to break down taboos

Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB is proud to be the first Health Board in Wales to develop and implement a pregnancy loss policy for its staff.  It offers paid bereavement leave to any of its employees who experience pregnancy loss, whether it happens directly to them or to their partner.

Just Splash the Cash in Pontypridd

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council acquired the Freehold interest of the premises at High Street, Pontypridd, known as the former Bingo Hall and Angharad’s Night Club, at an agreed price plus VAT, fees and Land Transaction Tax.

 

£1,333,333.40 inclusive of VAT on 09 March 2020

Has Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board introduced this new service because patients have to wait so long for treatment?

Introduction of New Service to Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board - Wellness Improvement Service (WISE)

Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health board are proud to announce the official opening of the

Welsh Labour’s unmotivated NHS plan

Commenting on the news, Welsh Conservative and Shadow Minister for Health, Russell George MS said:

RUGBY LEGENDS HELP RAISE OVER £10,000 FOR ABERDARE RFC AS PART OF VODAFONE’S LIONS LEGACY TOUR

  • Vodafone’s Lions Legacy Tour sees rugby legends help raise over £10,000 for Aberdare RFC.
  • British & Irish Lion Wyn Jones, Welsh Women’s captain, Ffion Lews; Wales U20 Captain, Alex Mann; and Welsh strength and conditioning coach and former international, Huw Bennett, visited the

Welsh landowner guilty of felling eight hectares of woodland in Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

A landowner has been found guilty of illegally felling a large woodland in a Welsh Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in what investigating officers called one of the worst offences seen in 30 years.

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