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Vale Social Worker Honoured With BEM A social worker has been honoured for supporting hundreds of vulnerable adults in the Vale during the pandemic.
Nursery in Penarth to be merged with nearby primary school despite opposition Nursery in Penarth to be merged with nearby primary school despite opposition
Illegal puppy breeders told to pay over £450k A Bonvilston couple who engaged in illegal dog breeding practices have been ordered to pay more than £450,000.
Pukka in the Park set to return to Central Park The Barry based production company have announced the return of Pukka in the Park
Plaid Leader Adam Price says party “ready to make a difference” in 2022 as he announces reshuffle of top team Cefin Campbell announced as second ‘designated member’ in Plaid-Welsh Government Co-Operation Agreement
First full-time Wales Women players revealed The first full-time Wales Women players have been contracted by the Welsh Rugby Union.
Concerns raised about Human Rights Act reform The Welsh Government has raised its “significant concerns” with UK Government plans to replace the Human Rights Act with a Bill of Rights.
Vale Public Services Board launches next stage of wellbeing assesment The Vale of Glamorgan Public Services Board has recently launched the Wellbeing Assessment consultation and is inviting residents to share their views on the Assessment.
£15.4m to help support Wales’ Arts and Culture sectors The Welsh Government is making £15.4m available to support the arts and cultural sector in Wales during the ongoing Covid19 pandemic.
Welsh Conservatives call for rule-of-six and two-metre distancing to be scrapped Senedd Conservatives are calling for the Labour Government in Cardiff Bay to remove “economically cruel and clinically unnecessary” restrictions on businesses.
Vale of Glamorgan traders strike a pose for 2022 shop local calendar Traders across the Vale have joined together to be featured in a 2022 shop local calendar with the aim of encouraging residents to support their high streets this year.
Police discover cannabis factory remains in Dinas Powys 50 black bags and seven large zip-top bags full of materials were found at a property in St Andrew's Road
Help us to help you this winter urges Health Minister The funding is to relieve pressures and help the NHS and social care this winter is announced.
Cardiff Airport appoints new Aviation Development Manager Marc Watkins brings over 25 years of experience in the UK aviation sector to the Vale based airport
Barry Town United Welcomes New First Team Coach The club confirmed the appointment of the vastly experienced coach on their website and social media.
Jonathan Hood returns to Barry Town United Jon previously joined the club in 2018, spending 2 seasons at Jenner Park.
Police arrest man carrying machete in Barry The 17 year old male arrested in the early hours of Saturday morning
Police launch appeal for missing Barry teenager 16 year old Brandon was last seen on North Walk on Tuesday
Barry Playgroup wins Early Years award for outdoor space A Barry play group has won an award for
FAW sets restart dates for JD Cymru Leagues Barry Town United will resume their JD Cymru Premier Season from 8th February.
Barry Town Council set to hold extra-ordinary meeting over Barry Biomass facility The meeting will be held at 7pm on Monday 10th January via zoom.