Electoral registration officers will be visiting households in the Vale between 26 September and 30 October as part of the Council’s annual canvass of voters.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is set to begin work to draw up a new set of proposals for improving secondary schooling in Barry following consultation with parents and pupils.
The Vale 50+ Strategy Forum will be celebrating Older People’s Day this year with a with a fashion show on Thursday 1st October at the Memo Arts Centre, Gladstone Road Barry.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council will soon be kicking off its new Confident Coaches Programme aimed at increasing participation in sports among young people and adults and recognising their work through an accredited qualification.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has moved swiftly to offer its support to refugees displaced by the crisis in the Middle East.
Children at Llangan Primary School in Cowbridge were all smiles this week as a new kitchen was unveiled at their school thanks to an investment from the Vale of Glamorgan Council.
Saturday 19 September saw the opening of ‘7 to 77’, an exhibition celebrating 70 years of the work of Dilys Jackson at the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s Art Central gallery in Barry.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has announced that the introduction of car parking charges for Barry and Cowbridge town centres is to be delayed while the proposed charges are reviewed.
Sully library will be closed for one day on Saturday 19 September. The library will be open as usual on Tuesday 22 September.
Seventy years of work by the notable Welsh artist Dilys Jackson is currently on display at the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s Art Central gallery in Barry as part of an exhibition entitled ‘7 to 77’.
The start of the new school year has seen Romilly Primary School in Barry welcome pupils to its brand new nursery building.
More than 500 people attended this year’s Festivale tenant engagement event at the end of August.
The next phase of building work on the site of the new multi-million pound Llantwit Learning Community is underway.
The Council’s trading standards team are warning Vale residents of a telephone scam after more than 60 incidences were reported in one day.
The Vale of Glamorgan boasts two of Wales’ best examples of town planning, it was announced this week.
Adult Autism Advice has recently been helping autistic adults from Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan to get on their bikes with the help of Pedal Power.
A hackney carriage driver in the Vale of Glamorgan has had his Hackney Carriage and Private Hire Drivers licenses revoked.
Vale of Glamorgan Trading Standards Officers are warning residents of an email scam offering people a refund on their Council tax bills.
Councillor Bronwen Brooks, Cabinet Member for Housing, Building Services and Community Safety, has added her voice to the debate in response to the ongoing refugee crisis.
Following discussions with the Vale of Glamorgan Council, Cardiff Bus have agreed to add the two stops at the crematorium on Port Road, Barry to a number of its routes.
‘Please help us reduce contamination’ is the call from Council waste chiefs baffled by the latest recycling feedback and keen to sort, wash and squash this latest trend.
RNLI lifeguards will finish their daily safety service on the beaches of the Vale of Glamorgan this weekend.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has been ranked the joint highest performing council in the country according to figures from Data Unit Wales.
A fire at a recycling plant at the Llandow Industrial Estate is being monitored by South Wales Fire and Rescue Service, with the operation set to be scaled down over the coming week.
On Wednesday 9 September, Barry, Penarth, Cowbridge, Llantwit Major and Holm View leisure centres are providing free exercise activities as part of National Fitness Day, helping make it the most active day of the year in the UK.
On Thursday 03 September the Vale of Glamorgan Council will be supporting Seafarers UK, by raising the Red Ensign, the official flag of Merchant Navy Day outside the Civic Offices.
Figures released by Welsh Government show that attendance levels at secondary schools in the Vale of Glamorgan were the best in Wales last year.