Over 200 pupils from Ashgrove, Ysgol Erw’r Delyn, Ysgol Maes Dyfan, St Helens and St Nicholas Primary Schools took part in the Vale Schools Paragames at Cardiff International Sports Stadium on Wednesday 25 June.
CCTV monitoring in the Vale of Glamorgan led to 7 arrests last week.
The Vale Council-led Barry Communities First have sponsored Llamau’s football team in Barry to help vulnerable young people from the local area to take part in football.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council’s Environmental Health Department took to the road last week to promote the Food Standards Agency’s campaign for Food Safety Week 2014 ‘Don’t Wash Raw Chicken’.
7 organisations in the Vale of Glamorgan have secured funding from the Community Chest scheme to help improve sporting activities across the county.
Approximately 200 people turned out to support a child safety event on Tuesday 24 June on King’s Square in Barry, held by the Vale of Glamorgan’s Flying Start team.
12 coaches from clubs across the Vale of Glamorgan recently attended an Analysing Your Coaching course as part of the Vale Councils’ Creating Confident Coaches programme.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council Dog Warden Service is appealing for information to identify an abandoned dog.
Vale of Glamorgan Trading Standards Officers are warning residents of a scam involving calls offering to reduce council tax bills.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has pledged its support towards the White Ribbon Campaign (WRC), which aims to eradicate violence towards women.
A team of year 5 and 6 pupils from St Illtyd Primary School reached the final of the Welsh Book Council’s Book Slam competition.
The next Community Cabinet meeting will be held at Llantwit Major Comprehensive School on Ham Lane East, Llantwit Major.
Progress towards a single mixed sex secondary school for Barry is continuing at pace and a report on the next steps could be tabled as soon as the autumn.
Barry County Library will be hosting its authors event ‘June is booking out all over’ on 28 June from 10.30am.
Meadowvale Nursery and Garden Centre expanded on 17 June with the addition of the new Brambles Tea Rooms.
Youth Work Week runs from 23 to 29 June, and aims to promote the benefits of youth work and celebrate the benefits of working with young people.
CCTV monitoring in the Vale of Glamorgan led to 11 arrests last week.
Flying Start are holding a child safety event on Tuesday 24 June on King’s Square in Barry.
A dog found abandoned on Llantwit Major beach is making a speedy recovery thanks to a caring passer-by.
The Mayor of the Vale of Glamorgan and the Cabinet Member for Children's Services have heaped praise on the ManVan after its visit to Barry this month
The Vale of Glamorgan Council and Barry Town Council are working together to develop public open space at Cemetery Approach as a Community Garden.
The Council’s cabinet agreed on Monday 16 June for a feasibility study to be undertaken into the possible installation of a 3G sports pitch at Jenner Park Stadium.
The Vale cabinet has agreed to issue a temporary licence to Barry Town United ahead of their pre-season friendly match against Cardiff City, as well as their wildcard fixture in the FAW Word Cup against old rivals Merthyr Town.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has been shortlisted for the Community Investor category in the MJ Local Government Achievement Awards 2014.
CCTV monitoring in the Vale of Glamorgan led to 22 arrests last week.
On Monday 23 June 2014, RAF Personnel from MOD St Athan will parade through Barry to commemorate 75 years of the Royal Air Force in South Wales.
The Vale of Glamorgan is officially the most active place in Wales according to recent statistics published by Sport Wales.
Two rogue traders have been sentenced to eighteen month prison terms following a successful prosecution led by the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s Trading Standards team.
The owner of Ogmore Farm Riding Centre has been convicted of three counts of failing to report an accident.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council’s Adult and Community Learning Department has launched its exciting line-up of summer day courses, with a variety interesting classes taking place in the Vale this June and July.
The Vale of Glamorgan’s Environmental Health Department will embark on a roadshow across the area to share a number of tips during Food Safety Week between 16 and 22 June.
Sully Primary School has this week received a very positive inspection report from Estyn.
The Vale 50 plus Strategy Forum will be holding an Elder Abuse Awareness event on Friday 13 June at Gwenog Court, Cwm Talwg.
CCTV monitoring in the Vale of Glamorgan led to 4 arrests last week.
On Monday 23 June 2014, RAF Personnel from MOD St Athan will parade through Barry to mark the beginning of Armed Forces Week and to commemorate 75 years of the Royal Air Force in South Wales.
Max Williams, a volunteer with the Penarth Youth Project and the Vale’s Asperger youth group United Youth Club, has been named as Young Volunteer of the Year under 25.
On 23rd July athletes from Commonwealth nations from across the World will unite in Glasgow to contest the 256 medal events, across 17 sports at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Nature lovers across the Vale are being encouraged to rediscover their wild side between 7 and 15 June to help make Wales Biodiversity Week a huge success.
Pupils from Llanfair Primary School, representatives of Llanfair Community Council and local residents came together this week to celebrate the opening of a new footpath linking St Mary Church and The Herberts.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council’s efforts to have parts of the Vale designated as ‘assisted areas’ by the European Commission have paid off.
Jane Hutt, Welsh Government Minister for Finance, took a trip around the county last week to learn more about developments to the Greenlinks community transport service and to test out the latest addition to the fleet.
Cosmeston Medieval Village was sent travelling back in time 600 years over the bank holiday weekend for its fantastic Troubled Times event.
Throughout the month of June, the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s prestigious art gallery Art Central in Barry is marking the 70th anniversary of the D-Day Landings with a Retrospective Exhibition of work by celebrated female war artist, Ray Howard Jones.
CCTV monitoring in the Vale of Glamorgan led to 10 arrests last week.