November 2015 News
Latest News from the Council
Albert Primary School in Penarth is celebrating receiving an excellent inspection report from Estyn.
The fourth phase of a regeneration scheme aimed at revitalising the upper section of Holton Road has commenced.
A new chapter was marked in the proud history of Jenner Park stadium in Barry on Thursday when Chris Coleman officially opened the new 3G artificial playing surface.
Public service providers from across the Vale have come together to show their support for White Ribbon Day and the battle against domestic violence.
The Leader of the Vale of Glamorgan Council has made a statement in response to the publication of draft legislation designed to reorganise local government in Wales.
Users of a day care service in Barry for people with physical disabilities have been catapulted into the limelight after staring in a film commissioned by financial services giant, Legal & General.
The new 3G playing surface at Jenner Park in Barry will be officially opened by Chris Coleman, manager of the Wales national team, on 26 November 2015
Barry Community Garden is offering residents the opportunity of creating furniture at an upcycling course on 21st November.
Charity organisation The Big Wrap will be hosting a Big Quiz to help support disadvantaged children and young people across South Wales this Christmas.
A proposal for a substantial hotel and linked resort development on the site formerly occupied by Barry Island’s holiday camp has been welcomed by the Vale of Glamorgan Council.
The temporary one way system on Trinity Street in Barry will not be made permanent after the results of a public consultation undertaken by the Vale of Glamorgan Council showed it to be supported by only one in five local residents.
The site of the former Sealawns hotel near Ogmore is finally to be cleared by its owner following the success of long running legal action by the Vale of Glamorgan Council.
The Chief Inspector for Social Services has described how a significant programme of service reform is now delivering joined up, community-based social care and health services in the Vale of Glamorgan.
The Children’s Commissioner for Wales, Professor Sally Holland, will be co-hosting a training event designed to create ‘Super Ambassadors’ for young people in the Vale of Glamorgan as part of plans to mark Universal Children’s Day 2015.
A Barry based artist this has this week seen his life’s work put on display as part of a retrospective exhibition.
Welsh hockey international Beth Fisher co-hosted a young ambassadors training day in Barry this week as part of a scheme run by the Vale of Glamorgan Council to get more young people involved in sport at school.
The Question Time event will take place on 17 November at the Memo Arts Centre in Barry.
The Accomodation Solutions Team have been recognised for their excellent work to reduce the time taken to transfer patients back into their homes after hospital stays.
Bathing waters at three beaches in the Vale of Glamorgan have been rated as excellent against tough new standards set by the European Union.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has readied its fleet of gritters and spreaders in preparation for winter’s arrival.
The open public meeting to discuss the Trinity Street one way system trial will be held on Friday 13 November by the Vale of Glamorgan Council.
Members of the public will now be able to register to speak at meetings of the Council’s Public Rights of Way Sub-Committee.
Civic bodies across the Vale will be holding ceremonies to mark Armistice Day next week.
Here, Rob Thomas, Managing Director of the Vale of Glamorgan Council is keen to share some good news that deserves to see the light.
The next Community Cabinet meeting will be held at the Paget Rooms in Penarth on 16 November.