July 2017 News
Latest News from the Council
The Vale of Glamorgan Council’s newly-created economic development team have redesigned a business support website that offers an easy way for businesses and community groups to find information.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has transformed Wordsworth Park in Penarth by introducing bigger and brighter facilities for families to enjoy this summer.
TRADING Standards officers acting for Vale of Glamorgan Council have successfully prosecuted a Penarth business after finding £3,500 worth of fireworks stored in unsuitable containers on the shop floor.
WALES Assistant Manager Kit Symons has hailed the six new floodlit outdoor football pitches built at Colcot Sports Centre after an investment of more than £500,000 by Vale of Glamorgan Council.
Options for a long-term solution to traffic congestion in Dinas Powys are to be considered by the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s cabinet later this month, following the publication of findings of the recent study into the issue.
Primary schoolchildren across the Vale have learnt how to involve everyone in day-to-day activitis organised by Disability Sport Wales.
A spectacular show saw Barry Island’s skies lit up as the popular Isle of Fire returned for its fourth year.
Penarth’s children’s library has re-opened with more than 11,000 books available to borrow.
A Vale of Glamorgan Council kitchen assistant showed off his award – winning culinary skills at a recent national competition.
People are invited to enjoy a fun day organised by Flying Start Wales as they mark 10 years of supporting families in the community.
Local councillors and the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s leisure and community safety teams were out in Rhoose last week, along with coastguard and police officers, as part of an effort to work with local residents to tackle antisocial behaviour.
Sporting groups across the Vale of Glamorgan were thrilled to be awarded a share of £11,267 at the second round of the Community Chest funding panel.
An open day at Barry Fire Station aims to show how local services help to make the Vale a safer place to live and visit.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has given Barry Town United AFC a major boost ahead of their return to the Welsh Premier League as improvement work at Jenner Park continues.
Students across the Vale have made their mark on the sports scene this summer
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council has once again punched above its weight in the Green Flag awards, emerging as one of the best performing counties in Wales.
New garden to celebrate links with Twin Towns: Fecamp in France, Mouscron in Belgium and Rhinefelden in Germany.
A crowd of people gathered at Barry Memo Arts Centre to hear how they could make where they live or work more age-friendly.
Two authors were thrilled to introduce their recently published novels at a book launch in Barry
CCTV monitoring in the Vale of Glamorgan will increase as part of an enhanced service agreed by the Council this week.
Her Worship The Mayor of the Vale of Glamorgan, Councillor Janice Charles, is pleased to announce that she will be holding regular charity coffee mornings.
A warning has been issued to people living in Bridgend, Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan, as July marks Scams Awareness Month.
A warning has been issued to rogue traders, as more than 114 fake Justin Bieber t-shirts and hoodies were seized during the popstar’s live concert in Cardiff.
All trainee wizards and witches passed with flying colours. A spellbinding event was held at Barry Library to mark the 20th anniversary of the debut of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
The Mayor of the Vale of Glamorgan, Councillor Janice Charles was absolutely delighted to be invited to present annual certificates and awards to Bryn Hafren Pupils at their recent presentations evening.
Over £2, 200 has been raised by a charity that helps physically disabled residents in the Vale of Glamorgan.