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Shared Regulatory Services is advising businesses to proceed with caution when selling e-cigarette chargers to consumers, after more than half of the products they recently surveyed failed safety tests.
A VALE of Glamorgan Council employee has been praised for his vigilance after reporting a suspected theft at Colcot Sports Centre to the police.
THE VALE of Glamorgan Council’s Sports and Play Development team have been working hard to organise and promote a range of sports coaching and fitness-related courses and workshops for residents across the Vale.
Work is now underway on a new community garden and nature area at Cemetery Approach in Barry.
BARRY Library is set to launch an exciting new open access system, allowing members to use its facilities outside normal staffed hours.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council-led Barry Communities First, in partnership with Public Health Wales, will be re-launching the highly successful Foodwise course this New Year.
The unsung heroes guiding Vale youngsters safely across our roads twice a day have been given the recognition they deserve.
Embark on a new adventure and come to The BIG Volunteering Fayre.
Celebrate with the library at King Square on 13th and 14th January.
Survey monitoring equipment put in place last month to help identify the cause of cracks to the Penarth Head viewing platform has been tampered with by vandals, delaying the work of the Vale of Glamorgan Council to address the problem.
Some of Barry Library’s best customers joined staff for coffee and cake this week to celebrate the library’s tenth birthday.
A new year often brings with it many residents across the Vale resolving to improve their fitness. This is why the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s Sports and Play Development team have been updating the details of local sport and physical activity clubs on offer in the area.
Cosmeston Countryside Volunteers is bidding to bag a cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.
A BRAND new running group aimed at beginners is set to get more Vale of Glamorgan girls ‘on the move’.
A number of new sports sessions for young people will be starting in January. Delivered by the Vale of Glamorgan Council, in partnership with local voluntary organisations, the new sessions are part of the local authority’s plan to get more young people than ever taking part in sport in 2017.
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