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Dame Judi Dench and Oscar-winner Jim Broadbent are among a string of A-list stars set to be filming at Penarth Pier over the next few days
Children and young people in Penarth recently took part in an art workshop in efforts to raise awareness of The Kymin grounds
Cogan Primary School in Pill St Penarth was judged as excellent in care support and guidance and leadership and management in a 2018 Estyn Report
Congratulations to Cosmeston Lakes Country Park and Medieval Village, Porthkerry Country Park and Gladstone Park for receiving their first Green Flag Awards
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has successfully removed Travellers from Stalling Down in Cowbridge after taking legal action.
Ten Vale of Glamorgan Council workers are gearing up to run the Barry Island 10k in support of the Mayor's Foundation – with a Paralympic gold medallist among them.
An exhibition of GCSE and A level art work by Bryn Hafren and Barry Comprehensive School pupils is on display at Art Central Gallery
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has taken swift action following the unauthorised occupation of the Cowbridge Common by Travellers
A volunteering day saw 75 people from Colcot in Barry unite to paint railings as part of an on-going project to revamp Margaret Avenue into a community garden.
Recent figures published by Welsh Government revealed that the number of young people who are Not in Education Employment or Training has reduced significantly across the Vale of Glamorgan
People living in the Vale of Glamorgan are being warned not to lose their voice on matters that affect them and to look out for their voter registration details in the post
An EqualiTeas workshop hosted by the Vale Council's Electoral Registration Team in conjunction with the Youth Participation, invited groups to debate and share their views on the equal right to vote.
The owner of a takeaway restaurant in Barry has been fined for creating a dish that carried a significant risk of harm or death
Visitors to Rhoose Point are being warned that they risk death, serious injury and fines of up to £500 if they jump off ledges into the water of the old quarry area below.