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An art exhibition to commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War is on display at Art central Gallery
Visitors to the Council's Civic Offices in Barry are being asked to use the main pedestrian entrance into reception while exterior works take place to the front of the building.
Vale residents are being warned of fake charity collectors cold calling at their homes following a number of reports made to south Wales Police
A number of Vale residents have been contacted by scammers pretending to be from Environmental Health or Welsh Water.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is continuing its support for the Royal British Legion by holding a wreath laying ceremony to commemorate Armistice Day on Friday 9 November.
The Vale Councils Play Development team has organised a day of free disability session
A number of public and professional events have been organised in and around the Vale for November's National Safeguarding Week (NSGW), as this year's awareness-raising programme focuses on the theme of exploitation.
Independent Members are appointed for a period of between four and six years and may be appointed for a further consecutive term of up to four years.
The Big Wrap is working with the Vale of Glamorgan Council to provide gifts to disadvantaged children across the county.
A fleet of nine gritters is now on standby 24 hours a day in the Vale, along with a stockpile of 4000 tonnes of salt as the Council's winter maintenance team prepare to keep the county moving during another cold winter
Cllr Leighton Rowlands has praised the organisers of Barry Parkrun after hundreds of runners took part in a special run on Saturday
Members of Barry Bike Club at Ty Iolo Barry were awarded for their hard work at the clubs final session of the year
A handmade knitted poppy curtain is on display at Barry library to honour the Royal British Legion
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The Improvement Plan Part 2 reports on the Council's performance over the previous year, using a range of national and local data.
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council has upgraded its housing stock to reach Welsh Housing Quality Standards two years ahead of schedule following a £92 million investment
Over the coming year you will see some changes to the look and functionality of the Council's website
Members of Barry Youth Action helped to install colourful littler bins following concerns that litter was ruining school routes and diminishing the sense of pride in their town
The Vales Community Support team played their third annual football match to help raise awareness of World Mental Health Day
A total of eleven organisations were recently successful in securing Community Chest funding to develop and extend sports opportunities in the Vale
An exhibition revealing the history of the merchant seamen who travelled to the Vale is on display at Barry library
Glamorgan Voluntary Service has emerged as the successful bidder to run a community enterprise at Llantwit Major Youth Centre
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council is helping Barry traders explore the possibility of making the town centre a Business Improvement District
Primary school children from across the Vale were awarded for reading six books in this years Mischief Makers Summer Reading Challenge
A report to look at the needs of local farmers and determine whether a viable livestock market is needed in the region has been published
Pupils and staff at St Nicholas Church in Wales Primary School recently took part in an ICE Bridges to Schools initiative
The Vale of Glamorgan Councils catering department is aiming to include fresh local produce to provide nutritious school meals
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has published a Leisure Strategy in an effort to promote healthy living throughout the county
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has committed another 100000 to community initiatives in the County through its Strong Communities Grant Fund taking the total spend on such projects to 428000 since April last year
A record number of men proudly walked a mile in womens shoes to show their support for White Ribbon the campaign to eradicate violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence
LOUGHER Place play area in St Athan was officially opened at a celebration event held by local community organisation Saints last weekend
The team at Vale of Glamorgan Council and Legacy Leisure are looking for ten international sports performers to join their Sports Academy scheme