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Coronavirus Updates 2020
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council has introduced 20mph speed restrictions to three villages in an effort to improve safety and encourage active travel.
A nature emergency has been declared by the Vale of Glamorgan Council in a bid to protect biodiversity in the county.
Joanne Jones and Julia Sky from the Council's Healthy Living Team and Jane Carter from Flying Start have all been recognised as Care Stars in the Social Care Wales Care Stars Awards
The Vale of Glamorgan Council's Community Investment and Neighbourhood Services teams will work in partnership with the Vale Local Nature Partnership to deliver the project.
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council has made arrangements for two boats to be removed from Barry Harbour.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is set to become a champion of diversity in local government in Wales by formally agreeing a Diverse Council Declaration.
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council has introduced a new lighting system to Bryn y Don Skatepark in Dinas Powys meaning users can enjoy the facility for longer.
The Vale Public Services Board (PSB) is asking people to take part in a survey that will help guide work to improve the wellbeing of communities.
Residents of selected streets are being encouraged to apply for free parking permits as the Vale of Glamorgan Council looks to manage the introduction of parking charges to two town centres on September 1.
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council's Cabinet has approved proposals to help tackle the climate emergency it declared in 2019.
This was following a campaign run by the Council's Electoral Registration team, Welsh Government, the Electoral Reform and the Electoral Commission.
Cadoxton Primary School won the community and collaboration award at the tes school awards held on Friday 25 June.
Visitors can now visit the Vale of Glamorgan Council's renowned gallery to view the Arts in Isolation exhibition.
BELLE Vue Pavilion will be transformed into an ultra-modern community space if proposals for a major redevelopment are approved.
PEOPLE living in areas of Penarth, Barry, Cowbridge and Ogmore-by-Sea will shortly be able to apply for free residents parking permits as the Vale of Glamorgan Council prepares to introduce new measures to tackle the problem of displacement parking.