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This years Christmas card competition held by The Mayor of the Vale of Glamorgan saw hundreds of entries sent in from children all over the county
A total of seven organisations have received grants from the Vale Mayors Foundation Grant Fund in time for the New Year
Vale Mayor Councillor Leighton Rowlands visited the Vales Delivery Office to see first hand the operation of delivering Christmas post
An exhibition showcasing shorelines and docklands of west Wales by artist Philip Muirden is on display at Art Central Gallery
This years Christmas lunch at Castleland Community Centre saw 32 residents enjoy the annual event
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has announced its intention to build a new 7m Welsh medium primary school in Barry with capacity for 420 school pupils and 96 nursery places
Members of the Saving Sully and Lavernock Group have donated a defibrillator to Cosmeston Lakes Country Park as part of their life saving project
An exhibition based on an autograph book created by a Voluntary Aid Detachment nurse from World War One is on show at Penarth library
A total of 10 Vale organisations have been successful in securing Community Chest funding to develop new and further expand existing sports opportunities
The Vale of Glamorgan Council will ensure house buyers due to complete on purchases from developers at Barry Waterfront before Christmas will not be affected as it begins enforcement action
Sickness levels at the Vale of Glamorgan Council have significantly dropped after the local authority took a number of steps to address the matter.
Chloe Cotter from Penarth was randomly selected from Road Safety Wales as the winner of the latest Pass Plus Cymru quarterly prize draw
Information and guidance for waste and recycling collections this Christmas and New Year period
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