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Coronavirus Updates 2020
Three school staff from the Vale of Glamorgan are in the running for recognition at the fourth annual Professional Teaching Awards Cymru.
As of next week, town centres in the Vale of Glamorgan will have new coronavirus safety signage installed in the form of bollard covers.
Art Central Gallery is set to reopen on Tuesday following a comprehensive risk assessment and with strict safety measures in place
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council has begun processing self-isolation payments for those on low incomes who cannot work from home
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council is supporting White Ribbon Day this Wednesday (25 November), a national campaign to raise awareness of male violence against women.
Sports teams at Palmerston Primary School are to be sponsored by Forces Fitness Ltd
Work has begun on a new school building at St David's Primary in Colwinston
Llancarfan Primary School will become one of the first net-zero carbon schools in Wales
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has unveiled plans to build 11 units of temporary accommodation as part of a £20 million Welsh Government plan to tackle homelessness.
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council has unveiled plans to build 11 units of temporary accommodation as part of a £20 million Welsh Government plan to tackle homelessness
Staff at New Horizons and Rondel House day services merged during the Covid-19 lockdown to continue to deliver support to their service users.
The Vale Parenting Service has been working with families to build on their strengths and make positive changes since 2018.
CLIVE Ruggles will deliver a talk about stalking and coercive control
The first public electric bike share scheme in Wales has been launched
The shared communication and contact centre platform could be the quickest and most cost-efficient way for LA's to achieve 30% home-working aims.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council will be investing more than £85,000 to refurbish Treoes play area.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has agreed to market the Barry Island Station building
The Armistice Day wreath laying ceremony and two-minute silence were held on the Civic Office Forecourt in Barry
A walk-in COVID-19 testing facility is to open in Barry town centre in response to rapidly rising case numbers in the Vale of Glamorgan.
A Vale of Glamorgan Council employee has been nominated as a finalist in the National Care Awards in the Care Housekeeper 2020 category.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has helped allocate nearly £25,000 through the Welsh Church Act Fund so far this year and is now inviting further grant applications.
Vale of Glamorgan Council received more than £10 million to spend on community projects during the last financial year.
The First Minister has today set out aspects of the new national measures that will come into place in Wales from 09 November, when the firebreak comes to an end.