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The Vale of Glamorgan Council has taken many steps in coastal areas over recent weeks to respond to the coronavirus pandemic and protect the public from the spread of the virus. However, the easing of lockdown has seen a significant increase in visitors to the Vale of Glamorgan's coastal locations.
Vale of Glamorgan Council-run libraries are now offering a click and collect service allowing members to borrow books, audiobooks and DVDs.
Statements from the Leader and Managing Director of the Council on antisocial behavior at Barry Island
Statements from Neil Moore, Leader of the Vale of Glamorgan Council and Rob Thomas, Managing Director.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has helped establish a new lighting installation within the railway tunnel between Broad Street and Hood Road in Barry.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has introduced a range of measures to keep visitors safe when visiting our town centres
The Vale of Glamorgan Council, alongside Art Central Friends, is inviting people to submit examples of art produced during the coronavirus lockdown to feature in an online exhibition.
The Vale of Glamorgan Arts Development Program and Art Central Friends are inviting you to submit your work for a virtual exhibition.
Today, I have asked officers to begin work to proactively review all statues and commemorations, including street names, public buildings and plaques, in the Vale of Glamorgan
Vale of Glamorgan schools will be given support on how to operate safely when they reopen later this month through an app designed by ISG
As an Authority, we have long made clear our absolute and unequivocal opposition to racism and discrimination of any kind
Vale of Glamorgan Mayor, Cllr Christine Cave, will be taking part in the D-Day Memorial Race to mark 76 years since the Normandy landings
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has urged businesses to apply for the financial support they are entitled to before time runs out
Carbon Reduction Officer Jenifer Green is not just environmentally friendly – her good nature prompted a switch to the Vale of Glamorgan Council's Crisis Support Team where she helps the most vulnerable during the coronavirus crisis
Cllr Lis Burnett, Vale of Glamorgan Council Cabinet Member for Education and Regeneration, attended a turf-cutting ceremony to mark the start of redevelopment work at Pencoedtre High School
To mark Carers Week 2020, Carers Services in the Vale of Glamorgan have gathered some resources to support carers. Some these have been developed specifically in response to the Coronavirus crisis.
Vale of Glamorgan Council Leader Neil Moore has praised volunteers for the contribution they are making during the coronavirus outbreak