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Showing news stories from January 2019

Bridgend County Borough Council have teamed up with local organisations such as the Wallich and Gwalia and other partners to support rough sleepers again this winter.We are working in partnership to make sure that homeless people have a warm, safe place to sleep and can access a range of ...

Bridgend County Borough Council will once again mark Holocaust Memorial Day with a free public event to commemorate the victims and honour the survivors of the Holocaust and subsequent genocides.In partnership with Bridgend College, the event will take place at the Sony Theatre, Bridgend on Wednesday 23 January at ...

The largest business property development scheme ever undertaken by Bridgend County Borough Council is underway.Carwyn Jones AM joined councillors and officers at Village Farm industrial estate in Pyle to view the £5.5m plans for the Enterprise Hub Programme.Utilising £2.3m EU funding and contributions from Welsh Government ...

Following the news that Bridgend Ford was meeting with trade unions to discuss potential job losses, Bridgend County Borough Council confirmed it stands ready to support the organisation and its employees.Cllr Huw David, Leader, has contacted senior managers at the plant to offer the authority's assistance.At the same ...

A riverside section of the Craig y Parcau local nature reserve in Bridgend is now more accessible to walkers following a series of improvements.Found next to Newbridge Fields on the opposite side of the river to the sports pitches, Craig y Parcau is an area of woodland which can ...

New Welsh-medium childcare provision will be created in Bettws, Bridgend, Porthcawl and the Ogmore Valley to help increase the number of Welsh speaking families in Bridgend County Borough.Nationally, the Welsh Government has a target of achieving a million Welsh speakers by 2050. To help support this target, they made ...

Taxi fares will change in Bridgend County Borough next week after a new pricing proposal suggested by licensed drivers was agreed. A number of taxi drivers have argued that fares should be increased for the first time since 2011 due to the rise in cost of livingcoupled with the cost ...

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