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Shoppers can once again enjoy FREE parking in Rhondda Cynon Taf throughout December. The special festive treat will remove some of the Christmas shopping hassle as all Rhondda Cynon Taf Council owned or managed car parks will be free to use for the entire month of December after 10am. County Borough Councillor Andrew Morgan, Leader of […]

The 60th anniversary of the Lewis Merthyr Colliery disaster has been marked at Rhondda Heritage Park, the site of the former colliery, with a commemorative event. Among those who attended the event on Tuesday (November 22) was former miner Ivor England, who was working at the Lewis Merthyr Colliery at the time of the disaster. […]

A special event has taken place to posthumously confer the Freedom of the County Borough in memory of champion boxer, the late David William Dower MBE. The event took place at Abercynon Community School on Friday (November 18th), attended by family members and invited guests. Welsh boxing legend David ‘Dai’ Dower passed away earlier this […]

15th November 2016

Around 250 young people attended the re-launch of the Council’s Youth Engagement and Participation Service Young People’s website, Aimed at young people living within Rhondda Cynon Taf, aged 11 to 25 years, the event took place at Rhondda Sports Centre, which included Theatrical Make-up and DJ workshops, 5×60 sports activities such as Parkour and […]

A public service to unveil the new Llantrisant War Memorial was held at the Bull Ring on Armistice Day. More than 200 people gathered for the Service at 11am on November 11 to remember those from the local community who made the ultimate sacrifice during war and conflict. All of their names are recorded on […]

A public service to unveil the new Llantrisant War Memorial will take place at the Bull Ring on Armistice Day. Following nine years of work and research, the Llantrisant War Memorial will be unveiled to the public for the first time on Friday, November 11, at 11am, by Rhondda Cynon Taf Council and the Llantrisant […]

Town centres and Villages across Rhondda Cynon Taf have been benefiting from Rhondda Cynon Taf Council’s multi-million-pound (£23m) Highways, Transportation, Infrastructures and Strategic Projects Investment Programme as part of RCTinvest. Six town centres have benefited from £300,000 worth of investment, which includes a much improved streetscape for the areas. Mountain Ash, Pontypridd, Aberdare, Porth, Tonypandy […]

Pack up your knapsacks, lace up your boots and head along to the theatre this festive season for yet another traditional family pantomime packed with lots of laughs, magic, and an all-star cast. The Council is bringing Dick Whittington to both the newly-refurbished Coliseum Theatre in Aberdare and Park & Dare Theatre in Treorchy throughout […]

Ambitious plans to redevelop the former Taff Vale precinct site in Pontypridd have been approved this week. Following the Cabinet’s decision last year to support the major development of the town centre site with a £1.5M investment, It has now approved plans, based on expert commercial advice received, for a three-building, office-led development which will […]

A further £220,000 is is being invested in bus stop improvements, to improve facilities for passengers in Rhondda Cynon Taf bringing total investment in this area to £500,000. Refurbishment of local bus stops is continuing in Rhondda Cynon Taf thanks to the Council securing a further £136,200 grant on top of the £264,800 it secured […]

22nd September 2016

Transport users in the Rhondda area are now benefiting from a £1.8m investment as the Porth “Park and Ride” project is officially opened. Rhondda Cynon Taf Council was granted funding from the Welsh Government’s Cardiff Capital Region Metro project to construct the new facility in Porth, which now provides 73 park and ride spaces. The project […]

The Mountain Ash Footbridge has been successfully repaired, restored and painted following an investment by the council as part of the £200m RCTinvest programme. This important footbridge is the main link for Mountain Ash Comprehensive school pupils to cross the busy A4059 as well as the general public. Following the investment the footbridge is now […]