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Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has now completed all work to deliver streetlighting and footway improvements throughout Ynysangharad War Memorial Park in Pontypridd, using significant Valleys Regional Park funding. Works have progressed throughout 2021 to deliver the £1.199m investment in the much-loved Pontypridd park – using £1.185m from Welsh Government via the Valleys Regional Park, and […]

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is reminding residents of the upcoming work in Abercynon which requires the B4275 at Ynysmeurig Bridge to close – with temporary local bus arrangements also coming into effect when the scheme starts on Wednesday. During June, the Council gave advanced notice of the work, which requires a road closure of the […]

Valley Veterans Chief Executive Paul Bromwell has been honoured at the inaugural Aneurin Bevan People’s NHS Awards. Mr Bromwell, who lives in Rhondda, has been presented with the Aneurin Bevan Community Care Award, in recognition of his work in Rhondda Cynon Taf, supporting the Armed Forces community. A former Welsh Guardsman and Falkland Islands campaigner, […]

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has said it will shortly undertake significant work to upgrade three drainage gullies on the A4059 between Mountain Ash and Abercynon – to give greater resilience at a low spot which has a history of flooding, including recently in Storm Dennis. The scheme includes converting the existing gully covers into larger […]

New guidance has been issued to help local authorities to plan, design and deliver high quality walking and cycling routes across Wales.  The Active Travel Act Guidance brings together previous advice and feedback from a public consultation and clearly sets out what is expected from councils when they are designing new infrastructure with Welsh Government […]

Three quarters of people in Wales have now had both doses of the coronavirus vaccine, the Minister for Health and Social Services, Eluned Morgan has announced. The latest of figures show that after 7 months 1,892,082 people have had both vaccines and completed the course and 2,279,139people or 90.3% of the country have had their […]

Temperatures are set to soar up to 32C this weekend as people are urged to stay safe in the heat. Forecasters believe Sunday could be the hottest day of the year – and that this could be the warmest weekend so far. A health alert has been issued with high temperatures predicted to be “widespread across the […]

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has marked the start of the construction phase for £4.5m works at Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Aberdâr – which will introduce first-class facilities and a new childcare setting at the school. Cabinet Member Councillor Ann Crimmings, representing Councillor Joy Rosser, Cabinet Member for Education and Inclusion Services, visited the Cwmdare school on Wednesday, […]

The UK Government will undermine devolution if they establish freeports in Scotland and Wales without reaching agreement with devolved governments, according to Scottish and Welsh Ministers. Despite both devolved governments remaining committed to working with the UK Government, UK Ministers have signaled their intention to move forward without devolved consent and have failed to provide […]

With the Coronavirus Pandemic putting a stop to Live music around the world for most of 2020/21, it is with a huge sigh and with many fingers crossed that The South can get back on the road and do what they do best – perform the songs of that great British pop institution, The Beautiful […]

As the summer holidays begin, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething will today visit Dŵr Cymru’s Llys y Frân Lake in Pembrokeshire to officially open its newly redeveloped visitor attraction and recreational facilities. The new development will be a boost for the regional economy as it provides facilities where people can participate in water-based activities and new […]

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council could agree the submission of a business case to Welsh Government to secure new 21st Century Schools funding – to provide brand new buildings for primary schools in Llantwit Fardre, Llantrisant and Pontyclun by 2024. A report to the Cabinet meeting on Tuesday, July 20, provides an update on the Council’s funding bid through […]