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Splash of colour

The Town Council brings some colour to the town centre each summer by  funding hanging baskets and planters. The annual cost is in excess of £12000. The plants are supplied from Boverton Nurseries of Llantwit Major. J S Lee, Facilities Services of Mynyddislwyn are contracted by the Town Council to install the baskets and planters […]

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Covid 19 Tests

There are 2 different types of coronavirus tests. Symptoms – Book a test online, call 119, or via the NHS Covid 19 app Symptoms test No symptoms – If you volunteer, can’t work from home or are an unpaid carer, get rapid tests. No symptoms test

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When Molly met the Mayor

Molly met the Mayor The Mayor has been interviewed by Molly Latham a pupil at Cwrt Rawlins School. Molly wanted to know what is like to be the Mayor. Molly is going to present her interview to the school and the Mayor has invited the school to present ideas for the future of the town.

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Senedd Election 2021

If you are over 16 and call Wales home use your voice on 6 May 2021 by voting in the Senedd Election. What happens in the Senedd Election On 6 May 2021 the people of Wales will decide who their Members of the Senedd are going to be for the next five years. Voting in […]

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Latest Grants Awarded

At the Town Council meeting on 15th February 2021 it was agreed to make a donation of £1000 to the Friends of Aneurin Bevan University Health Board who have launched a fundraising campaign to raise £200,000 for additional facilities the NHS is unable to provide at the new Unified Breast Unit which is due to […]

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Keep Wales Safe

Please be aware there is no need to pay for a Covid 19 vaccine. Vaccines are organised by the local health boards in Wales. Anyone online offering a vaccine is likely to be a scam, be cautious. If in any doubt check with your GP surgery,

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Keep Wales Safe

The Keep Wales Safe Campaign is being led by Welsh Government. The campaign is aimed at promoting messages in relation to the ongoing pandemic, including the use of healthcare services in Wales, during these unprecedented times. Campaign materials The folder contains: Accessing the NHS Dr Frank Atherton, Chief Medical Officer, Welsh Government Help us help […]

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Latest Grants Awarded

At the Town Council meeting on 18 January 2021 a grant of £150 was awarded to the 3rd Caerphilly St Martin’s Guides and Rangers towards the ongoing costs of running the group, and a grant of £250 was awarded to the Castle View Community Group towards the refurbishment of wildflower beds, pond maintenance, tools and […]

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Nadolig Llawen

The last few months have been difficult as the pandemic has impacted on all our lives. With the latest lockdown restrictions it will not be the Christmas that we are used to. While the normal family and friends  get togethers will be curtailed  I do hope you have a safe and happy Christmas and with […]

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Remembrance Day 2020

Remembrance Day services in 2020 were affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The Town Mayor, Mike Prew, attended at the Caerphilly Cenotaph to lay a wreath on behalf of the Town Council.

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