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A Merthyr Tydfil make-up artist has brushed off opposition from across the country to pick up a top national beauty accolade. Jessicca Pulman won the Make-up Specialist of the Year category in the Wel…

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Merthyr Tydfil’s popular outdoor market has grown in size this week as part of a national annual celebration of street markets. Love Your Local Market Week, which runs until Tuesday, May 31, has seen …

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The staff, children and families at Cyfarthfa High School are celebrating the fact that their school has been awarded the Investors in Families quality mark. The award (full details are available at h…

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Following the recent court ruling in response to the issuing of a Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN) for a holiday taken during term time, there have been many queries regarding term time absences.  In order …

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Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council’s revised recycling scheme has now been in place for 12 months – and we are delighted to report that we have seen great improvements in the quality of the recycli…

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Yesterday saw the inaugural meeting of the Cwm Taf Public Services Board, held at the Llantrisant Headquarters of the South Wales Fire and Rescue Service. Cwm Taf is the first area in Wales to establi…

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POSSIB: Lleisiau Mewn Celf / Voices in Art and schools in North Merthyr present: The Big Dance Schools Pledge 6 SCHOOLS; 500 PUPILS AND STAFF FROM NORTH MERTHYR TO PERFORM A MASS PIECE OF CHOROEGRAPHY…

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Local suppliers are being offered the chance to test-trade in Merthyr Tydfil as part of a national annual celebration of street markets. Love Your Local Market Week from May 17-31 will see five local …

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Merthyr Tydfil Farmers’ Market – the only regular event of its kind in the South Wales Valleys - is set to expand with the addition of a further six traders. The monthly market at Graham Way on the Hi…

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On the 23rd March, 2016 at Merthyr Tydfil Magistrates Court, Buildserv Insulation Limited was sentenced to a fine of £2,500, costs in the sum of £2095.49 and a victim surcharge in the sum of £120 for …

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