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On October 15 2019, a Welsh National Day to celebrate Diwrnod ShwMae Su’Mae took place in Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council.  The purpose of the day is to say ShwMae Su’mae to people!  This is a N…

Destination Day 2019

Merthyr Tydfil’s tourism success story is continuing apace, with the sector having a £100m economic impact locally in 2018 – an increase of almost £30m from the previous year. The 35.4% rise was due t…

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Each Monday the Early Help Hub have an information stall based in the reception of the one stop shop within the Civic Centre. Come and see what services are available to families within the Merthyr Ty…

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Governors have agreed to establish a formal school federation between Bedlinog Community Primary School and Trelewis Primary School. Bedlinog Community Primary School and Trelewis Primary  School have…

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The Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) has agreed to allocate funds to support the development of projects and ideas which can stimulate and help future-proof the economy of Bridgend following the announcem…

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Merthyr Tydfil residents are being invited to attend a ‘story morning’ with the architects’ team designing plans for the proposed Cyfarthfa international industrial heritage centre. Ian Ritchie Archit…

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Merthyr Tydfil residents are being asked to help the County Borough Council achieve its aim of getting more people active by taking part in a consultation exercise. The Council has drawn-up a three-ye…

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Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council has welcomed the announcement of £700,000 for Cyfarthfa Park as part of Welsh Government’s Valleys Regional Park ‘Discovery Gateways’ plans. The money will be use…

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We’re thrilled to have been ranked #1 in the UK on the Eunomia Recycling Carbon Index! The Index shows which local authorities’ recycling activities are delivering the greatest carbon benefits; ultima…

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Merthyr Tydfil voluntary and community groups are being urged to apply for funding of up to £500,000 towards projects benefitting local residents. The Ffos-y-fran Community Benefit Fund Large Panel, w…

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