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Did you know that food waste can be turned into renewable energy? It’s a crazy thought, but if everyone in Wales recycled just one banana skin, it could create enough energy to power the Principality…

Abnormal vehicle Jan 2024 (1)

We have been advised by Allelys, the haulage company responsible for transporting the abnormal load vehicle, that the third and final transportation is scheduled to take place on Wednesday 28 February…

council tax update

This week, Councillors of Merthyr Tydfil CBC received the draft budget proposals for the next financial year, 2024/2025. Based on funding from Welsh Government of £123.2m there is still a shortfall of…

Haystack Press Release Pic

The Haystack Café, a Welsh farm-style café and coffee shop, is set to open its second venue in Merthyr Tydfil and will be based within the former Howfields Bakery building on the High Street. The owne…

Mayor and Leader

Today, Merthyr Tydfil Leisure Centre hosted a free sports event, specifically aimed at promoting disability sport and inclusive opportunities across Merthyr Tydfil. The event was organised by Active M…

Welsh Music Day

‘Merthyr Forever’, our song written especially for the Borough, rang out across our social media channels on Friday February 9th. We really did 'join together as one’ for Welsh Music Day, as it was ce…

Abnormal Load Pic

We have been advised by Allelys, the haulage company responsible for transporting the abnormal load vehicle, that the second of the transportations are scheduled to take place on Tuesday 20 February 2…

Eisteddfod

On the evening of Friday 26th January, pupils across Merthyr Tydfil attended the Cardiff Eisteddfod for an evening full of competitions, Welsh Language and culture. A total of 44 medals were awarded t…

Pantysgallog

Pantysgallog Primary has been working with UNICEF over the past five years, and has recently been awarded the prestigious Gold Award after working through the Bronze and Silver awards. The award is gr…

Bus Station

The Welsh Government’s Bus Transition Fund, which supported bus services across Wales during and since the pandemic, comes to an end on 31st March 2024. Bus patronage levels are still nowhere near pre…

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