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Rescued owl

Residents, Council and Wellbeing Merthyr staff sprang into action yesterday when a Tawny Owl was spotted caught up in fishing line on the island in Cyfarthfa Park Lake. After walkers Andrea and Nigel…

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Kirsty Williams , the Education Minister announced at lunchtime today that the autumn term in Wales for schools will start on September 1st. It is recognised that schools will need time to plan, reorg…

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Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council (MTCBC) has today welcomed plans by the Education Minister to allow schools that can do so to safely reopen from the first week of September, with all schools to…

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A campaign launches today across Wales to encourage people to contact social services if they are worried that a family member, friend or neighbour is at risk of abuse, neglect and harm. Social Servic…

Bourne Home Furniture

Merthyr Tydfil furniture dealer Chris Bourne’s family business has not only managed to survive the challenge from Coronavirus, it’s also been able to emerge from it looking stronger than before. Bourn…

Start up grants

New Merthyr Tydfil businesses struggling to cope with the impact of Coronavirus are now able to apply for one-off awards of £2,500 from Welsh Government’s new Start-Up Grant scheme. The £5m fund is de…

public health wales

Important Covid-19 information and advice for employers and employees is now available on the Healthy Working Wales website. The site brings together a raft of information from UK Government, Welsh Go…

business health check

Merthyr Tydfil council officers have helped local companies access over £12.5m in Welsh Government grants and are helping them plan for recovery using a business health check questionnaire. To date, m…

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As lockdown restrictions continue to ease, businesses and building owners are reminded to check the maintenance of their premises as they reopen. The Public Health Team at Merthyr Tydfil CBC are raisi…

public health wales

STATEMENT24 June 2020Public Health Wales is reminding the public and media that no outbreak has so far been declared at the Kepak Merthyr meat processing site in Merthyr Tydfil. Welsh health minister…

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