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During Refugee Week 20th - 26th June 2022, Cardiff celebrates three of the city's primary schools becoming official Schools of Sanctuary.
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With petrol prices set to hit £2 a litre, food inflation predicted to reach a 20-year high of 11% this summer and gas and electricity bills rocketing, the UK is facing a cost of living crisis
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Cardiff is to celebrate the life and work of murdered MP Jo Cox by staging a Great Get Together in one of the city’s most culturally diverse suburbs
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Members of the public are invited to share their views on works associated with the establishment of a new joint education campus to be located in the Fairwater area of the city.
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Cardiff Food and Drink Festival – one of the most popular free events in the summer calendar – returns in July for the first time since the pandemic
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Residents of Cathays in Cardiff have been able to enjoy a new look local park this weekend as Maindy (Gelligaer Street) Park re-opened to the public following major improvement works.
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Cardiff Council's plans to deliver a series of proposals to expand and improve provision for children and young people with Additional Learning Needs (ALN) are progressing.
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Two of Cardiff’s most iconic buildings will be ablaze with colour this month to celebrate the city’s role in Foster Care Fortnight.
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Cardiff Council wants to hear from Cardiff’s young people on key local topics that matter to them.
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Lansdowne Primary School Headteacher Michelle Jones and her Deputy Head, Catherine Cooper have won first prize in the St David's Awards, the national awards of Wales.
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Nakeisha Sheppard is certainly someone who enjoys her work but then, as Cardiff Council’s first Play Officer Trainee that’s hardly a surprise.
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The English-Speaking Union Primary School Competition saw ten Cardiff primary schools compete against each other in a series of debates which took place at Howells School recently.
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Thousands of children and young people across Cardiff have taken advantage of eight weeks of leisure, sports and cultural events held in the city as part of the Winter of Wellbeing festival
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A new exhibition of artistic work by young people from Cardiff with experience of being in care will open next week in St David’s Centre
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The changing needs of those living in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan, including some early insights into the impact of the pandemic, are outlined in a major new report.
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Cardiff Council has unveiled a series of innovative measures, including free driving lessons, to attract new recruits into its social care services.