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Adult Community Learning Cardiff has developed a range of exciting new learning opportunities, with courses due to start next month.
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Pupils across Cardiff have today received their A-Level results, many of which have been delivered virtually due to COVID-19.
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An announcement from Cabinet Member for Children and Families, Cllr Graham Hinchey:
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A new £26.5m district-heating network, which will use underground pipes to transport heat from an energy recovery facility to businesses and homes in Cardiff, has secured £15m to begin the first phase of works.
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The Afro Brazilian percussion troop ‘Barracwda’ have found an alternative home for their rehearsal at the temporary outdoor courts in Bute Park near Blackweir changing rooms.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: the Race Equality Taskforce is seeking applications for membership and views on what its priorities should be; there's still time to have a say on the Tudor Street improvement plans...
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The news you might have missed from Cardiff Council over the last seven days (10th August)
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Welcome to the last update of the week from Cardiff Council, covering: new safety measures introduced in Cardiff Bay; another 21 play areas to reopen; COVID safety measures introduced at four district shopping centres; CF11 Fitness...
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Cardiff residents are the happiest in Wales with their council's services a new Welsh Government survey has revealed.
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CF11 Fitness, the council-operated leisure centre at Channel View, will re-open from Monday, August 10th.
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A further 21 children's play areas in Cardiff, including the popular facility at Roath Park Lake, are to be re-opened this weekend. Once these facilities are open it will mean 91 sites across the city are available to use.
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Work on adapting four of Cardiff’s district shopping centres to help businesses trade safely through the COVID pandemic and to enable visitors to adhere to social-distancing regulations is set to begin.
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Cardiff’s exciting new dining out experience on Castle Street officially opened to the public on Friday and got off to a phenomenal start generating over £80,000 for the local economy.
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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: the first weekend of the new Castle Quarter Café; the latest on ‘Time for Real Change', the campaign aimed at building on the success in helping vulnerable people off the streets; annual canvass..
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The news you might have missed from Cardiff Council over the last seven days (3rd August)
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Welcome to the last update of the week from Cardiff Council, covering: the opening of the Castle Quarter Café; pop-up cycle ways coming to Cardiff; another 20 play areas to open; more community Hubs opening up; and, thanks to Llanover Hall...