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Caerphilly County Borough Council has announced amendments to the allocation criteria for artificial pitches. This decision reflects the evolving landscape of Rugby and Football and accommodates changes made by the respective governing bodies. The allocation criteria will come into practice from June 2024 in preparation for the winter booking...
Bus timetables and amended timetables as of 1st April.
Year 6 learners across primary schools with the county borough have recently attended the Crucial Crew event.
Caerphilly County Borough Council has announced plans which could transform secondary education in the Upper Rhymney Valley over the next few years.
The opening of a new market development in the heart of Caerphilly town centre is to be postponed.
A memorial garden in Senghenydd, which commemorates those who died in the worst disaster in the history of British mining, has been given the “recognition it deserves” and formally acknowledged by the Welsh Government as the National Mining Disaster Memorial Garden of Wales.