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A group of 8 pupils from Trinity Fields School recently took part in a hike to the summit of Pen y Fan in order to raise money for a charity called Bigmoose, as part of their Duke of Edinburgh volunteering work.
Caerphilly’s Leader, Cllr. Sean Morgan, has said that lessons have been learned from Caerphilly’s rollout of the UK wide ‘No Mow May’ campaign and has committed to a review, in order to strike the right balance.
Wales international and football icon Aaron Ramsey opened the ‘Cruyff Court Aaron Ramsey’ at Trinity Fields School & Resource Centre today.
Optrain Ltd is a local business that was established in 2004, offering training to the construction industry. They incorporate digital learning through a combination of worksite conditions with realistic controls, enabling hands-on learning, and enhancing traditional operator programmes.
Pro Athlete Supplementation (PAS) Nutrition is a sports nutrition company based in Rhymney, founded in 2006 by Jonathan Williams, BSc, WRU National Squad Nutritionist and Darren Campbell, MBE, Olympic Gold and Silver Medallist.
Caerphilly County Borough Council is thrilled to announce that it has been shortlisted as a finalist for the 2023 UKATA Excellence Awards. This prestigious recognition highlights Caerphilly County Borough Council’s commitment to excellence and acknowledges its outstanding contributions to the asbestos industry.