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The Leader of Caerphilly County Borough Council has asked the First Minister to intervene in helping to address historic issues associated with chemical waste deposited in the late 1960s at the Ty Llwyd quarry site near Ynysddu.
Caerphilly County Borough Council’s cabinet has recently approved plans to further progress the Caerphilly Interchange Project.
Caerphilly’s Youth Service has achieved a Silver Quality Mark for Youth Work in Wales on behalf of the Welsh Government and Education Workforce Council.
Another Caerphilly County Borough resident has been awarded £500 for recycling their food waste as part of the Borough’s Mash for Cash campaign.
Street Food Factory, operating since 2019, have expanded their business with a new bespoke mobile food kitchen to keep up with demand for their products and service.
Caerphilly’s Cabinet have agreed to provide a one-off payment of £19.50 per week, per child, to eligible families for the school holiday period commencing Friday 21 July 2023 and ending on Thursday 31 August 2023.