Archive for July 2011

Vulnerable children and young people in the Vale can now access a new support service through the Vale of Glamorgan Council. Read the rest of this entry »
Treatment waiting lists for heroin users have been eradicated in the Vale of Glamorgan thanks to a joint initiative from the Safer Vale Partnership and local substance misuse agencies. Read the rest of this entry »
The Vale of Glamorgan has retained its two Blue Flag Awards for Whitmore Bay beach and Penarth Marina. Read the rest of this entry »
The CCTV operation in the Vale of Glamorgan, working under the umbrella of the Safer Vale Partnership, assisted with eleven arrests and three street cautions in Barry in the week ending 10 July 2011. Read the rest of this entry »
Junior Road Safety Officers (JRSOs) in the Vale of Glamorgan met members of the emergency services at their annual ‘Get-Together’ event on 29 June. Read the rest of this entry »
Green cones are appearing outside schools across the Vale of Glamorgan in a bid to make roads near schools safer for pupils. Read the rest of this entry »
Residents in the Vale look set to benefit from a major change to the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s kerbside recycling service. Read the rest of this entry »
Penarth could soon be a brighter, cleaner place with several organisations in the Vale of Glamorgan coming together this week to create a new graffiti ‘task group’. Read the rest of this entry »
Parents in the Vale will be able to keep their children occupied all summer long, thanks to the new ‘Activale Summer Brochure’ which is out this week. Read the rest of this entry »
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has secured funding from the Welsh Government to address the flood risk that exists within the Coldbrook catchment area in Barry. Read the rest of this entry »