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From: Contact OneVale
Date: 16 May 2015 at 08:16
Subject: Vale of Glamorgan e-news 11-16 May
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Keep up to date with the latest news from the Vale Council

3G pitch revolution for the Vale

The Vale of Glamorgan Council has announced that it will be investing
in five new all-weather 3G sports pitches for the county.


Barry Schools Transformation Consultation Open

A nine week public consultation on options to transform, expand and
modernise secondary education in Barry has opened.


Flying Start child safety fun day

The Vale of Glamorgan Council’s Flying Start team is holding a child
safety fun day on 28 May at Pencoedtre Park, Barry from 10am to 2pm.


Greenlinks G1 service to serve St Athan and Bridgend

>From Tuesday 26 May the revised Greenlinks G1 service will offer links
from St Athan to Cowbridge and Cowbridge to Bridgend Town Centre.


Penarth Leisure Centre opens new health suite

The new health suite at Penarth Leisure Centre was recently opened by
Vale Council cabinet member Cllr Gwyn John.


High Street pupils receive free library bookmarks

To celebrate the opening of their brand new store at Barry Waterfront,
Asda has backed a special library bookmark for every primary school
pupil in Barry.


Fresh start as former housing office becomes community hub

The former housing office on Aberaeron Close, Gibbonsdown is to be
leased to All Youth Matters for the use of the whole Vale community.

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