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Date: 17 April 2015 at 17:01
Subject: Vale of Glamorgan e-news 13-17 April
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Keep up to date with all the news from around the Vale

Barry Island shortlisted for planning excellence award

The Vale of Glamorgan Council has been shortlisted for a prestigious
national award for planning excellence.

RTPI PEA finalist logoThe regeneration of Barry Island’s eastern
promenade has been named as a finalist for the Excellence in Planning
and Design for the Public Realm Award at the RTPI Awards for Planning
Excellence 2015.


Award-winning Jodi Bird to sing at Mayor’s charity concert

The mayor of the Vale of Glamorgan will be hosting a charity concert
on Saturday 18 April, with a performance from Britain’s Got Talent
semi-finalist Jodi Bird, who was recently crowned Welsh Musical
Theatre Young singer of the Year.

The concert will be held at St Cyres School in Penarth at 7pm. Tickets
are priced at £7.50 and are available from the Mayor’s Office, Town
Hall, Barry, or by calling 01446 709301.


Bro Radio searching for new young talent

Bro Radio has volunteer vacancies available for young people between
the ages of 16 and 21 with an interest in radio to join their team.

For more information, or to apply, please email Station Manager Gareth
Sweeney at gareth.sweeney@broradio.fm.


Have your say – Register to vote!

The deadline to register to vote in the 2015 general election is
midnight on Monday 20 April. You can register to vote online, it only
takes five minutes.

You can also use this system to update your name, address or other
details on the electoral register.


Football tournament sees Bryn Castell and Greenhill take top spots

Ten Schools from South Wales took part in a Special Educational Needs
football tournament held at Cogan Recreation Ground with Ysgol Bryn
Castell and Greenhill Special School coming out on top.

All the schools that entered the tournament are linked to the South
Wales Special Schools Consortium, made up of Teachers from SEN schools
across South Wales.


Vale sports clubs boosted by Community Chest fund

A total of 76 local sports clubs and organisations were awarded
funding totalling £83,614 in the past year thanks to the Community
Chest scheme.

And clubs are set to continue to benefit from funding as the Vale has
been awarded funding for another year. As with the previous year,
organisations can apply for funding to create new or further develop
existing opportunities.


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