Archive for October, 2010
Young people from Caerphilly County Borough’s Youth Forum have celebrated its tenth anniversary.
A total of 86 youngsters representing schools, youth projects, voluntary organisations and youth clubs from across the county borough came together at the Maes Manor Hotel in Blackwood for the forum’s annual conference.
Caerphilly County Borough is still a popular destination for visitors despite the gloomy economic outlook – according to Caerphilly County Borough Council.
A disused allotment in Risca is to be re-established after Caerphilly County Borough Council’s cabinet gave the scheme the go-ahead.
Aneurin Bevan Health Board, which has responsibility for the health service in Caerphilly County Borough, has been placed in special measures because of patients waiting more than six months for surgery.
A Caerphilly-based recruitment agency is launching an online video CV service.
Deliverance Recruitment and Consultancy is providing the free platform for candidates in partnership with Innovate CV which designed and created the the online video CV platform.
A court hearing over the proposed closure of a footbridge at Caerphilly Railway Station, used daily by hundreds of people, including many children, has been called off.
Welsh Language Society urges campaign of ‘non-violent direct action’ to reverse government plan to ‘merge’ S4C and BBC
Independent Living Skills students at Coleg Gwent’s Crosskeys Campus kicked off their ‘Keep the Campus Clean’ campaign last week.
A workshop hosted by Software Alliance Wales, a £13million pan-Wales programme led by Swansea University, will be held at the University of Glamorgan’s Ty Crawshay building on Tuesday October 26 from 5.15pm to 7pm.
Islwyn MP Chris Evans has urged people to get volunteering as part of charity Community Service Volunteers’ Make a Difference Day.
The countdown has begun for this year’s spectacular fireworks display in Caerphilly town on Saturday November 6.
Set against the back drop of Caerphilly Castle the free event starts at 7pm.
Caerphilly Council Cabinet Member Colin Mann has attacked the Labour opposition for not engaging in crucial discussions over the financial challenges faced by the council.