Archive for October, 2010
The Islwyn Acoustic Guitar Club is delighted to welcome Jon Gomm and Thomas Leeb, two of the world’s most innovative and inspiring acoustic guitarists, to the Jubilee Bar and Events Room at Wattsville on Friday October 15 from 7.30pm for a double bill concert that promises to be the highlight of the year.
Caerphilly county borough council is to work on various retaining walls along the A472 between Ystrad Mynach and Nelson.
The new chief executive of Caerphilly County Borough Council will be outlining his vision to businesses at a special breakfast meeting organised by Caerphilly Business Forum on Wednesday October 20.
British Transport Police have re-issued an appeal to help find a gang of abusive Cardiff City football fans.
Caerphilly MP Wayne David has been appointed the Labour Party’s Shadow Minister for Europe by leader Ed Miliband after he missed out on a post in the Shadow Cabinet.
Councillor Ron Davies has hit back at Caerphilly AM Jeff Cuthbert for questioning the council’s plan to give free parking to shoppers over the Christmas period.
Residents can now pay their council tax via a direct debit set up over the phone.
The new paperless system means residents can call Caerphilly County Borough Council to set up the direct debit.
The latest phase in the regeneration of Bargoed town centre has begun.
Councillor Ron Davies, Caerphilly Council’s cabinet member for regeneration, has welcomed the beginning of work on the £8.3m town centre improvement scheme.
Police in Risca are appealing for information to identify a group riding off-road bikes in the lanes between Swyffryd and Hafodrynys.
Labour AM Jeff Cuthbert has expressed surprise over Caerphilly County Borough Council’s plan to drop pay and display charges for the two week run up to Christmas.
A 16-year-old Gelligaer boy and a 16-year-old Risca boy are the latest to be handed Antisocial Behaviour Orders because of their bad behaviour.
Gwent Police is appealing for information following a burglary that occurred at a property on Llys Mabon, Rhymney, sometime overnight on Wednesday September 29.