Archive for December, 2011
Fans of TV’s Merlin will be able to watch an exclusive screening of the latest episode of the BBC Wales show at Caerphilly Castle.
Young film-makers from across Caerphilly County Borough have been recognised for their skills at a national awards ceremony.
Gwent Police, alongside the three other Welsh police forces, has launched their annual anti drink drive campaign.
During last year’s month-long campaign, 40,264 motorists were tested with 578 returning either positive results or failing/refusing to take the breath test.
Company says it will expand elsewhere but 24 jobs are likely to go at the iconic Guiseley branch near Leeds
The possibility of a high-speed rapid transport system for the valleys is to be discussed by Assembly Members next week.
Festive lantern parades will be taking place in Caerphilly and Blackwood during Christmas 2011.
Spectacular lanterns will be paraded through the streets, as families, community groups and organisations turn out in force to take part in these fun and entertaining festive events.
School children from Rhiw-Syr-Dafydd Primary School, in Oakdale, put on a show stopping theatre production on Wednesday, with a little help from the police.
A historic Caerphilly Methodist church dating from 1930 has been awarded a £180,000 grant from the Welsh Government.
Young historians at Maescywmmer Primary School recently welcomed Islwyn MP Chris Evans to learn about Henry VIII at a special Tudors themed assembly.
First Minister Carwyn Jones will reiterate his Welsh Government’s commitment to eradicate child poverty in Wales by 2020 at a conference today.