Archive for 2011
Hundreds of people were left disappointed on Saturday night after the BBC Proms in the Park was cancelled due to a torrential downpour – but hopes are high that Caerphilly can host the event in 2012.
• Wales coach refuses to blame controversial penalty miss
• South Africa 17-16 Wales
UPDATE: Hope for BBC Proms in the Park to return to Caerphilly in 2012
The BBC Proms in the Park in Caerphilly has been called off due to heavy rain.
Photo printing company Truprint is offering 50 free photographs to new customers who sign-up to its online service.
Welsh Education Minister Leighton Andrews and Local Government Minister Carl Sargeant have been accused by Plaid AM Lindsay Whittle of acting like bullies over plans to make councils share certain services.
Visitors to Fforest Fawr, on the outskirts of Cardiff, will notice improvements to its car park.
Forestry Commission Wales, which manages the woodland next to Castell Coch on behalf of the Welsh Government, has transformed the car park from a stony, potholed terrain into a smooth area complete with parking bays.
Gwent Police has confirmed it will not charge for its presence on Armistice Day parades.
Superintendent Jon Burley, who is in charge of policing in Caerphilly County Borough has said the force will not levy its usual charge for public events where road closures are involved.
Students who received their GCSEs last month still have plenty of time to enrol at Ystrad Mynach College and Coleg Gwent to continue their education.
Councillors agree to spend extra £2million on road and pavement repairs in Caerphilly County Borough
Councillors have agreed to spend £2 million of funding to repair Caerphilly County Borough’s roads and pavements.
On Tuesday, members of the council’s cabinet decided to spend the money from the council’s general reserves.
Police officers in the Bargoed and Rhymney Neighbourhood Policing Teams are now using four new bicycles on their patrols to help cover more ground.
Wales have reverted largely to the side which triumphed over England at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff three weeks ago for their Rugby World Cup opener against the reigning World Champions in Wellington on Sunday (Kick-off 8.30pm).