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Caerphilly County Borough Council has received a Gold Award under the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme. This award recognises the council as one of the best organisations in the UK for the support it offers to the Armed Forces community.
Tickets are now on sale for Aladdin, the magical pantomime adventure starring and directed by Owen Money, at Blackwood Miners’ Institute.
Improving education and employment opportunities remains high on the agenda for Caerphilly Council according to the recently updated Corporate Plan.
People in Wales are being encouraged to nominate local voluntary groups for the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS).
Education Minister Kirsty Williams AM visited one of Caerphilly Councils Food and Fun sessions hosted in Upper Rhymney Primary School today.
Over the summer months the calls received by Caerphilly Council’s Pest Control Team to report rodents increases and this can be attributed to incorrect bird feeding practices.