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The Leader of Caerphilly County Borough Council has indicated that a number of planned cuts for 2020/21 are likely to be withdrawn following feedback from the public and the positive financial settlement announced by the Welsh Government.
A council owned building in the Caerphilly county borough has been used to provide a safe haven for rough sleepers over the last month.
Cwm a Mynydd, the Caerphilly and Blaenau Gwent Rural Development Programme, in collaboration with the Gelligaer Historical Society have been working on a project that will see a new information board in the village of Gelligaer that will focus of how the village looked in 1318 at the time of a forgotten hero – Llywelyn Bren.
Superfast Business Wales will be holding local workshops for those looking to improve their business.
Work has begun to install sixty-five electric vehicle charging points at thirty-four sites across Gwent, including eleven sites in the Caerphilly county borough.
These works are anticipated to take 8 weeks to complete, weather conditions permitting.