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The opening of a new market development in the heart of Caerphilly town centre is to be postponed.
A memorial garden in Senghenydd, which commemorates those who died in the worst disaster in the history of British mining, has been given the “recognition it deserves” and formally acknowledged by the Welsh Government as the National Mining Disaster Memorial Garden of Wales.
Each year, the Mayor of Caerphilly County Borough Council chooses a charity to support throughout their time in office.
Caerphilly County Borough Council is recruiting up to 5 civil engineering apprentices, as part of the Welsh Apprentices Alliance.
Works are programmed to start on the 4th March 2024 and are expected to last up to a maximum 8 week
New independent traders have been revealed ahead of market’s launch on March 15