June 2022
The countdown is on for a special Armed Forces Day celebration which is set to be held in Caerphilly on Friday 24th June, giving residents the opportunity to show their support for those brave men and women who make up our Armed Forces community.
Pupils of Bedwas High School took part in a series of workshops organised by the Welsh Government that focused on air pollution sources and the impact they have on health.
The longest Alpine rollercoaster in the UK could be built at a popular tourist destination in the Caerphilly county borough, if ambitious plans being drawn up by the council are agreed by the UK Government.
Good planning and organisation are essential to ensuring an event is both safe and enjoyable. A free teams webinar is being offered to local event organisers on the 23 of June, 6pm to help sharpen your event planning skills, learn about your legal responsibilities and to seek advice from your Event Safety Teams in Gwent.
Welcome to the next edition of the Gwnewch y Pethau Bychain - Make One Small Change.
Caerphilly County Borough Council is looking for residents’ feedback on how natural areas within the county are managed, as green spaces across the county borough are being left to grow during spring and summer months to benefit ecosystems as part of the Nature isn’t Neat project.