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Shoppers in town centres across the Caerphilly county borough are continuing to enjoy free parking at council-owned pay and display sites in the countdown to Christmas.
A new children’s playground is set to open in Pontllanfraith in January providing safe, modern play facilities for the community to enjoy in 2022.
The ‘Caerphilly Cares’ team, a team of established Caerphilly County Borough Council staff, will offer a new centralised coordination and response triage service for those county borough residents in need of support for issues such as food poverty, debt or rent arrears, isolation or loneliness.
Over 6,300 visited Blackwood Town Centre last weekend for the final Winter Food and Crafts Market.
Following a recent site visit and discussions with Dwr Cymru / Welsh Water it was not permissible to continue works to one crossing as it’s highly likely it will cause damage to the fragile cast iron water main.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board has made a plea to local residents, asking them to wait to receive their booster vaccination and NOT to contact the Health Board for details of their appointment.