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MP Welcomes Welsh MYP to her New Role

Vale pupil, Lleucu Wiliam, from Ysgol Gymraeg Bro Morgannwg has been elected to represent the Vale of Glamorgan in the newly-established Welsh Youth Parliament. Lleucu was one of the youngest in her area and beat 20 other candidates to become the only pupil from the Vale of Glamorgan to take up a post at the Welsh Youth Parliament.

Alun: "Local Traders need Welsh Govt to Pass on Rates Cut"

With Small Business Saturday taking place on 1st December, Vale MP Alun Cairns is calling on Welsh Government to offer real support to small businesses by passing on the money they have received from the UK Government to cut business rates by a third.

100 Wreaths: Thank You to Vale Businesses

Following my initiative to hold a 100 Wreath Commemoration at Barry Memorial Hall, where 100 local children laid 100 wreaths to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War, I pay tribute to the Vale business community that made it possible.

Buttrills Estate revamp Stage 1 completed

Alun Cairns MP & Local Ward Councillors Vincent Bailey & Leighton Rowlands are pleased that the revamp of the externals work have now been completed.

100 Children Lay 100 Wreaths for WWI Centenary

ONE HUNDRED children from across the Vale have joined together to take part in a 100 wreaths commemoration at Barry Memorial Hall, ahead of the 100th anniversary of the First World War’s end.

More Than Half a BILLION for Wales in Chancellor’s Budget

Wales will benefit from over half a billion pounds in additional funding for the Welsh Government, as well as £120 million for a North Wales Growth Deal, the Chancellor has announced in the Budget today.
This year’s Budget is a result of the UK government’s balanced approach to the country’s finances, meaning the Welsh Government will have more spending power, while keeping taxes low and debt falling.