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Alun Launches Thank You Boards at Barry Library

Thank You Message Boards have been launched at Barry Library, Kings Square, by Alun Cairns MP and the Royal British Legion. The boards will be in place for the month ahead as we approach the Centenary of the end of the First World War.

Caring Trio Supported by Vale MP

Vale care workers, who have been nominated for awards at the 2018 Wales Care Awards, have received the backing of local MP Alun Cairns. Three carers from College Fields Nursing Home in Barry have been put forward in different categories, all reaching the final.

Public Vote Crowns Tynewydd as Pub of the Year!

Tynewydd, Barry, has been crowned as the Vale of Glamorgan’s Parliamentary Pub of the Year after a public vote where pub-goers voted for their favourite pub across the Vale.

Votes Needed for High Street Bid

Cowbridge traders are calling on the community to come together to support the High Street’s nomination in the Great British High Street Awards.

Toll-free Crossings date brought forward to 17 December

Following the commitment made by the Prime Minister Theresa May, Secretary of State for Wales Alun Cairns has confirmed that all tolls will be scrapped with free flow traffic on the Prince of Wales bridge and the original Severn Crossing between Wales and England ahead of schedule on 17 December

Llantwit Welcomes Major Pride

This weekend, Llantwit Major welcomed the arrival of the first ever Pride event in the Vale of Glamorgan with residents and businesses from across the community getting involved.

Dog Walkers & Vale Council work together with Vale MP

Dog walkers and Vale Council are working closely together to meet the challenge to ensure that dog mess is cleaned up and there are sensible measures as a result of an intervention by Alun Cairns MP.

Contribution from Alun Cairns MP Helps NSPCC Cymru Hit £2m Milestone

VALE MP, Alun Cairns has pushed NSPCC’s fundraising for the year, raised through the Wales Appeal Board, over the £2 million mark through his efforts at the London Marathon in April. The Wales Appeal Board has set a target to raise £3 million over three years.