Perthcelyn Community Primary School is in Mountain Ash, in Rhondda Cynon Taf local authority. Currently, there are 125 pupils on roll, aged from three to eleven years, including 15 nursery pupils who attend on a part-time basis.
The Welsh Government is extending the Pupil Development Grant with an additional element to cover the cost of school uniforms, school sports kit and activities such as scouts and guides outside school.
The Children, Young People and Education Committee has scrutinised the impact of the Welsh Government’s Pupil Development Grant (PDG), which provides extra money to schools per pupil eligible for a free school meal.
A Macmillan professional who is based in Pontypridd attended The Prince of Wales' 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration held in the gardens of Buckingham Palace, along with well-known Macmillan supporters.
The Arts Council of Wales’ ‘Night Out’ scheme has been a great success in rural communities across mid and south west Wales during the 2017-18 according to an evaluation of the scheme undertaken recently.
The South Wales Fire and Rescue Service Chief’s Annual Peloton, is a gruelling 160 mile event which will see 24 SWFRS staff cycle from Chepstow to Brighton – Bridge2Brighton, is underway, raising funds for The Fire Fighters Charity.
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Disability Wales welcomes the EHRC report today highlighting disabled people’s experiences of housing. Urgent action is most certainly required in Wales in order to make houses adaptable and accessible to disabled people. There are far too many examples where disabled people are unable to move
The Government has launched a call for evidence on how to crack down further on organised waste crime, with the review looking amongst other things at how the Environment Agency, other organisations, and the law enforcement system can work together to tackle the threat.
This 5th year, with over 50 events planned between 16-30th June, the Wales Festival of Innovation 2018 is all about delivering unmissable events throughout Wales; showcasing the country’s business excellence and highlighting exactly why Welsh enterprise is at its most exciting.
Next week, 80 children’s authors and illustrators will take part in the second annual Pop Up Festival next month – a national schools literature festival that sees books brought to life from 11-22 June.
A weekly newspaper circulating in the Aberdare Valley, Mountain Ash, Merthyr Tydfil, Pontypridd and Glyn Neath areas. Published between 1902 and 1991, the newspaper's main content was local news. The newspaper's proprietors between 1902 and ca.1967 were W. Pugh and J. T. Rowlands, with the Celtic Press subsequently becoming proprietors. Associated titles: Aberdare Times (1869); Aberdare post (1912-1920); Mountain Ash Post (1912-1920); Aberdare and Mountain Ash Leader (1968); Mountain Ash Leader (1971); Cynon Valley leader (1991-).