Admitted at this time, they are overstretched with Coronavirus and its various mutations, but what about before this pandemic came about were some of you failing to get an appointment to see your GP? That inevitable scramble to telephone at that precise time of the day.
The first COVID-19 vaccination was given in CTM on the 7th December last year and what a year has followed that! This week we will see a significant milestone when we reach 1 million vaccine doses given in CTM - I don’t believe any of us would have expected that number when we set out.
Visitors to Ynysangharad War Memorial Park will notice works activity from early January – towards the refurbishment of the bandstand and sunken garden areas, and delivery of a new activity centre, throughout 2022.
Having considered feedback from a recent consultation, Cabinet has agreed for the Council to adopt the Welsh in Education Strategic Plan (WESP) – setting ambitious targets to increase Welsh medium learners over the next 10 years.
Commenting on the statement by the Llywydd on the changes to Senedd Business following the Labour Government and Plaid Cymru “coalition” agreement, Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for the Constitution Darren Millar MS said:
Natural Resources Wales (NRW) is urging people across Wales to check their flood risk online, sign up for flood warnings and, if they are at risk, know what to do if flooding hits their home amid predictions of a wet winter ahead.
Cabinet will consider the outcome of the recent Active Travel consultation – which saw 146 responses and has resulted in several changes to the draft Network Map that outlines future aspirations for local walking and cycling routes within Rhondda Cynon Taf.
Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board (CTMUHB) is proud to announce it has achieved the Platinum Corporate Health Standard. The Corporate Health Standard (CHS), run by the Welsh Government, is the national quality mark for workplace health promotion across Wales.
A joint collaboration between staff in CTM Paediatric Physio Team and the staff and pupils in Ysgol Ty Coch, Tonteg have won the National MOVE Programmes, Better Together Award. The award celebrates fantastic partnerships to achieve the best outcomes for pupils.
Today Children in Wales launched the report on the findings from our 5th Annual Child and Family Poverty surveys. The findings are bleak and unacceptable. The surveys sought to understand more about the current issues children, young people and families are facing, the impact this has and import
We are Treorchy Sewing Enterprise, a team of local, experienced ex-Burberry and Polikoff workers going back to our roots, reviving production within the Burberry factory. We’re here to bring manufacturing back to the South Wales Valleys.
As the new head teacher of Mountain Ash I would like to thank you for the interest you are taking in our school. These are exciting times for our community and I’m both proud and privileged to lead this school.
Huw Lloyd Headteacher