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Answers to questions about Park Surgery Trecynon Maendy Place Surgery Abercwmboi Medical Practice

Below are answers to questions put to  Cwm Taf Morgannwg Community Health Council your theoretical local NHS watchdog question was because of the lack of a full-time GP in Park Surgery Trecynon and why is it taking so long to open the Maendy Place Surgery at the Cynon Linc.

A465 Section 5 and 6 Construction Information

The work to upgrade the existing A465 to become a full dual carriageway between Hirwaun and Dowlais is on schedule for completion by mid-2025 as planned, and our team is determined to ensure your new road is delivered on time.

Care Inspectorate publishes Bridgend County Borough Council Children’s Services evaluation report

Bridgend County Borough Council Children’s Services evaluation report publishes today at 12:00 noon.

The inspection took place between 23 May and 27 May 2022.

Couples urged to “say yes” to Marriage Allowance proposal

At the height of the wedding season, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is reminding married couples and people in civil partnerships to put extra cash at the top of their gift list and sign up for Marriage Allowance.

 

Detecting tachograph violations is getting easier

We are trialling remote tachograph sensing equipment in Britain, to make it easier to detect drivers and operators who are breaking drivers’ hours rules.

Tramway Path Closure Notification

As part of our work to upgrade the A465 to a full dual carriageway it is necessary for Dwr Cymru Welsh Water to divert the water mains and sewers around the A465.

Falling GP workforce evidence of Labour’s underinvestment in Welsh NHS

Welsh Conservatives have reacted with dismay at this week’s statistics for Wales’ GP headcount as the number of fully qualified GPs in Wales fell in the first quarter of this year. The Welsh Conservatives have accused Labour of not taking the backlog seriously.

The negative consequences of Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP) for alcohol have emerged again this week after experts warned it was driving people to cheap street drugs,

Welsh Conservatives call for review of minimum alcohol pricing after link to drug deaths

The negative consequences of Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP) for alcohol have emerged again this week after experts warned it was driving people to cheap street drugs, linked to hundreds of deaths, instead.