The Council will shortly begin the significant process of moving 60,000 tonnes of spoil material following the landslip in Tylorstown during Storm Dennis – and has also outlined its future vision for the area.
Responding to the announcement by the Welsh Government today that the public will be recommended to wear three-layer face coverings in areas where social distancing is not possible, BMA Cymru Wales council chair Dr David Bailey said:
Transport for Wales has taken over the day-to-day maintenance of local railway lines including Aberdare and Treherbert – in an important step towards delivering improved rail services for Rhondda Cynon Taf by 2023.
Following the success of Llygoden yr Eira, their co-production with Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, which was available for families to watch on YouTube during April, Theatr Iolo have made a selection of their past work available online, as well as commissioning a number of new pieces made especially
The Cynon Valley History Society was founded in Aberdare in 1971. Our objects are to promote, encourage and maintain an active interest in the history of the district in all its aspects; to arrange talks and lectures; to undertake original research and assist in the collection of local material such as manuscripts, books, artefacts and photographs, and to publish titles on local history.