Engaging with residents in Road Safety Week 2017

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council's Road Safety Team will be out and about to promote Road Safety Week 2017, with a series of engaging activities with residents

20 November 2017

Nos Galan 2017 – can you be the best in fancy dress?

Have you managed to secure a place at the 2017 Nos Galan Road Races in Mountain Ash? If so, make sure you stand out in the 1,000-plus field of runners in the Adult 5kFun Run by taking part in fancy dress

17 November 2017

Maerdy Mountain Road additional works

Maerdy Mountain Road will be closed all day on Sunday to allow the contractor to undertake additional works associated with the major highways contract that was completed over the summer

17 November 2017

Construction begins on new 3G sports pitch for Church Village

Construction works to deliver a new 3G sports pitch in Church Village are now underway, as the Council delivers its latest investment in all-weather outdoor leisure facilities

16 November 2017

Council confirms its support for volunteer groups to open paddling pools

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has pledged to provide support to community groups to open local paddling pools next summer, through the RCT Together initiative

15 November 2017

Ella lends her support to Anti-Bullying Week

A Rhondda Cynon Taf student has released a song to coincide with the UK's Anti-Bullying Week (November 13-17).

14 November 2017

New safe crossing point at Coronation Road, Gilfach Goch

The Council has completed works to introduce a new safe crossing point near a sheltered housing accommodation in Gilfach Goch

14 November 2017

Refurbishment works to Hopkinstown footbridge

A footbridge in a Pontypridd community will temporarily close to allow the Council to carry out repair and refurbishment works

14 November 2017

Summer Reading Challenge proves a success

More than 850 children between the ages of 4 and 11 took part in this year's RCT Summer Reading Challenge

13 November 2017

Emergency footbridge closure near Gelligaled Park, Llwynypia

A footbridge in Llwynypia has been closed by the Council to ensure public safety, following concerns about its structural condition

13 November 2017