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Support For Our Armed Forces Community

The Council's Armed Forces Veterans Service is there to offer help and support to those who need it. It also helps bring people together, establish new friendships and help grow the Armed Forces community.

04 October 2021

Consulting on £12.5m Welsh Medium primary school in Rhydyfelin

The Council is consulting residents on its plans for a new £12.5m Welsh Medium primary school in Rhydyfelin, to inform its final planning application – and will host a public event next week as part of the engagement exercise

01 October 2021

Active Travel consultation extension and face-to-face meetings

The Active Travel consultation has now been extended until November 22. Residents can also book face-to-face meetings with Officers to discuss the Council's future plans for local walking and cycling provision

01 October 2021

Transformation Of Former Town Hall

One of the most prominent buildings in Mountain Ash town centre, the former town hall, has had a makeover, making it fit for purpose in the 21st Century.

30 September 2021

Upcoming consultation for the proposed Llanharan Link Road scheme

Residents will shortly be able to have their say on the proposed Llanharan Link Road through a public consultation – to help the Council finalise its planning application, which will be formally submitted in the New Year

29 September 2021

First stage of repairs to the Iron Tram Bridge will begin this week

The first stage of repairs will begin from this week to repair the Iron Tram Bridge near Robertstown – which will see the Ancient Monument sympathetically restored off site and then reinstalled next year

29 September 2021

Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Foster Carer?

A new campaign has been launched by Foster Wales, the new network of 22 Local Authority fostering services across the country, which aims to make a substantial national impact on the futures of young people.

29 September 2021

Treorchy Library Set For New Look

The Council is carrying out extensive works at Treorchy Library, marking a new 'chapter' in its history and making it more accessible for all users.

29 September 2021

Cabinet to consider new major 21st Century Schools proposals

The Council could develop several significant 21st Century Schools projects thanks to an additional £85m in funding from Welsh Government's 21st Century Schools and Colleges Programme – including the potential for a new special school...

28 September 2021

Extending the Real Living Wage to Council contracted adult independent social care sector workers

The Council could formally make a commitment to ensure Council-contracted adult independent social care workers, and all direct payment recipients, in Rhondda Cynon Taf are paid at least the Real Living Wage – by helping independent...

28 September 2021

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