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Royal Marines Visit RCT Falklands Memorial

To mark the 40th anniversary of the Falklands Conflict, a team of Royal Marines have paid their respects at the Falklands Memorial at Ynysangharad War Memorial Park.

16 June 2022

Drainage improvements to be delivered on the A4059 near Newtown

The Council will deliver drainage improvements at the A4059 near Newtown, Mountain Ash, to reduce flood risk in heavy rainfall – and the work from June 20 will take place while maintaining two-way traffic flow

14 June 2022

Supporting National Blood Donor Week

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is supporting Welsh Blood and the National Blood Donor Week campaign (June 13-19) in a bid to encourage more blood donations and new donors across the County Borough.

13 June 2022

Supporting staff who are unpaid carers

During Carers Week, RCT Council has demonstrated its commitment to supporting staff juggling their employment with unpaid caring responsibilities

10 June 2022

Further play area improvements to be delivered this year

The Council has announced its programme to improve 19 more children's play areas during 2022/23 – having already refurbished more than 100 facilities over the past seven years in a £4.8m investment

10 June 2022

Jack and the Beanstalk at RCT Theatres this Christmas

Award-nominated digital panto, Aladdin, RCT Theatres are delighted to announce that their brand-new production, Jack & The Beanstalk

09 June 2022

Temporary closure of Catherine Street Car Park for upgrade work

The Council has announced that Catherine Street Car Park in Pontypridd will temporarily close for four days from June 13 – to install new ticket machines, while also taking the opportunity to clean the facility

09 June 2022

Falklands Conflict Anniversary Service

Exactly 40 years ago this week, the Sir Galahad and Sir Tristram ships were attacked in the South Atlantic, one of the key moments of the Falklands Conflict, claiming the lives of 56 lives, 32 of them Welsh Guards.

09 June 2022

Council Committed To Armed Forces Covenant

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Rhondda Cynon Taf Council becoming one of the first Local Authorities in Wales to establish an Armed Forces Covenant, formerly named the Armed Forces Community Covenant.

06 June 2022

Queen's Birthday Honours for Council Leader

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council Leader, Councillor Andrew Morgan, has been awarded an OBE in The Queen's Birthday Honours.

01 June 2022

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