Community Testing available throughout April

Community Testing will be available for anyone over the age of 11, who DOES NOT have COVID-19 symptoms and who is NOT self-isolating, throughout most of April in Rhondda Cynon Taf.

03 April 2021

Successful prosecution in court for fly tipping offence in Rhondda

A man from the Rhondda area has been ordered to pay a total of £724 for two separate offences of failing to make sure his waste was disposed of correctly – following a successful prosecution by the Council

01 April 2021

Working Together To Protect Our County Borough

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is once again supporting South Wales Fire and Rescue as part of Operation Dawns Glaw, a taskforce set up to reduce the number of deliberate fires.

01 April 2021

A further 12 Fixed Penalty Notices issued for dog control offences

A further 12 Fixed Penalty Notices were issued across Rhondda Cynon Taf last week in relation to dog control offences – as the Council continues to enforce the rules which are in place to prevent dog fouling

01 April 2021

Libraries Update

Following the latest Welsh Government announcement, the Council can confirm that all of its Library branches have now returned to the same levels of service provision as before the latest lockdown period in Wales.

31 March 2021

Licensed Premises Fined for breaching Covid-19 Regulations

A licensed premises has been served with a £1,000 Fixed Penalty Notice for breaking Covid-19 regulations.

29 March 2021

Update on grass sports pitches following Welsh Government announcement

Following the latest Welsh Government announcement, the Council can confirm that open/unenclosed pitches will be available for use from Saturday, March 27 - with all grass pitches then reopening from March 29, allowing junior teams to train

26 March 2021

Mayor's Good Citizen Awards 2021

Nine 'Good Citizens' or groups in Rhondda Cynon Taf are to receive special recognition for their roles in their respective communities and the impact they have had on so many lives, especially during the global pandemic

26 March 2021

Ysgol Ynyswen mark Earth Hour with WWF Cymru and Literature Wales by creating a work of art in Treorchy

The side wall of the Lion Pub in Treorchy town centre has been transformed this week as part of a climate and nature themed poetry and street art project in the lead-up to Earth Hour which takes place at 8.30pm, 27 March.

26 March 2021

Local shuttle bus service during Sunday road closures in Llantrisant

The Council has arranged for a local shuttle bus service to run on Sunday evening as a result of a road closure at Newbridge Road in Llantrisant, to facilitate ongoing work as part of the Safe Routes in Communities scheme

26 March 2021