First residents move into Maesyffynnon Extra Care facility

The Maesyffynnon Extra Care facility has welcomed its first residents – and among them is Ann Boland who, alongside guide dog Flora, is now benefitting from the security of 24/7 support and additional independence

21 May 2020

Emergency childcare provision to be expanded from June 1

The Council will expand its emergency childcare provision from the start of June – by increasing the number of hubs from 13 to 25 in response to the ever-increasing demand for key workers and vulnerable learners

21 May 2020

Council statement – changes to town centres

In line with guidance from the Welsh Government, the Council is currently progressing a number of changes to town centres across the County Borough, including the removal and restricting of access to street furniture

21 May 2020

Clap For Our Carers

Tonight the country is being encouraged to take part in a huge round of applause to show our appreciation of all those working in the NHS, and across all frontline services, at such a difficult time.

21 May 2020

Reasons to become a foster carer in Rhondda Cynon Taf

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is improving an already comprehensive package of benefits for foster carers, to encourage more people to consider supporting vulnerable children and young people in our communities.

21 May 2020

Mental Health Awareness Week 2020

The Council is once again supporting Mental Health Awareness Week (May 18-24), in association with the Mental Health Foundation

19 May 2020

Cabinet to consider significant response to Coronavirus pandemic

Cabinet Members will this week receive a formal report from Officers on the Council's significant and wide-ranging response to the Coronavirus national emergency – along with the key tasks it faces over the coming weeks and months

19 May 2020

First phase of RCT Council's award-winning apprenticeship scheme is now OPEN!

The first phase of recruitment for Rhondda Cynon Taf Council's award-winning apprenticeship scheme is now open to applicants.

19 May 2020

Help Us Keep our Children Safe

Due to the current lockdown, as a result of the COVID-19 national emergency, thousands of children within Rhondda Cynon Taf, Merthyr Tydfil and Bridgend, are remaining at home - which unfortunately is not always the safest place for some.

19 May 2020

Formal meetings to resume via video conferencing

The Council is finalising arrangements for formal committee meetings to resume via video conferencing – with the first meeting scheduled for this week

18 May 2020