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This week's National Safeguarding Week (November 11 - 15) will be marked across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan with a programme of events to reinforce the message that safeguarding is everyone's responsibility.
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You may have barely packed away the pumpkins but it's already beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Cardiff!
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Wales' national observance of Remembrance Sunday, which is jointly hosted by Cardiff Council, the Welsh Government and in partnership with The Royal British Legion, will take place in Cardiff on Sunday, 10 November 2019.
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A week of events to provide information and support to serving members of the Armed Forces, veterans and their families will be held in hubs across the city next week.
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Get your glow sticks and white gloves ready, because the Lord Mayor of Cardiff is holding a rave to celebrate Fair Saturday Cardiff - a global movement founded in Bilbao that celebrates the power of the arts, culture and heritage to change the world.
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A rededication ceremony has taken place at Thornhill Crematorium following the completion of a £300,000 chapel refurbishment programme.
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100 years ago a gardener called Tom Jenkins was appointed to begin work on a new garden – the ‘Dingle’ in north Cardiff. Twenty-five years later, on October 31st 1944, the area passed into council ownership and is now celebrating 75 years
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A new outreach service to make it easier for residents to register births and deaths in the city will be launched next week.
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New ‘living walls’ have been installed in the playground of Tredegarville Primary School in Cardiff city centre, in a boost for biodiversity and air quality in the school grounds.
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One of Wales’s top radio DJs, the frontman of an explosive live band, the director of a leading community music charity, and one of the team behind the introduction of the Agent of Change policy in Wales, are among the 22 members of Cardiff Music Board.
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What’s on – Half Term activities October 26 – November 2
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The future of the New Theatre has been secured after Cardiff Council agreed a 25- year lease with one of the UK’s leading theatre operators.
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A range of new-build homes in the city to help buyers take their first step on the property ladder are being offered for sale by Cardiff Council, as part of its Assisted Home Ownership Scheme.
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A Cardiff Council eco-tourism campaign addressing the problem of ocean plastic and the impact of tourism and events on the environment has won a CIPR Pride Award.
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“Cardiff is one of the UK’s fastest growing creative sectors outside London. Currently we have over 3000 creative businesses in the city and over 15,000 people are employed in this sector.
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The Greener Grangetown project, which covers twelve residential streets in Grangetown, has won a third major award, a British Construction Industry Award. The award, which was presented at a ceremony at Grosvenor House, London on Sunday (13 October) is o