The Cardiff Council news from the last 7 Days that you might have missed 04/05/20



27/04/20 - One-off garden waste collections will take place during May

Households across Cardiff will receive a one-off green garden waste collection in May, Cardiff Council has announced.

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29/04/20 - COVID-19: Innovative Distance Learning training for Cardiff's teachers

Innovative training has been developed to assist Cardiff's teachers in continuing to provide education and learning to children and young people during school closures, caused by COVID-19.

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30/04/20 - COVID-19: Cardiff addresses digital deprivation

Cardiff Council has developed a range of ways to address the issue of digital deprivation so that children and young people can continue to access online learning, whilst schools are closed due to COVID-19.

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01/05/20 - Council acquires former gas works site at Grangetown

Cardiff Council has acquired the 29 acre former gas works site in Grangetown, Cardiff.

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01/05/20 - Work to improve sports facilities at Sanatorium Park

Improvement works currently being carried out to Sanatorium Park are to reinstate the markings of two existing sports pitches; one football pitch, one rugby pitch with some fencing, spectator barriers and team dug outs added to the football pitch.

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