The news you might have missed from Cardiff Council over the last seven days (7th September)



1/9/20 - £500,000 technology boost for Cardiff Council creative industry plans

Following a successful bid for funding, the Welsh Government is providing £500,000 to Cardiff Council to improve the infrastructure which transports fibre optic broadband around the city.

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4/09/20 -  Schools in Cardiff welcomed many of their pupils back last week and many more will return this week.

Families are reminded that under no circumstances should learners attend school if they:

•           feel unwell, or have any of the three identified COVID-19 symptoms (a new continuous cough, a high temperature or loss of taste or smell) or they have tested positive to COVID-19 in the past 14 days

•           live in a household with someone who has symptoms of COVID-19 or has tested positive to COVID-19 in the past 14 days.


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4/09/20 - Changes to your local Recycling Centres

You can now book 26 visits per year to your local recycling centres, increased from 12, 2 people can now get out of the vehicle to help move heavier items,  and we advise that face coverings are now worn in our centres.

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4/09/20 - All play areas in Cardiff that have passed safety inspections now re-open

The re-opening of these three play areas - at the Barrage (Cardiff Bay), Heol Llanishen Fach (Rhiwbina) and Rhydypenau (Cyncoed) mean that 107 of the city’s 116 play areas will be available for children to enjoy.

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