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Cardiff has been crowned ‘City of the Year’ at the annual EG Awards, 2023.
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A wide-ranging review of how Cardiff Council helps young people through youth work has proposed a range of changes to the authority’s Youth Service teams.
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Cardiff Council's Education Catering Service have been recognised for its dedication, innovation and outstanding contribution made in the school catering sector.
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An exciting new partnership between Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan Council is focusing on building high quality, sustainable affordable homes at pace across the region.
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Deputy Leader of the Council and Cabinet Member for Education, Cllr Sarah Merry, popped into St David’s Church in Wales Primary School in Pentwyn recently to talk to pupils about local democracy and hear their views on issues that matter to them.
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Remembrance Sunday - details of the National Service of Remembrance for Wales taking place in Cathays Park; New menu for Primary Schools - celebrating National School Meals Week with something new; Living Wage Week - Cardiff now has over 210 Living Wage
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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, 12th November 2023.
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New film highlights importance of arts to communities; Help develop Cardiff's Local Nature Recovery Action Plan; ‘Game On' as members from Cardiff's Youth Services take part in live gaming fundraiser for BBC Children in Need; and more
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Cardiff celebrates National School Meals Week 2023 with the launch of a new primary school meal menu for the start of the new half term.
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This Living Wage Week (November 6 - 12), these are just some of the thoughts of one Cardiff employer that recently joined more than 200 other organisations in the city by becoming a Living Wage employer.
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New film highlights importance of arts to communities; Cardiff’s first Welsh-medium primary School of Sanctuary; Youth Services members in gaming fundraiser for Children in Need; How to get involved in the Local Nature Partnership
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A powerful new film demonstrating how the people of Cardiff are using arts, education and culture to improve diversity and encourage inclusivity in the city has been launched on the internet today.
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Cardiff’s Local Nature Partnership (LNP) are encouraging local people, community groups and businesses to help develop a Local Nature Action Recovery Plan that will set out what needs to be done to restore and improve nature in the city.
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Four young people from Cardiff's Youth Services will take part in a live gaming fundraiser for BBC Children in Need.
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Ysgol Y Berllan Deg in Llanedeyrn has become the first Welsh medium primary school in Cardiff to be awarded School of Sanctuary Recognition.
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Field of Remembrance; Cost of living help; Wales v's Barbarians; Flat Holm beetle latest