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Registration Services in Cardiff will change temporarily over the winter, with the registrations of births, marriages and civil partnerships due to move from City Hall while the building is closed for essential maintenance.
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With 2,000 years of history stretching back to the Romans, there’s a lot for visitors to learn at Cardiff Castle. Luckily the education programme on offer to the thousands of school children who visit each year has recently gained a Sandford Award.
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Today, The Prince and Princess of Wales visited The Grange Pavilion and the new Fitzalan High School, to mark the start of Black History Month and to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the arrival of the HMT Empire Windrush to the UK.
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Here is your Tuesday update, covering: The Prince and Princess of Wales visit Cardiff today Extension of the temporary closure of St David’s Hall New City Centre Warden Team Dear Mum’ garden at Western Cemetery wins gold at national awards.
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A new team of officers are patrolling the streets of the city centre to work with the South Wales Police and other partners to crack down on antisocial behaviour.
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A cemetery garden in Cardiff, telling the story of a young mouse called Dora who wishes she could tell her mother how much she misses her, has won a gold ‘Bereaved Community Award’ at the annual Cemetery of the Year awards.
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The temporary closure of St David’s Hall has been extended to allow more time to complete the additional checks on the Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) panels in the building, and to take the necessary next steps.
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❗ Important information about changes to green recycling bag collection due to strike
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Sid the rescue dog - from Cardiff Dogs home to South Wales Police's new recruit; Wood Street and Central Square - renewal scheme wins second major award; Drovers Way Park - work to refurbish the play area set to begin next week
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A new age-friendly website has been launched in Cardiff, to coincide with the annual United Nations International Day of Older Persons (October 1).
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Thirteen Cardiff households will shortly be calling a new housing development in the east of the city home, after the properties were handed over to the council today.
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The ‘water-themed’ refurbishment of a play area at Drovers Way in Radyr is due to start on 2nd October, following completion of work to resolve drainage issues at the site.
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An abandoned dog found wandering the streets of St Mellons in Cardiff, and taken in by Cardiff Dogs Home, has become one of South Wales Police’s newest recruits.
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Cardiff Market Restoration - Heritage Lottery Funding announced; Secondary School Admissions - applications for September 2024 now open; Sustainable Studios - former Transport Club refurbished for artist-led creative space
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Cardiff’s Wood Street and Central Square Scheme has been awarded a second major civil engineering award.
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£2.1 million of funding towards a major restoration of Cardiff’s historic Central Market has been secured by Cardiff Council through The National Lottery Heritage Fund.