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Here is the latest update from Cardiff Council, covering: Briwnant Chapel open to all on the National Day of Reflection; Cardiff Bay rugby legends statue sculptor announced; Inspiring work of Cardiff care leavers goes on show; and coronavirus in numbers.
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A new exhibition of artistic work by young people from Cardiff with experience of being in care will open next week in St David’s Centre
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The latest online festival from Cardiff Council’s Independent Living Services (ILS) takes place in April, supporting older people in our communities to stay active, connected, and to put a spring in their step this Spring!
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Cardiff is the first authority in Wales to join the World Health Organization’s Global Network for Age-friendly Cities and Communities.
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Cardiff and Vale Regional Partnership Board (RPB) hosted the official opening of the former Chapel at Cardiff Royal Infirmary, now named ‘Capel i Bawb’ today.
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A new partnership designed to help students integrate more successfully into local communities while recognising the value and importance they bring to Cardiff’s economic and cultural life has been set up.
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Plans for a new Canal Quarter in the heart of Cardiff city centre are well underway with enabling works on site for the Churchill Way development now complete.
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The creation of a statue to Cardiff Bay’s legendary rugby ‘codebreakers’, who left a lasting legacy on the world of rugby league, has taken a major step forward in its fundraising campaign
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A commitment to pay its employees the Living Wage and encourage employers across the city to do the same has earned Cardiff Council a nomination for a national honour.
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Planning Committee approves plans for new arena and wider Atlantic Wharf Masterplan
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New CCTV cameras will be installed in and around Bute Park as part of a crackdown on crime and to increase public safety, it has been announced today at the Cardiff city centre park.
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Cardiff Council Update: 15 March 2022
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A special Commonwealth Day event and flag raising ceremony has been held at Cardiff Castle, joining more than 1000 Commonwealth flags around the world which were raised at the same time to mark a shared celebration of the amazing family of nations
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New analysis carried out by independent charity Fields in Trust, in collaboration with Cardiff Council, has found that 19% of the city is publicly accessible parks and green spaces
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The changing needs of those living in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan, including some early insights into the impact of the pandemic, are outlined in a major new report.
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Cardiff Community Safety Partnership’s programme of improved street lighting, CCTV cameras and other measures is already having a positive impact on crime.