Latest Releases

Image
The Council’s Adviceline has taken more than 4,600 calls from residents across Cardiff looking for help and support during the COVID-19 crisis while the Food team has delivered 1,900 food parcels.
Image
Families with children eligible for Free School Meals will now be able to buy food using funds deposited directly into their bank account, whilst schools are closed due to COVID-19. This will provide parents with more flexibility on where they can shop
Image
A temporary one-way system for pedestrians around Roath Park Lake is being introduced this weekend to help local residents follow social distancing guidelines when they go on their daily exercise.
Image
We appreciate that there have been a lot of changes to how we operate our waste and recycling services at this time.
Image
Here is the latest COVID-19 round-up of the day from Cardiff Council, covering: Cardiff residents are being urged to continue to recycle their waste; almost £85,000 has been pledged to the Cardiff Food Appeal; and staff at Cardiff High School have come t
Image
Cardiff residents are being urged to continue to recycle their waste during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Image
In the latest of Cardiff Council's regular COVID-19 updates: Rhod Gilbert experiences social care on the frontline; take a trip to the Museum of Cardiff (without leaving home); Dragon's Heart Hospital; and Tŷ Canna Mental Health Outreach Service.
Image
The Museum of Cardiff might be closed during lockdown but it’s still possible to learn from the fascinating stories it holds, by taking a virtual tour of the collection, one object at a time, and downloading free activities exploring the city’s past.
Image
A big hats off to council staff from planning, highways, building control, waste and economic development who have been working hard behind the scenes to ensure that the Dragon’s Heart Hospital is up and running ready for the NHS to use.
Image
Today, Cardiff Council has again sent Free School Meal vouchers in the post to all eligible families, providing funds for a further two weeks of provision. Each voucher has a value of £40, per child.
Image
In this evening's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: extending the Free School Meals voucher scheme for another two weeks; Cardiff Council office workers redeployed to homeless service save a life; the Council offers free training to become qualified
Image
A homeless man's life was saved by two redeployed Cardiff Council officers who rushed to give first aid when the man collapsed and stopped breathing.
Image
Cardiff’s parks were generally quiet this weekend with the majority of people observing social distancing requirements.
Image
In today's COVID-19 update from Cardiff Council: letter of thanks to all public sector workers; Cardiff Council teams supporting work to transform Principality Stadium into a temporary hospital; Cardiff Council teams supporting work to transform Principa
Image
Here is the latest COVID-19 round-up of the day from Cardiff Council, covering: a cash boost launches the city's food appeal fund; contacting Cardiff Council over the Easter Bank Holidays, the Welsh Blood Service at City Hall, HM Coastguard tell Cardiff
Image
The streets of Cardiff aren't where you would normally find HM Coastguard, but that's set to change as part of plans to help slow and halt the transmission of COVID19.