Keep Wales Safe Campaign
Please be aware of scams surrounding the Vaccines.
Correspondence will ONLY come from your health board
and your vaccination will be FREE
Cardiff Council are changing the waste and recycling collection days to provide a better service that’s
more efficient and cost effective in the long term.
From Monday 22nd February you may have a change to the day, week or time your collections take place.
Please look out for a letter through your door in the next few weeks.
Information on your new waste collection day will be available online and through Cardiff Council digital
channels after your waste collection this week.
This information is also available online:
- English: https://www.cardiff.gov.uk/collectionchanges
- Welsh: https://www.caerdydd.gov.uk/newidiadauigasgliadau
Cardiff Council’s annual Budget Consultation 2021/22.
The consultation has already launched and closes on 10th February.
The results of the survey are key in the planning and delivery of council and partner services. We therefore want to ensure that our population
and service users are as well represented as possible.
The online links for the consultation are as follows;
Many thanks for your perseverance! We were eventually able to build and plant the Butterfly Garden and very impressive it looks too! The plants and saplings are very strong and look good in the raised planter and trellis provided.
Ask Cardiff is an annual survey undertaken by Cardiff Council. The survey gives people living and working in Cardiff and those visiting the city the chance to share their experiences of public services: the good experiences and where things could be improved.
Arrangements for Remembrance Sunday
Remembrance Sunday 8th November 2020 falls within the 'firebreak lockdown', in light of COVID-19 regulations and with the safety of residents in mind it has now been necessary to scale down Old St Mellons Community Council 2020 Remembrance Sunday Commemorations.
There will be no church service and no parade, but a brief service will be held at the War Memorial on Newport Road at 12 midday. The service will be led by Rev. Andy Christofides of St. Mellons Baptist Chapel.
We are asking that only those who would normally lay wreaths should attend to minimise risk to the public.
We have taken advice from South Wales Police and have consulted Welsh Government Guidelines on this matter.
Clerk to Old St. Mellons Community Council
3rd November 2020
Cardiff Council is set to be one of the first local authorities in the UK to purchase an electric tractor, following a successful trial at Forest Farm Nature Reserve.
Bydd Cyngor Caerdydd yn un o'r awdurdodau lleol cyntaf yn y DU i brynu tractor trydanol, yn dilyn treial llwyddiannus yng Ngwarchodfa Natur Fferm y Fforest.
Construction of 16 new homes to boost the city's supply of affordable housing is about to get underway.
Mae'r gwaith o adeiladu 16 o gartrefi newydd i gynyddu cyflenwad y ddinas o dai fforddiadwy ar fin dechrau.
A Cardiff-based actor, more used to treading the boards and the TV lights than a career in social care, is championing his new role as a domiciliary care worker.
Mae actor o Gaerdydd, sy'n fwy cyfarwydd â throedio'r byrddau ac o dan y goleuadau teledu nag â gyrfa ym maes gofal cymdeithasol, yn hyrwyddo ei rôl newydd fel gweithiwr gofal cartref.
Update on schools affected by COVID-19: 6th October 2020
Y diweddaraf am ysgolion yr effeithiwyd arnynt gan COVID-19: Dydd Mawrth 6 Hydref
Instead of going straight to the Emergency Unit (EU), people will be asked to phone a dedicated telephone number, 0300 10 20 247. This will be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This does not replace 999 calls; if people have an emergency that is life-threatening, they should still call 999.
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