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Welcome to Bridgend County Borough Council’s media centre. These pages feature latest news from the county borough, and you can also keep up to date by following us on social media.

Don’t feel trapped at home – get creative!

Free lessons on playing the ukulele, story-writing, photography and more are helping older people avoid feeling like they are stuck at home during the Covid-19 coronavirus lockdown.

Council clarifies financial position during pandemic

Following Bridgend County Borough Council’s recent announcement on the anticipated £9m cost of meeting the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, the authority has responded to additional enquiries about its finances.

Bridgend County Borough tourism business survey

Businesses involved in the tourism industry in Bridgend county borough are being asked to take part in a survey to show exactly how the coronavirus pandemic has affected them and discuss proposals for the future.

£650k investment bid for active travel routes

Bridgend County Borough Council has submitted a £650,000 funding bid to Welsh Government for temporary and permanent active travel routes as part of transportation measures to improve the safety and conditions of walking and cycling paths both during and following the Covid-19 crisis.

28 05 20 Covid-19 update

As the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic continues, Bridgend County Borough Council is continuing to focus its resources on providing essential services and protecting vulnerable residents. The following information provides a summary of latest developments.

27 05 20 Covid-19 update

As the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic continues, Bridgend County Borough Council is continuing to focus its resources on providing essential services and protecting vulnerable residents. The following information provides a summary of latest developments.

Pupils receive free menstrual products

School-aged pupils who are self-isolating or shielding during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic can claim free menstrual products as part of a Welsh Government-funded scheme.

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