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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.

This news list is currently being filtered by January 2021  

Community asset transfer approved for Cae Gof sports facilities

Cefn Cribwr Athletic Club (CCAC) will take over the management of some sports facilities at Cae Gof Playing Fields under the community asset transfer (CAT) programme after approval from Bridgend County Borough Council’s Cabinet at its meeting on Tuesday 19 January

Community testing available for key workers

Key workers in Bridgend county borough are being reminded that if they or a member of their household is experiencing any of the symptoms of Covid-19, they can request a test at a community testing centre via a dedicated phone number

2021 exam grades to be based on teacher assessments

Welsh Government has announced that it will award exam results for 2021 based on work students have completed over their course following further disruption to face-to-face learning caused by the coronavirus pandemic

Cabinet discusses Fit for the Future consultation results

Bridgend County Borough Council’s Cabinet has heard that overall, residents who responded to the Fit for the Future consultation thought the local authority has performed well during the Covid-19 pandemic

Storm Christoph hits the county borough

As Storm Christoph continues to affect the UK, highway crews from Bridgend County Borough Council are continuing to work around the clock to tackle damage caused by high winds and heavy rain.

Update on mobile testing arrangements

Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board has confirmed the latest arrangements for mobile coronavirus testing facilities in Bridgend County Borough.

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