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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 2019  

Views wanted on new Licensing Policy

Bridgend County Borough Council is updating its Licensing Policy for 2019-2024 and is inviting views on its aims, proposals and priorities.

Chorus of approval for carers’ choir

A choir set up specifically for carers in Bridgend County Borough has marked Carers Week (10 – 16 June) by releasing its first original song!

Council announces fresh funding opportunities

Following the recent announcement that the Ford Engine Plant is planning to close in 2020, a high-level meeting of local business leaders and employers is being organised by Bridgend County Borough Council.

Show your bottle for reducing plastic pollution

Businesses and residents across Bridgend County Borough are being urged to show that they have the bottle to help reduce plastic pollution by supporting National Refill Day on Wednesday 19 June.

Recycle your old clothes

If you’re revamping your wardrobe for a fresh new look this summer, avoid the fashion faux pas of binning your old clothes – recycle them instead!

Views wanted on enforcement scheme

Bridgend County Borough Council wants to know what people think about proposed amendments to its environmental enforcement scheme.

New Pencoed skateboard and BMX park

An underused former tennis court has pulled a 360⁰ transformation to become a popular new £59,000 skateboard and BMX park.

Pencoed pavilion to be refurbished

The pavilion at Pencoed Recreation Ground is set to be refurbished, re-opened, and taken on by Pencoed Town Council.

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