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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.

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Deadline approaching for postal vote application forms

If you are registered to vote in Wales and want to vote by post on 6 May 2021 in the Senedd and Police and Crime Commissioner elections, or the local authority by-election in Nantymoel, you must submit a postal vote application form that is received by your local Electoral Registration Office before 5pm on Tuesday 20 April.

Council makes pandemic election plans

With expectations building that Welsh Government and Police and Crime Commissioner elections will take place in May, Bridgend County Borough Council is planning ahead to make sure that people will be able to cast their votes in safety.

Covid-19 update for Bridgend County Borough

The majority of council services in Bridgend County Borough are continuing to operate since Wales entered alert level four conditions at the weekend.

Tier Four restrictions confirmed for Bridgend County Borough

Welsh Government has today announced that Tier Four pandemic restrictions are to be introduced across Wales from 12 midnight on Saturday 19 December to help prevent the spread of coronavirus and fight the emerging new strain of Covid-19.

Council adopts new digital strategy

Bridgend County Borough Council’s cabinet has agreed to adopt a new digital strategy to develop the way residents, businesses and visitors engage with the council.

Make Your Mark young people's vote

Youngsters across Bridgend county borough are being urged to make their mark this month and have a say on the most important issues facing young people locally and across the UK.

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