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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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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

Food parcel scheme features nutritious breakfast and lunch items

Following recent media coverage of food parcel schemes in England, Bridgend County Borough Council is reassuring residents on how the authority is making sure that children who are eligible for free school meals do not go hungry.

Schools to remain closed due to high coronavirus cases

Welsh Government has announced that schools and colleges will remain closed until the February half-term unless there is a significant reduction in coronavirus cases before January 29 – the end of the next three-week review of current regulations.

Applications opening for school nursery places

Applications are opening on Monday 11 January, for children eligible for a full-time nursery place in September 2021 or a part-time nursery place from January or April 2022

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.

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