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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  

Councillors agree funding model for new schools

Two of the next new primary schools to be built in Bridgend County Borough will be financed through a Mutual Investment Model, the Welsh Government’s innovative way of investing in public infrastructure.

Council views proposals from developers

A register of locations where future potential development could take place has been discussed by the Development Control committee of Bridgend County Borough Council.

Council prepares for Brexit

With the UK due to leave the European Union on March 29, preparations are underway at Bridgend County Borough Council to ensure a minimum of disruption.

Council and Halo partnership wins top UK award

Services which encourage people to live healthier and more active lives in Bridgend County Borough have been officially recognised as being the best in the UK.

Health boundary change reassurance for residents

Responsibility for health care services in Bridgend County Borough will move from the ABMU Health Board to the Cwm Taf Health Board from 1 April 2019, and local residents are being reminded that the boundary change won’t affect how services are delivered to patients.

Support for care leavers through university

A new policy for supporting care leavers through their university and higher education studies has been agreed by Bridgend County Borough Council.

Street art tribute for amazing schoolgirl

The mysterious ‘Lego Man’ street artist has struck again in South Wales, this time with a colourful tribute in support of a Bridgend schoolgirl’s mission to raise positive awareness of Down’s Syndrome

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