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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 2018  

Recycle your food waste into something useful

Wales is the third best country in the world for recycling, but Recycle for Wales believe that we could soon be number one by making everyone more aware of all of the items we can recycle.

Suggestions invited for Local Development Plan

Developers, landowners and residents across Bridgend County Borough are being invited to nominate sites for possible inclusion in the new Local Development Plan (LDP).

Seafront road closed during the Porthcawl Elvis Festival

To help ensure that crowds attending the Porthcawl Elvis Festival (28 – 30 September) can enjoy strolling safely along Porthcawl’s seafront in their blue suede shoes and colourful costumes, a stretch of the main road along the esplanade will be closed for the majority of the weekend.

Councillors check on recycling and waste performance

Councillors have been scrutinising Bridgend County Borough Council’s recycling service today, hearing how local residents have helped the local authority go from 21st place to the second best for recycling in Wales in just one year.

First Minister opens all-new Betws Primary school

A fire-damaged Bridgend County Borough school which was demolished and replaced with state-of-the-art new premises has been officially opened by First Minister, Carwyn Jones.

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