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WW1 Exhibition at Barry Library

Barry Library is currently showing an exhibition entitled 'Will you sometimes think of me?’. It is based on a WW1 autograph book created by Beatrice Jones, a young VAD nurse at St. John Hospital, a convalescent hospital set up in St. Augustine's Institute, Albert Road, Penarth. The exhibition is in the ‘Lolfa’ area of Barry Library from Wednesday 7th until Friday 30th November 2018

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Develop your Welsh language skills

Do you want to improve your Welsh language skills so you feel more confident using Welsh with the people you care and support? Social Care Wales has partnered with the National Centre for Learning Welsh on Work Welsh.

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Llantwit Major Youth Centre

Glamorgan Voluntary Services (GVS) is delighted to be negotiating with the Vale of Glamorgan Council for the Leasehold interest in the building known locally as the Llantwit Major Youth Centre. GVS is keen to allay any fears that the local community may have about the future of the youth clubs that are run from the building.

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11th Year Anniversary of Black History Month celebrations in Wales

Race Council Cymru manages the Black History Wales wide (BHW) and Black History Cymru 365 portfolio in Wales and acknowledges the contributions made by Black people to local, national and world history and culture. It does this through delivering an informative educational and celebratory programme of events through the year, culminating in an end of year celebration of Black History Month in October annually

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Read our latest report "Transport fit for future generations"

Our new report – Transport fit for Future Generations – demonstrates how the Well-being of Future Generations Act should be used to consider solutions to solve problems such as congestion by identifying far reaching and ambitious solutions which will improve the well-being of both current and future generations.

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