Neath Port Talbot Council is considering a new culture and heritage strategy which could be used to attract funding for projects celebrating the county borough’s rich sporting, cultural and industrial history.
Neath Port Talbot Council’s Test, Trace, Protect (TTP) Service wants people to be aware that 10 people who attended a stag do in Liverpool have tested positive for Covid-19. The group were transported to Liverpool via D J Thomas Coaches from Friday 16th July to Monday 19th July.
Neath Port Talbot Council is going to start the biggest and most important conversation it has ever had with those living and working in the area.
Update for Skewen residents from the Coal Authority - Tuesday 20 July
A new project in the uplands of South Wales aiming to restore a historic peatland landscape and help people enjoy their local outdoor space has been awarded £1.56m by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Update for Skewen residents from the Coal Authority - Thursday 15 July
Local Authority fostering services in Wales have today joined forces to become ‘Foster Wales’; teams across the nation combine their efforts and expertise to significantly increase the number and diversity of Local Authority foster carers.
Port Talbot’s Princess Royal Theatre will be one of the first theatres in Wales to re-open in 2021 with a live event later this month when it stages the World Premiere of a new play about the life of Welsh working class martyr, Aberavon born Dic Penderyn.
Staff at the Wernick Buildings factory have given a demonstration of a new four-bed hospital ward constructed at the firm’s premises on the Kenfig Industrial Estate in Port Talbot.
Neath Port Talbot Council staff have started work on installing a new CCTV system in Briton Ferry which will be used to protect people and property and be a deterrent to crime and anti-social behaviour.