A campsite in Peterson Super-Ely, is looking to raise money to replace their old toilet facilities with a new sustainable toilet block. Scout groups across the UK are starting to return for in person meetings for the first time this year, but many have had to adapt their facilities to pass new coronavirus restrictions. The new toilet block would allow thousands of scouts to return for face-to-face sessions.
Members of Cardiff libraries can book a slot to browse bookshelves for the first time since their closures at the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. The reopening of Cardiff Council’s recovery of community services since their closures over a year ago.
One of the positive effects that has come from lockdown and working from home is the improvement of our air quality, which is something the Welsh Government want to continue by encouraging local councils, like the Vale of Glamorgan to promote active travel.
With beauty salons expected to re-open on April 12, our reporter Natalie Earley spoke to Aimie Wheatley, owner of Aimie Vee Beauty Studio in Barry, about how the pandemic…
Outdoor activities that we all enjoyed as children have been affected drastically over the last 12 months. Scout, cub and beaver meetings across the UK have had to adapt to continue their […]
18-year-old Ruby Kelly from Newport has written and produced her own single called Sublime. During the first national lockdown, the teenager expressed her feelings through music, and put together a positive personal […]
Just how much are you recycling at home? Can you help Wales become the best recycler in the world? Jordan Howell’s report just may give you some ideas of how you can…
Film students push for film success despite pandemic. Conwy 6 is set around 30 years in the future towards the end of a small violent civil war between England and Wales over independence.
£1.2m Welsh Government boost to Cyfarthfa plan hopes to open new chapters in Welsh tourism.
Iconic buildings across Cardiff were illuminated yellow last night during the National Day of Reflection to commemorate Covid-19 victims on the anniversary of the first coronavirus lockdown in the UK.