News in Cowbridge

RSPCA Cymru have urged Halloween merrymakers have been not to bin their leftover pumpkin carvings – but feed them to wildlife instead.

Many animals can eat pumpkin – and the animal welfare charity is encouraging anyone who carved a pumpkin not to throw the remnants away; but to provide a tasty treat instead for their fellow living creatures.

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The tablet loan scheme has officially been launched and Penarth Library will see the introduction of iPad tablets for local residents to borrow.

Llantwit Major Library recently hosted the launch of Wales' first tablet loan scheme, which will see Vale libraries lending 4G enabled iPads to its members.

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People in Cowbridge and the Vale of Glamorgan have been complaining about missed rubbish collections after the council introduced changes to the way it takes recycling.

A Vale of Glamorgan Council spokesman has responded to the complaints. They said: "Like all local authorities in Wales, the Vale of Glamorgan Council must reach ambitious statutory targets for the amount of waste that is recycled.

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The Vale of Glamorgan Council is proposing to meet the increasing demand for school places in Cowbridge by investing in two new primary school buildings as part of a multi-phased project.

The first phase would see an investment of £7 million to double the capacity of English-medium primary places by building a new 420 place primary school building on the site of Cowbridge Comprehensive school.

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