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Ceredigion Council 9h
Are you looking for a career change? See the available jobs below. Click the link to see more:
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Did you know? There were over 24,000 incidents of fly-tipped household waste in Wales last year ⚠️ It’s your legal duty to check where your waste is going. ✅ Use a registered waste carrier. 💻: Visit
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Ceredigion Council 14h
🌞 On Saturday 22 June, Aberystwyth Summer Fete will be held. To ensure the success of the event, the roads noted below will be closed during the period. 🌞
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Ceredigion County Council are taking part in the 2019 Scams Awareness campaign. We’ll be helping people stay now and all year round. More information at
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Ceredigion Council Jun 18
Behind the child, there might be a struggle you can’t see. A small act of kindness could change someone’s life. encourages just that – do the little things. Find out more here:
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Ceredigion Council Jun 18
11 new E-bike charging stations have been recently installed at various sites in Aberystwyth by Ceredigion County Council following receipt of an Active Travel Fund grant from the Welsh Government.
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Ceredigion Council Jun 18
The Corporate Resources and Overview and Scrutiny Committee will be meeting in the Council's Chamber on Wednesday 19 June at 9:30 am. Click the link for more information:
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Ceredigion Council Jun 17
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Ceredigion Council Jun 17
The Governments Trading Standards Office for Product Safety and Standards are urging consumers to unplug unmodified and affected ‘Whirpool’ tumble dryers immediately. Consumers are urged to contact the company. To read more, click the link:
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Ceredigion Council Jun 17
Are you looking for a career change? See the available jobs below. Click here to see more:
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Ceredigion Council Jun 17
If your work involves travel, you might not be getting what you're owed. Make sure you're not being short changed
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Ceredigion Council Jun 14
Are you looking for a career change? See the available jobs below. Click here to see more:
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Ceredigion Council Jun 14
An ambitious new Carbon Management Plan is targeting a 15% reduction in emissions by 2023. The plan to reduce Ceredigion County Council emissions was approved by the council’s Cabinet on 11 June 2019. To read more, click here:
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Ceredigion Council Jun 14
Food and drink businesses will be among those who can apply to have a place on the Aberystwyth Promenade this summer. The council’s Cabinet approved proposals to tender out parts of the promenade and beach for a trial period during the summer of 2019.
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Ceredigion Council Jun 13
Teaching, leadership and standards have been described as ‘Excellent’ in Ysgol Dyffryn Cledlyn’s first Estyn report. To read more, click the link:
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Ceredigion Council Jun 13
👣This week's Walk of the Week is Aberaeron Circular walk. This route follows the coastal path south of the wide streets and colourful terraces of the Georgian town of Aberaeron before turning inland. The route includes steep climbs.
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Ceredigion Council Jun 12
Stop others from being scammed - Report a scam to more than 1 organisation: (1) Citizens Advice Consumer Service on 03454 04 05 06 and (2) Action Fraud - or Royal Mail if you’ve been scammed by post. Give as much information as you can.
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Ceredigion Council Jun 12
A new plan has been approved to improve footpaths and bridleways in Ceredigion. The Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP) was approved in a Cabinet meeting on 4 June 2019. To read more, click here:
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Ceredigion Council Jun 11
A consultation will be held on establishing a new area school in the Aeron Valley. The council’s Cabinet approved the consultation on 4 June 2019. Council officers carried out an engagement exercise between 4 February and 17 March 2019. To read more:
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Ceredigion Council Jun 11
Over forty businesses and organisations from across Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire came together recently to find out how they can be a part of a new and exciting tourism project called ‘Celtic Routes’. To read more, click here:
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