Cardiff News that you might have missed – 11/12/23

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08/12/23 – Unprecedented challenges lead to city’s housing emergency

Cardiff is facing an emergency housing situation, with exceptional pressures and unabating demand for homelessness services.

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08/12/23 – Sky partners with Cardiff Council’s Youth Services to open first Sky Up Digital Hub in Wales

In partnership with Cardiff Council’s Youth Services, Sky has opened its first digital Hub for Wales, at Eastmoors Youth Centre in Splott.

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08/12/23 – Council plans new Centre to promote independent living

Cardiff Council in partnership with the Vale of Glamorgan Council and the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (UHB), is proposing to build a new £14.5m Independent Living Wellbeing Centre.

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08/12/23 – On-street bike rental scheme will end in Cardiff & Vale of Glamorgan in January, 2024

Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan’s on-street bike hire scheme will cease to operate from January but work to introduce a new and improved service is already underway.

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06/12/23 – Llanishen High School recognised for inclusive excellence by Estyn

Llanishen High School in Cardiff has received praise from Estyn for its commitment to providing a vibrant and inclusive learning environment for the school’s 1694 pupils.

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05/12/23 – School Admission Arrangements in Cardiff for 2025/26

A consultation is now live, providing an opportunity for people to learn about proposed changes to the Cardiff Council School Admission Arrangements for the 2025-26 academic year.

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05/12/23 – Rhiwbeina Primary School praised for its commitment to excellence in education by Estyn

In a recent inspection carried out by Estyn, Wales’s Inspectorate for Education, Rhiwbeina Primary School in Cardiff has been acknowledged for its commitment to excellence in education and its vibrant learning environment.

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04/12/23 – Data shows air quality in Cardiff is improving compared with pre-COVID levels but work still to be done

The air quality data for 2022 shows that city’s air is getting cleaner compared with pre-pandemic levels, although it accepted that there is more work to do in specific areas of the city.

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