News that you might have missed – 04/12/23
30/11/23 – Repairs Academy helps to grow Council’s skilled workforce
One of Cardiff Council’s key employment initiatives is proving its worth in helping those who are eager to learn develop their skills in new trades and take great strides along their career paths.
30/11/23 – Walking and cycling improvements: Sanatorium Road, Broad Street, Lansdowne Road & Grosvenor Street, Canton.
The scheme is part of an active travel project for Canton which is being funded by a grant from the Welsh Government.
29/11/23 – Fareshare Cymru trial production of ‘ready meals’ from surplus food
Fareshare Cymru will begin a six-month production trial of healthy, sustainable ready meals made from surplus food after successfully moving into the next phase of a Sustainable Food Challenge.
28/11/23 – Christmas Memorial service at Thornhill Crematorium
An ecumenical Christmas Memorial Service will be held at the Wenallt Chapel at Thornhill Crematorium on Sunday, December 10, at 2pm.
28/11/23 – Butetown community asked to ‘drop-in’ to share views on the future of Canal Park
Butetown residents are being asked to help develop a new masterplan for Canal Park by sharing their views on the park at a drop-in session to be held at Butetown Pavilion.
28/11/23 – The apprentices who ‘fell in love with the job’ now looking after Cardiff’s parks
A young apprentice who ‘fell in love with the job straight away’ has become one of the latest permanent recruits working for Cardiff in the city’s iconic parks.