News that you might have missed – 30/10/23

News that you might have missed – 30/10/23

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27/10/23 – Welcome return to warm spaces

Cardiff hubs and libraries are once again offering a warm welcome to customers and residents at this time of year, with the onset of colder weather.

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27/10/23 – Lord Mayor leads Cardiff’s tributes to the fallen

Cardiff Lord Mayor Cllr Bablin Molik led the city’s tributes today to those in the Armed Forces who lost their lives in two world wars and other conflicts, at the opening of the Field of Remembrance in the grounds of Cardiff Castle.

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27/10/23 – Global recognition for Cardiff, as city is crowned UK’s first ever UNICEF Child Friendly City

Today, Cardiff Council can proudly announce the city has been officially declared a UNICEF Child Friendly City – the first of its kind in the UK.

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26/10/23 – Open water swimming at Cardiff International White Water

Swimmers looking for safe and clean water in Cardiff to enjoy will be able to take the plunge at new open water swimming sessions at Cardiff International White Water from next week.

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26/10/23 – Cardiff Council Accepts Recommendation for St David’s Hall to Remain Closed

At a meeting held today, Thursday, October 26, Cardiff Council’s Cabinet has accepted a recommendation for St David’s Hall to remain closed until the roof is replaced and the building refurbished.

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25/10/23 – 30,000 more trees planned for Cardiff’s urban forest

30,000 more trees are expected to be planted in Cardiff’s urban forest over the next 6 months as volunteers join community tree planting events taking place across the city.

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24/10/23 – Western Learning Federation is exemplar of best practice by Estyn

The Western Learning Federation in Ely has had an impressive six areas of effective practice published by Estyn.

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23/10/23 – Local Democracy Visit for Cardiff School Senedd

Pupils from a city primary school were given a special insight into local democracy in Cardiff on a visit to County Hall.

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