The news from Cardiff Council that you might have missed – 04/07/22

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30/06/22 – New ‘relaxed sessions’ at Splashpad for children with additional needs

A visit to Victoria Park Splashpad on a sunny day will be high on the wish list of many children this summer, but for some children with additional needs the sheer popularity of the facility has, until now, made it difficult to enjoy.

Read more here:

https://www.cardiffnewsroom.co.uk/releases/c25/29336.html

 

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30/06/22 – Business partnership pays off for Cardiff allotment community

A group of allotment holders in a Cardiff suburb have turned a wasteland into a potential oasis thanks to months of hard work… and the generosity of a building supplies company.

Read more here:

https://www.cardiffnewsroom.co.uk/releases/c25/29327.html

 

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30/06/22 – Eighty-three empty homes in Cardiff have been brought back into use this financial year

Eighty-three empty properties have been brought back into use in Cardiff since April 2021, with support through the council’s empty homes policy.

Read more here:

https://www.cardiffnewsroom.co.uk/releases/c25/29325.html

 

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29/06/22 – Wales’ biggest festive lights trail is back – and tickets are on sale now

A ‘hypnotic laser journey’ and an ‘epic orb of iridescent colour’ are just some of the brand new sights set to dazzle visitors at Christmas at Bute Park 2022

Read more here:

https://www.cardiffnewsroom.co.uk/releases/c25/29314.html

 

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29/06/22 – Stray chow chow dog found with bad skin and eye condition in Cardiff

RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a stray chow chow dog was found in Cardiff with a significant skin condition.

Read more here:

https://www.cardiffnewsroom.co.uk/releases/c25/29312.html

 

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27/06/22 – Cardiff Council providing financial help in response to the cost of living crisis

With petrol prices set to hit £2 a litre, food inflation predicted to reach a 20-year high of 11% this summer and gas and electricity bills rocketing, the UK is facing a cost of living crisis.

Read more here:

https://www.cardiffnewsroom.co.uk/releases/c25/29296.html