Source: Wales – City of Cardiff
The news you might have missed from Cardiff Council over the last seven days (5th October)
02/10/20 – 660 bikes already distributed as part of Cardiff’s Schools Bike Fleet scheme
A scheme to encourage children and young people to take up cycling and promote Active Travel, will see 660 bikes delivered to schools across the city by the end of the month.
02/10/20 – Call-out to all bus companies operating in Cardiff
Bus operators in Cardiff are being invited to bid for funding to retrofit older buses within their fleets with approved technology designed to reduce harmful emissions and to reduce air pollution in the city.
01/10/20 – New Dementia Friendly Cardiff website launches
A new website to provide information and advice for people with dementia and their families in Cardiff has been launched today.
30/09/20 – Music board warns of ‘serious consequences’ of Covid-19 for future of live music in Cardiff
Cardiff Music Board has issued a warning of ‘serious consequences’ for the future of live music in Cardiff if additional funds are not made available by central Government.
30/09/20 – Honouring the Cardiff Bay Rugby Codebreakers
Some of the country’s greatest sporting heroes are to be immortalised in a permanent artwork designed to ensure their stories – and the story of the proud and vibrant multi-cultural community which helped shape them – are never forgotten.
30/09/20 – Honouring the Cardiff Bay Rugby Codebreakers pen portraits
A panel of experts has narrowed down the nominees to 13 names (the number of players in a Rugby League team) and the public are invited to take part by voting for their top three. The results will then be passed to the panel for consideration.
30/09/20 – Cardiff properties visited after reports of Covid breaches
Twenty-seven properties in Cardiff received visits from Shared Regulatory Services officers and South Wales Police last weekend, following reports of noise, and in some cases breaches of Covid-19 regulations.
28/09/20 – UPDATED: Top tips for dealing with your waste and recycling during the Coronavirus pandemic
We want to make sure you are able to deal with your unwanted items in the safest and most efficient way.
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28/09/20 – Cardiff Council launches a new guide to help families apply for school places
A campaign which provides families with simple guidance to applying for primary and secondary school places in Cardiff has been launched.
27/09/20 – Statement from Cardiff Council on the immediate closing of Hak’s Fish Bar & Kebabs on Caroline Street due to lack of social distancing
Statement from Cardiff Council on the immediate closing of Hak’s Fish Bar & Kebabs on Caroline Street due to lack of social distancing measures.