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Source: Wales – City of Cardiff

The news from last week that you might have missed 09/11/20


06/11/20 – Register to vote campaign launches

A new advertising campaign to encourage young people and eligible foreign nationals living in Cardiff to register to vote has been launched.

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05/11/20 – Cardiff Bay Rugby Codebreakers campaign gets Speaker’s backing

The campaign to mark the achievements of Cardiff Bay’s Rugby Codebreakers has attracted public support from The Speaker of the House of Commons, Rt Hon Sir Lindsay Hoyle MP.

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05/11/20 – Poppy symbols painted on roads across the city

Poppy symbols have been painted on side roads next to war memorials in eleven locations across Cardiff, as a mark of respect to the servicemen and servicewomen that have served, fought and died for our country.

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03/11/20 – Views sought on exciting regeneration scheme

People in Grangetown are being asked for their views on the proposed redevelopment of the Channel View estate.

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03/11/20 – Cardiff leisure services to be reviewed following 50% drop in attendance due to Covid-19

A review of Cardiff’s leisure facilities and operations, provided by social enterprise GLL, is being planned to address the impact of Covid-19.

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