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Free workshops for the kids at Westward Community Centre, 2nd and 3rd of November ... See MoreSee Less

FREE HALF TERM ACTIVITIES: Lantern Making Workshops for kids at Carnegie House (Old Library), Bridgend Library and Westward Community Centre, to be used at The Festival of Light Lantern Parade at Bridgend Town Centre. Every day in half term! See the poster for details!

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Paul Warren shared Claire Hiett's post to the group: Bridgend County Independents for Cefn Glas Ward. ... See MoreSee Less

The new season's fast approaching and our little darlings are heading back to school and college.Why not treat yourself to some well deserved ME time and join us in Carnegie House for Art Club on Tuesday evenings. Full details attached. Please contact me with any questions.

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Paul Warren shared CF31 Bridgend BID's Roots Street Festival to the group: Bridgend County Independents for Cefn Glas Ward. ... See MoreSee Less

A little taster of what's in store for you at the next Roots Street Festival brought to you by CF31 BID, Saturday 16th September 10am until 6pm ... #RootsTown #YourTown #BrighterBridgend

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Paul Warren shared Bridgend County Independents's post to the group: Bridgend County Independents for Cefn Glas Ward. ... See MoreSee Less

Luke has been busy leafleting Cefn Glas over the last few days and hope to have all delivered in time for you to complete your postal votes if you have one. If you haven't received your leaflet yet we've attached it below. Its time for Change for Cefn Glas and Laleston Community Council. Vote for Luke promoted by Luke Richards of 19 Bettws Road, Brynmenyn, Bridgend, CF32 9HY

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Paul Warren shared Bridgend County Independents's post to the group: Bridgend County Independents for Cefn Glas Ward. ... See MoreSee Less

Many of you still experiencing poor and inconsistent refuse collections, the bin crisis may well have subsided from the chaos we witnessed in the first month but it's still a long way from satisfactory. You may recall that in a press release BCBC blamed the chaos on the fact there'd been a "50%" increase in the volume of recycling. We were unconvinced about this figure so submitted a Freedom Of Information request for the data which supported it. Today we received the response. In summary the 50% figure is not supported by the evidence. The historic weekly average was 390T the actual reported figures for the first four weeks are as follows: 1 - 380T 2 - 431T 3 - 413T 4 - 404T None of these figures comes close to an increase of 50% on the historical average of 390T indeed the first week sees a decrease. We are deeply disappointed that our local authority has made a statement, repeated by councillors, that is not supported by the facts. Note that there appears to be a contradiction between the percentages and the weekly variance v the historical average.

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A great honour, as Deputy Mayor, to be asked to attend Bryntirion Comprehensive School's performance of Les Miserables tonight. The youngsters were fantastic and so much talent! ... See MoreSee Less

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If your recycling hasn't been picked up on time, or you're still waiting for your bags, please contact your Cefn Glas councillor Jon-Paul Blundell
Cllr.Jon-Paul.Blundell@bridgend.gov.uk
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