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CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED TO SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASE NUMBER AND DIVERSITY OF FOSTER CARERS IN GWYNEDD

Description
The campaign by 'Foster Wales', the new network of 22 Local Authority fostering services across the country aims to make a substantial national impact on the futures of young people.
Date:
24/09/2021

Tenancy Hardship Grant available for Gwynedd residents

Description
The Welsh Government has announced that a Hardship Tenant Grant is now available to support private sector tenants who are struggling to pay rent due to Covid-19.
Date:
23/09/2021

Local residents in Gwynedd to receive important voter registration information

Description
Households in Gwynedd are receving a form asking residents to check whether the information that appears on the electoral register for that address is correct as part of Gwynedd Council's annual canvass of households.
Date:
23/09/2021

The saddening result of seal and seal pup disturbance on the Welsh coast

Description
With more people visiting the Welsh coast than ever before, authorities are urging the public to take care and not to disturb wildlife.
Date:
21/09/2021

Ysgol Abersoch

Description
A report that will be considered by Gwynedd Council's Cabinet on 28 September recommends the closure of Ysgol Abersoch on 31 December 2021 and providing a place for pupils to attend Ysgol Sarn Bach from January 2022.
Date:
20/09/2021

The first electric vehicles to collect waste in Gwynedd

Description
Electric waste collection vehicles on their way to Gwynedd
Date:
16/09/2021

Pobl i Bobl – Helping Refugees

Pobl i Bobl – Helping Refugees
Description
Pobl i Bobl – Helpu Ffoaduriaid
Date:
13/09/2021

Share your stories for Black History Month 2021

Description
Gwynedd Council is calling on local residents to share their stories of how black people have contributed to Gwynedd's society in different ways over the years.
Date:
03/09/2021

Gwynedd Sport for Life team joins Byw'n Iach

Description
Gwynedd Council's Sport for Life Team is transferring over to Byw'n Iach. Byw'n Iach is a not-for-profit company, which manages 12 Leisure Centres across the county on behalf of the Council.
Date:
02/09/2021

Seeking the views of Gwynedd Sports Clubs

Description
During September 2021 Gwynedd Council's 'Chwaraeon am Oes / Sport for Life' Team will transfer to the Byw'n Iach company who provides fitness, sport and swimming facilities throughout Gwynedd.
Date:
02/09/2021
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