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AFTER the success of last year’s initiative which saw Peter’s Pies give groups, charities and schools across South Wales vital funding, they are now giving local communities another chance to apply for a ‘Slice of the Pie’.
4:36pm Tuesday 21st October 2014
THE Sixth Penarth Cub Scouts had a harvest theme last week, when games and quizzes were all moulded around foods and where they come from around the world. The cubs brought some gifts of food which will be forwarded to the food bank at Tabernacle Church, and talked about how people in other countries, apart from our own, for various reasons, need our help to be able to have something to eat. The cubs were pleased to ‘help others’ as part of their Promise.
4:01pm Tuesday 21st October 2014
RNIB Cymru has received £940k from the Big Lottery Fund which will be used for an innovative welfare rights service for people with sensory loss in Wales. The service is delighted with the funding and has been designed to address the barriers that people with sensory loss face ensuring access to information, support and advice is delivered when, how and where people need it.
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4:22pm Monday 20th October 2014
ON October 3, Carole Bumford (Lady Captain at Brynhill Golf Club) and her vice Glynis Gould attended an assembly at Cogan Primary School to donate £1,280 to the 'Specialist Hearing Resource Base' at the school. One of the pupils at this centre is Claire Downton's son, Daniel, and grandson of Carole Allen.
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11:47am Monday 20th October 2014
SOUTH Wales School Community Police Officers are carrying out a month-long drive to encourage young people to behave nicely and Be A Nice Guy (B.A.N.G) during the approaching Hallowe'en and Bonfire Night celebrations.
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ON October 14, Neil Sinclair paid a return visit to the club with further tales of Tiger Bay. Neil was born and raised in TB and remembers John and Haley Mills making the film about the Bay in 1968. Why called “Tiger”? It is thought that Portuguese sailors approaching Cardiff docks feared the rough waters of the Bristol Channel and termed it “tiger water“.
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NATIONAL Lottery funding has supported a number of community based projects across Wales with a share of the £279,724 being awarded under the latest round of the Awards for All small grants programme.
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OVER 70 members were present at Sully U3A's October meeting to hear the guest speaker, Elizabeth Sweeney. Elizabeth is the European Parliamentary Information Officer in the UK. She has worked for the European Parliament for over 30 years and is currently based in their London office. She outlined how the single market for the freedom of movement of people, goods, services and capital was formed in the aftermath of World War II, and said that since Britain joined in 1973 it remained an emotive subject as to whether we should belong or not. She outlined the criteria for EU membership, what the European Parliament does and its structure, what it legislates on and what is legislated on by national parliaments.
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