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Bendix Washing Machines from 1965

Headlines from the Penarth Times 1965

Stephen Doughty MP

View from Westminster - Stephen Doughty MP

Happiness is a cold glass of wine as the autumn wind blows outside

Penarth, the sea, life and me by Alison Powell

Andrew RT Davies AM

View from the Senedd - Andrew RT Davies AM

Tide times

Tide times

Public Services Minister Leighton Andrews

Vale leader criticises council merger bill

Scrapping Wales Bill would be 'massive missed opportunity'  - Stephen Crabb

Scrapping Wales Bill would be 'massive missed opportunity'

The incident happened in the early hours of Sunday, November 22 (29711835)

Young driver in critical condition after early morning crash

Quick coffee morning raises over £700

Tomáš Klement and Steve Crichlow will perform

Talented musicians lined-up for Penarth Concert Club

Head to the Eden Cafe on Sunday, November 29

Community fun at the Eden Cafe

Informative talk for Sully U3A members

TY Junior Academy has had its roofs damaged by storms

Christmas Fairs will raise funds for roof repairs

Young performers shine in PODS pantomime

Dinas Powys WI to make Centenary gift to village

Keep your home warm this winter

The Charity Coffee Morning will be held at All Saints Lesser Hall

Charity Coffee Morning

Billy Connolly is one of the people who had a bust created by Luke Shephard (file photo)

Bronze artist tells fascinating journey of how work is created

Penarth RVS meets at the Paget Rooms

Penarth RVS welcomes new members

Santa is coming to Elfed Avenue United Church

Have breakfast with Santa

Green Flag Awards programme is open for applications

Celebrating green spaces in Wales

SHOCK: Ceri Davies (right) and Anthony Pickles (left) both said they were left in a 'state of shock' after a 'terrifying night' in the besieged city.

Penarth men speak of shock after surviving 'terrifying night' of Paris terrorist attacks

Front page

What's in your Penarth Times: Thursday, November 19, 2015

Andrew RT Davies with Marie Curie Senior Health Care Assistant Tracy Tucker  (46763298)

AM pledges support to improve care for terminally ill people in the Vale

Headlines from the Penarth Times 1965

Opening times

Chemists’ opening times

Pupils came in spots for Children in Need and enjoyed the bake sale

Penarth schools raise cash for Children in Need

Stephen Doughty MP

View from Westminster - Stephen Doughty MP

Citizens Advice column

Tide times

Tide times

Gareth Clarke (pictured) went in for a slide tackle and ended up with dog mess on his arm which led to the infection (45837389)

Football club urges action from council on dog mess after player falls foul to infection

Penarth's MP slams 'shambolic' police funding

Penarth's MP slams 'shambolic' police funding

Vale council leader Neil Moore. (46314261)

City Deal takes significant step forward

Vale of Glamorgan Mayor Fred Johnson

Mayor will not be investigated over controversial Facebook posts

LIVING WAGE: The Golden Lion, at Glebe Street, brought in the measure earlier this month ahead of it being made compulsory across the UK in April

Pub is first in the town to introduce national living wage

SITE VISIT: Proposals are being considered to turn the Gardenhurst mansion and former elderly day centre into apartments

Gardenhurst apartments plan under review

Mark Drakeford (centre) with Specialist Weight Management Service team

Specialist Weight Management Service launched at Llandough Hospital

Last year's Christmas Festival in Penarth (46420420)

Penarth Christmas festival details

"TERRIFYING NIGHT": Penarth man Anthony Pickles with friends Fraser Raleigh and Jessica Thrift in Paris before the attacks

Penarth resident recalls "terrifying night" of Paris terrorism attacks

Afternoon club

Parish of St Andrew Major's Autumn Fair

The Parish of Penarth and Llandough are holding their Christmas Fair

Christmas Fair at the Paget Rooms

The gallery at Boundary Art

Harmony exhibition heads to Boundary Art

Come along to Fairfield Primary School's Christmas Fair

Christmas Fair at Fairfield Primary School

The talk will be held at All Saints Church Lesser Hall

Penarth Local History Society talk

Penarth RVS meets at the Paget Rooms

Members enjoy an afternoon of fashion

Ramblers at The Folly

Ramblers take a walk to the Folly

Alison Debono of The Media Angel with their award

Penarth-based company wins top marketing award

What's in your Penarth Times...

What's in your Penarth Times...

Large waves have hit Penarth’s coast in the past

Coastal areas expected to be hit by large waves

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