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  1. Also in City Lists25 romantic things for couples to do in CardiffRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2016 | Edinburgh-festivals.com

    We've put together a list of 25 heart-flutteringly romantic things for couples to do in the city - some traditional, some not so traditional and some that you've possibly never thought of doing before. Pick one of their massive sundaes with two spoons and dive in! For a romantic red choice, pick The Ron Burgundy .

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    Sunday | This is South Wales

    It might seem that the only plan is to go to the beach because it is the summer after all - but then it rains. All the places below are one hour or less from Swansea, so there are no excuses not to escape from the city and explore the surrounding areas.

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  3. People have written brilliant responses to Brexit in suggestion boxes ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | IcNetwork

    Mysterious "ballot boxes" placed around a Welsh town have seen people express their regret - and at times anger - about Britain choosing to leave the European Union.

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  4. AM blasts council decision not to take enforcement action against...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Penarth Times

    AN ASSEMBLY member has blasted the Vale council after it emerged a letter has been sent to travellers camped illegally in Sully saying no enforcement action will be taken against them for five years. South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies criticised the council for proposing a toleration of the former civic amenity site on Hayes Road, where travellers have already been camped since 2012 - much to the dismay of local councillors and residents.

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  5. The travellers camp on Hayes Road in SullyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Penarth Times

    AN ASSEMBLY member has blasted the Vale council after it emerged a letter has been sent to travellers camped illegally in Sully saying no enforcement action will be taken against them for five years. South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies criticised the council for proposing a toleration of the former civic amenity site on Hayes Road, where travellers have already been camped since 2012 - much to the dismay of local councillors and residents.

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  6. There's now a map of all the Pokemon Go stops in CardiffRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | IcNetwork

    Pokemon Go has emerged as a global craze with players hooked to their handsets since it launched in the US, Australia and New Zealand The craze of Pokmon Go is once again sweeping the nation after being launched on smartphone in the UK yesterday. Players have been walking the streets searching for Pokmon, looking for gyms to do battle or looking for Pokstops to stock up on Pokballs.

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  7. Ramblers enjoy evening walk to Salmon LeapsRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 14 | Penarth Times

    PENARTH and District Ramblers leader Sue and staff Jodie welcomed 14 walkers and spaniel Lexie at the Twyn in Dinas Powys for a circular evening walk to the Salmon Leaps. Setting off along Highwalls Road past Heol-y-Cawl, so named because one bad winter during the 19th century a soup kitchen was set up there in order to feed the local community, who were cut off by deep snow for some weeks and had run out of food.

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  8. View from Westminster: Keeping pressure on the government - Stephen Doughty MPRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Penarth Times

    THIS week I raised concerns in Parliament over Brexit and Article 50, on behalf of many constituents from Penarth and Cardiff who have written to me. As I've said previously, I respect the vote - but when it comes to what happens next, we cannot just take any old deal that's put before us.

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  9. More than 1000 people crammed into Belle Vue Park for the annual music eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | Penarth Times

    The annual event saw people young and old, families, friends and neighbours came together to enjoy an afternoon of entertainment from a selection of bands and singers. The free community festival was organised by the Friends of Belle Vue Park, with the stage provided by the Vale of Glamorgan Council and the sound by Sound Media Solutions Ltd. They were followed by Simon Buck and the Ex's Men who were formed during the Monday open mic nights at Penarth's Ex-Servicemen's Club.

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  10. Single walker turns up for Penarth and District rambleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | Penarth Times

    PERHAPS it was because a good weekend of sport was on the cards or maybe because of the unseasonal weather forecast, but only a single walker turned out to join Pam and Krys from Penarth and District Ramblers for the short journey to St Fagans. Parking near the Plymouth Arms the trio set off down towards the entrance to the National History Museum more commonly referred to as St Fagans which houses buildings from all over Wales that have been dismantled, moved to the site, rebuilt and will hopefully be preserved for posterity.

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  11. Seb Griffiths, Harry Ritchie, Adam Day, Felix Bockelmann-Evans were Evenlode's orange teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Penarth Times

    PENARTH Windsor LTC would like to congratulate all its members who took part in the recent Vale of Glamorgan schools tournaments, including pupils at Evenlode Primary and Howell's School who finished as South Wales Champions. With over 5,000 pupils competing in Wales , the events took the form of red , orange and green teams competing in county events at their clubs followed by national finals in Cardiff.

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  12. These are the most expensive homes sold in Wales in MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | IcNetwork

    May was a busy month for sales of dream homes in Wales, although all of the top ten are in South Wales stretching from Monmouthshire to Swansea. Penarth keeps up its regular appearances in the monthly list and illustrates the town's enduring popularity with home buyers.

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  13. A 200 million-year-old Welsh dinosaur has come back to life at National Museum CardiffRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | IcNetwork

    A life-size reconstruction of the Welsh dinosaur Dracoraptor hangani can be seen perched on a rock alongside the museum's other dinosaurs in the Evolution of Wales gallery A life-size reconstruction of the Welsh dinosaur Dracoraptor hangani can be seen perched on a rock alongside the museum's other dinosaurs in the Evolution of Wales gallery at National Museum Cardiff. The bones of the Welsh dinosaur Dracoraptor hanigani were discovered in 2014 at Lavernock beach near Penarth in South Wales by brothers Nick and Rob Hanigan.

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  14. Vale politicans join faith leaders to condemn hate crimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Penarth Times

    POLITICIANS from the Vale of Glamorgan have joined faith leaders in condemning hate crime following an increase in incidents after the EU referendum. A spate of incidents across the country have been reported by the national media in the wake of the Brexit vote.

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  15. Record crowds expected for music event in Penarth parkRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Penarth Times

    Belle Vue Music In The Park takes place on Sunday, July 10 and organisers say that they predict a larger attendance than ever after a series of "extremely successful" years. The event is hosted by Friends of Belle Vue with support from local businesses including the main sponsor, Tailor Made Travel.

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  16. Eric Bristow is the latest sporting star to speak at the Vale Sports ArenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | Penarth Times

    ERIC Bristow, the five times World Darts Champion, was recently in the Vale of Glamorgan starring in a Sports Dinner supporting PG10 Coaching Hundreds of guests to the Vale Sports Arena in Penarth were given opportunities to learn about Bristow's achievements and stories from a successful darts career. The former world champion also played in a number of matches against guests and took part in fun games to complete a wonderful evening.

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  17. Hollywood actress Erin Richards tells of dreams of returning to Welsh seaside townRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 1 | IcNorthWales

    The star, who has been living in New York, visits Penarth in the Vale of Glamorgan -which she has fond memories of, in latest series of 3 Lle on S4C Although Hollywood actress Erin Richards has been living in New York for the past two years, she admits her heart will always belong to the seaside town of Penarth. In the next episode of the series 3 Lle on Sunday, July 3, on S4C , the star of drama series Gotham reveals that Penarth is still an important part of her life.

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  18. James Harris from St Helens RC Primary School competing in the long jump. Picture: John O'BeirneRead the original story

    Friday Jul 1 | Penarth Times

    THIS year's Paragames have inspired a new generation of school pupils across the Vale of Glamorgan to emulate their Paralympic heroes. The Vale of Glamorgan Council 's Disability Sports Wales officer was on hand to promote sport and activity for child athletes with disabilities at the Paragames.

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  19. Penarth couple reveal how they save A 1,000 a year on energy bills by going greenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 1 | IcNetwork

    A 'Superhome' in Penarth which is packed with award-winning energy features has been branded a 'superhome' and saves its owners over 1,000 every year. Nigel and Christine Humphrey, from Penarth in the Vale of Glamorgan, wanted to cut the cost of running their detached 1940s home and have installed a host of energy-saving features including cavity wall insulation, floor insulation, loft insulation and triple glazing, together with low energy appliances and lighting to help minimise energy bills.

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  20. Figures show two out of six comprehensives in the area were over-subscribed this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | IcNetwork

    Two of the Vale of Glamorgan's six council-controlled secondary schools were heavily over-subscribed during this year's applications process, we can reveal. Figures released using the Freedom of Information Act show both St Cyres Comprehensive School, in Penarth , and Cowbridge Comprehensive School did not have the capacity to meet the demand for places when applications were first submitted.

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