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Penygraig Paddling Pool is OPEN

It was terrible that the residents of the Rhondda had to travel all the way to Pontypridd for the children to have any free fun in the water, not everybody can afford to travel to Pontypridd. Unfortunately the council refused point blank to open any Paddling Pool in RCT, including the one in Penygraig. 

Leanne started the campaign to open Penygraig paddling pool over a year ago, and Today 14th August 2017 the pool opened it's gates to the public for the first time in four years. 

Over the past year, having held several public meetings, a team came together under the chairmanship of local resident and Plaid Cymru councillor, Josh Davies to make the dream of re-opening the paddling pool in Penygraig a reality this Summer. They have been working non stop to turn the dream into reality, and the pool is now open for two full weeks, from 10:30 until 5 each day.  

If you would like to get involved then please either fill in the on-line form (follow the link below) or just call by the pool and speak to one of the vlounteers. Follow all the latest news by going to their Facebook page

 

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Save Our Local Health Services

The removal of consultants from the Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Llantrisant has galvanised people from all parts of Rhondda Cynon Taf.

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Postal Vote

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Do you like being on the winning side?

Across the country more and more people are signing up for a postal vote. Here's your opportunity to be a part of this growing trend.

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