Pencoed School Students Celebrate F1 Project Success

‘The F1 in Schools’ social enterprise project provides a challenging educational experience for students and school children from across the country whilst raising awareness of STEM and Formula 1. Teams must raise sponsorship and manage budgets to cover all costs including research, travel and accommodation. Participating pupils are inspired to use IT to learn about[…]

Children’s TV legend opens Maesteg recycle centre shop

(Press Release via Bridgend County Borough Council website) Underground, overground, Wombling free – the Wombles from Wimbledon know a thing or two about making good use of the things that they find, the things that everyday folks leave behind. And following in their footsteps, Bridgend County Borough Council has been working with its partners Kier[…]

Local AM pledges to “get behind the daffodil” for Marie Curie this February

Huw Irranca-Davies AM is encouraging constituents to donate and wear their iconic Marie Curie daffodil throughout February and March to help the charity’s Nurses provide vital care and support to people living with a terminal illness and their families. The Ogmore AM joined forces with Marie Curie Chief Executive Matthew Reed alongside Marie Curie Nurses[…]

Successful Business Breakfast hosted at ‘The Old House’

The newly refurbished and impressive ‘Old House’ in Llangynwyd played host to a Lloyds Bank ‘Business Breakfast’ as part of an ongoing series of events being held across Wales. Attended by Local MS Huw Irranca-Davies, MP Chris Elmore and Lloyds Banking Group’s Ambassador Wales Carys Williams, the breakfast gave local SME’s (small and medium enterprises),[…]

“Millions of pounds of children’s savings could go unclaimed” warns Local AM

Huw Irranca-Davies AM is calling on all parents and teenagers about to turn 18 to check they have access to government-backed trust funds, set up when they were born. In some cases these child trust accounts, which will mature this Autumn, may contain around £1,000, could be lost after the UK Government scrapped the Labour[…]

Local AM calls for more understanding of Stoma and ‘Hidden Disabilities’

Pelican Healthcare, a leading provider of disposable stoma care products, held a campaign launch at the Senedd calling for a society change to tackle everyday challenges that ostomates and more widely those with invisible illnesses may face. The ‘Be The Change’ event heard from a panel of ostomates who shared their heartfelt stories about some[…]