Huw Irranca-Davies MS welcomes new fund to support Ogmore’s creative freelancers

Freelancers working in the cultural and creative sectors in Ogmore and across Wales will be able to apply for their share of a £7m fund – which is targeted specifically at those in the freelance sector hit hardest by the Covid-19 pandemic.  The fund will open for applications on Monday 5th October and will run[…]

* Huw Irranca-Davies MS urges Ogmore’s sporting groups to tap into £14 million Emergency Fund

The Welsh Government is supporting Wales’ sport and leisure sector with a £14million funding package to be managed by ‘Sport Wales’. The ‘Sport and Leisure Recovery Fund’ will be available soon to complement the current ‘Hardship Fund’ for local government, and will provide essential support to sports clubs and organisations through the ongoing coronavirus pandemic[…]

MAESTEG SCHOOL – JOINT STATEMENT

Bridgend County Borough Council press release 2.9.20 Council offers reassurance over Covid-19 concerns: https://www.bridgend.gov.uk/news/council-offers-reassurance-over-covid-19-concerns/ Frequently asked questions about Maesteg School Q1. Are you referring to ‘Maesteg School’ or ‘Maesteg Comprehensive School?’A1. The formal name of Maesteg Comprehensive School is ‘Maesteg School’. Q2. How safe is it for me to send my child back to the[…]

REGENERATING EMPTY PROPERTIES – GRANTS NOW AVAILABLE

Ogmore MS Huw Irranca-Davies commented: “Our local authorities with Welsh Government support are targeting funds towards regeneration of properties in the valley areas, including most parts of the Ogmore constituency. This is something which I and other Labour/Co-op valleys MSs pushed hard for, so some of the empty properties can be turned back into homes.[…]