Friday, November 17, 2017

Body of man found following cycling incident

Earlier today emergency services notified the police of the discovery of the body of a 56 year old man in the South Gwynedd area.

He is thought to have been involved in a cycling incident.

There are not thought to be any suspicious circumstances.

The next of kin have been informed.

Source: http://www.north-wales.police.uk/news-and-appeals/body-of-man-found-following-cycling-incident.aspx (Fri Sep 1st 2017)

Leanne Hughes
Leanne Hughes
Local News & Events, Welsh Politics
Caerphilly & Merthyr Tydfil

Santa Appeal is open

"Last year we were delighted to collect more than 2,000 presents, thanks to the generosity of local people and the support of our adult service users at Learning Curve, who volunteer their time to collect the presents from collection points.

"The Santa Appeal has seen people who have very little themselves donating to cover the cost of a gift for one child and also groups of people from work places, organisations, sports teams and universities coming together to donate a bundle of gifts.

"It truly is such a heartwarming campaign and one that allows us to celebrate the true magic of Christmas and community spirit."

The Santa Appeal is open to the public from November 1 to November 24. All you need to do is ring Santa's helpers on 01443 425025 (lines open from 9.30am to 4.30pm (Tuesday to Friday) or drop an email to customerservicesrctcbc.gov.uk entitled Santa Appeal.

You tell them how many children you would like to buy for and they will give you the name and age of a child who would be delighted to receive a gift. Simply choose a present and take it to your nearest collection point in a gift bag by December 1, so the Learning Curve staff can collect it and ensure it gets to Santa in time to be delivered Christmas Eve.

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Last year, over 2,000 children in Rhondda Cynon Taf who are less fortunate than others received a present (or two!) to open on Christmas Day, thanks to the Santa Appeal.Rhondda Cynon Taf Council, which runs the successful appeal, is delighted to confirm the Santa Appeal 2017 is now open, with residents urged to show their support and ensu...

Cardiff steps into Christmas on November 9th, 2017.

Highlights include:

Skye & Rubble from PAW Patrol at intervals outside The Old Library, opposite St David's Hall.

Santa and his Reindeer in their pan at the bottom of St Mary Street

Festive Quarter with Christmas Markets - The Hayes

Santa's Queen Street Grotto

Late night shopping and in-store offers

Opening of Cardiff's Winter Wonderland with Admiral Ice Rink

Plus festive street theatre including performances from Spark! A mesmerising, unmissable street show combining fantastic drumming and LED lights.

The Snow Lion and White Queen, and a spellbinding Snow Globe that glides gracefully by with a beautiful, ethereal Snow Queen inside.

Christmas Market

From 9 th November - 23 rd December, the Festive Quarter arrives, as St John Street, Working Street, The Hayes, Trinity Street and Hills Street become home to over 80 beautifully decorated wooden stalls. Over 200 talented artists, crafts people and food and alcohol producers from across Wales offer an array of gifts such as Welsh slate, crafted candles, tasty cheeses, fruit wines and liqueurs, flavoured vodkas and gins, silver and enamel jewellery, pottery and original artwork. You will be able to find something for everyone on your Christmas gif' title='Cardiff steps into Christmas on November 9th, 2017.' alt='Cardiff steps into Christmas on November 9th, 2017.'>

Step into Christmas - The Official Start to Christmas in Cardiff The impressive calendar of events explodes onto the streets on Thursday 9 th November, as we herald the official start of the magical season with Step into Christmas . This unique street festival sees the city centre undergo a spectacular transformation with a wealth of Chri...

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