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  • Official opening of Reuse Shop
    30 July 2014

    This week, the Deputy Leader of Neath Port Talbot Council, Cllr. Peter Rees, has officially opened the Reuse Shop located at the Briton Ferry Recycling Centre.

  • Having Fun is Child’s play at Council’s Summer Schemes
    29 July 2014

    Neath Port Talbot Council’s popular Summer Playschemes are set to return this August. The sessions will run from 4th to 29th August and provide free, high quality, organised play opportunities at 32 venues throughout the county borough. There will also be a mobile skate team which will cover an additional 9 locations.

  • M4 trial slip road closure
    22 July 2014

    Details of the forthcoming M4 trial slip road closure have been confirmed following a recent meeting between officers of the Welsh Government and Neath Port Talbot Council and representatives from Port Talbot Chamber of Trade, the local community and Business Wales.

  • Council raises concerns over impact of legal action
    21 July 2014

    Following the conclusion of a legal challenge to the outcome of a review of funding to third sector organisations in Neath Port Talbot, the Council has issued a strong note of caution on the effects of such action.

  • New mascot has important recycling message
    18 July 2014

    Neath Port Talbot Council has unveiled a new mascot as the face of its Reduce Reuse Recycle campaign.

  • Advisers hit the road to help launch new recycling service
    16 July 2014

    A team of recycling experts from Neath Port Talbot Council will be hitting the streets later this month, to help introduce people to their new and improved recycling service

  • Adult Learner recognised with Award
    15 July 2014

    A Port Talbot man, who suffers from a severe stammer which had affected every aspect of his life including his education, was recognised with a top honour at a recent awards ceremony.

  • Gareth Nutt to head up Environment Directorate
    11 July 2014

    Councillors at Neath Port Talbot have appointed Gareth Nutt as Corporate Director of Environment.

  • After thirty years, Paula’s in from the cold at Iceland
    09 July 2014

    Following thirty years of unemployment, the South West Workways project has successfully helped a Port Talbot resident to find a full time permanent job.

  • Dyffryn scores well in school report
    08 July 2014

    Inspectors from Estyn, the organisation that inspects quality and standards in education and training providers in Wales, have judged Dyffryn School as a good performing school with good prospects for improvement.

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