Posts From July, 2020

BLOG: Rethinking local recovery in Wales 

by Councillor Andrew Morgan, Leader of WLGA
Our lives have changed dramatically over the course of the crisis. Our daily experiences have been altered in ways unimaginable only a few months ago by restrictions and measures necessary to control the spread of the virus. But lockdown has not... read more
 

Schools to reopen from September 

The Education Minister, Kirsty Williams, has today confirmed that all pupils will be able to return to school in September. The Welsh Technical Advisory Group, which provides scientific and technical advice to Government during emergencies, this... read more
 
Thursday, 09 July 2020 Categories: Lifelong Learning News

Coronavirus Senedd social care report welcomed by local government 

Responding to the Health, Social Care and Sport Committee’s report on the coronavirus health and social care response so far, Councillor Huw David (Bridgend), WLGA Spokesperson for Health and Social Care said: “The coronavirus has hit our social... read more
 
Thursday, 09 July 2020 Categories: News Social Services

Council leaders in Wales call on UK and Welsh governments to “move heaven and earth” to help communities affected by heavy job losses in the north east 

Leaders of the 22 councils in Wales have called on Welsh and UK governments to work together on a two-government support package to come to the aid of those affected by devastating job losses in Flintshire. Airbus have announced that 1,727 jobs... read more
 
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