Local government is urging Welsh Government for a clear roadmap to bring more pupils back to school when it is safe to do so.
Welsh Government has already announced the beginning of a phased return to schools from the week commencing Monday 22... read more
Wednesday, 17 February 2021
Local government has today welcomed a positive financial settlement from Welsh Government at the end of an extraordinary year.
Councils will see an average of 3.8% increase to their core revenue in 2021-22, representing a £172m year-on-year... read more
Tuesday, 22 December 2020
Following extensive discussions a common approach has been agreed by the Welsh Government and the Welsh Local Government Association for the return to school in January.
With transmission levels continuing to increase across Wales, and... read more
Thursday, 17 December 2020
Secondary schools and colleges in Wales will move to online learning from Monday, December 14 as part of a ‘national effort to reduce transmission of coronavirus’ Education Minister Kirsty Williams confirmed today.
The Minister made it clear... read more
Thursday, 10 December 2020
To mark Carers’ Rights Day, Councillor Huw David (Bridgend), WLGA Spokesperson for Health and Social Care said:
“Our care system could not survive without the contribution of unpaid carers, who provide vital support for thousands of people every day. On Carers’ Rights Day today, I want to say a huge thank you on behalf of local government to all carers across ... read more
Thursday, 26 November 2020
Today, the WLGA has responded to the UK Government’s Spending Review.
Among the Chancellor’s announcements were a pay freeze for public sector workers outside the NHS and an extra £1.3bn in consequentials for the Welsh Government.
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Wednesday, 25 November 2020