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‘Brackla, Love it, Don’t Trash it’

‘Brackla…Love it, Don’t Trash it’ campaign is a collaboration between Bridgend County Borough Council, Keep Wales Tidy, Brackla Community Council and SeaQuest.  It was set up in 2020 to urge residents to keep Brackla Tidy and to changes people’s attitudes towards litter. At the start of the project, pupils from Archdeacon John Lewis, Brackla Primary,…

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Winter 2020 Newsletter

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Our Winter 2020 Newsletter is here! Please click the link below to view it Newsletter 2020 *Note – the Christmas Hamper draw closes at 4pm on Thursday 17th December*

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Lockdown Business Support Grants

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A series of new grants have been launched by Welsh Government to provide financial assistance for businesses that are facing operational and financial challenges caused by the lockdown restrictions. For full details on the grants and how to apply visit Bridgend County Borough Council’s business support webpage below: https://www.bridgend.gov.uk/my-council/performance-plans-and-reports/coronavirus-covid-19-latest-information-and-advice/apply-for-welsh-government-business-support/

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Advertising Vacancy on Brackla Roundabouts

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Advertising Vacancy on Brackla Roundabouts Brackla Community Council currently have vacancies available for businesses looking to advertise on two roundabouts in Brackla. Each business will be allowed two signs on one of the Roundabouts (on opposite sides). Both Roundabouts are in prime locations with lots of traffic flow. For more information or if you are…

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Pebble Pathway of Hope

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As you may have seen, there has been a  ‘Pebble Pathway of Hope’ created in Channel View (just opposite the entrance to Maple Drive), which was first initiated by local resident Seren to say ‘Thank you’ to NHS and Key workers who have continued to work and put themselves at risk during the Coronavirus Pandemic….

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