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Llanbedr woman takes gold in prestigious care awards

A Gwynedd woman who devotes her life to caring for vulnerable people in her own home has struck gold in major national awards. Teresa Francis,...

DementiaGo…..Keep dancing with ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ star Russell Grant

As part of the Dementia Go physical activity programme for people living with dementia and their care-givers, Gwynedd Council is providing an afternoon of...

Regeneration fund open for Bangor and Caernarfon centre buildings

Gwynedd Council has established a £850,000 fund to renovate buildings located in the Bangor city centre area and Caernarfon town centre. This follows the Council’s...

Ageing Well Plan – supporting Gwynedd’s older people

Helping Gwynedd’s older people to live full and independent lives. That’s the aim of the Gwynedd Ageing Well Plan, a new Gwynedd Council initiative,...

Gwynedd Council Leader announces he is to step down next May

Councillor Dyfed Edwards, Gwynedd Council Leader and Leader of the Plaid Cymru Group on the Council has announced his intention to step down from...

Circular walks provide boost for Gwynedd coastal communities

Businesses and key groups were recently given the opportunity to see and experience new circular walks that have been developed off the Coastal Path...

Rugby club concerns over dogs on playing fields

Clwb Rygbi Caernarfon and Gwynedd Council’s Street Enforcement Team have recently joined forces to tackle the problem of dogs on the club’s rugby grounds. This...

Pump FX classes at Gwynedd leisure centres

Gwynedd Council will shortly be launching Pump FX fitness classes at all its leisure centres - further enhancing the group exercise programme on offer.   Pump...

Gwynedd Council provide support for vulnerable individuals

There is an opportunity for business owners in Gwynedd to help people with learning difficulties to be more prominent as members of society by...

Gwynedd cabinet supports new modern ways of working

Gwynedd Council’s Cabinet recently visited Ysbyty Alltwen to see for themselves the work being carried out by staff from the Council’s social care team...
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