St Athan’s own Heritage Coast Gateway Stone will soon be installed on the side of the B4265. Artist and Sculptor Howard Bowcott has been appointed to create four ‘Gateway Welcome Features’ along the Heritage Coast; they will be located at roadsides at Ogmore, St Brides Major, Llantwit Major and St Athan
The new features will mark the key roadside entrance points to the Glamorgan Heritage Coast area and have been commissioned as part of an on going initiative to raise the profile of the destination to visitors and residents alike, and will build on the success of the interpretation work at the beach and car park locations.
This commission is part of a collection of works funded by the Vale of Glamorgan Council and the Coastal Communities Fund and is being led by Creative Rural Communities, the regeneration and economic development initiative in the Vale of Glamorgan Council.
Creative Rural Communities is part funded by the Welsh Government Rural Communities Rural Development Programme 2014-2020
If you have any queries or want more information please e-mail: email@example.com or call 01446 704707 or visit http://www.creativeruralcommunities.co.uk/
Tuesday, 20 September 2016
DO YOU WANT TO HELP IMPROVE THE ST ATHAN PLAY AREA?
St Athan Parks Survey
Has the Park changed since you were a child?
How would you like the Park to be improved?
The recently formed SAINTS Group are trying to make a difference in St Athan. They are applying for funding to improve the play area.
To support application, we need your comments about your local park. Please complete the survey on line by Monday 3rd October 2016 at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/stathanpark
First Published Monday, 22 August 2016
Members of the public are being target with automated voicemail messages which try to get personal details from their victims by pretending to be from Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Further information www.safervale.co.uk
Posted Friday 12th August 2016
A Squadron based at RAF Valley has temporary relocated to MOD St.Athan for the month of August, whilst re-surfacing work is carried out at their home base
If you were wondering about all the increased flying activity from MOD St.Athan, we can report that a detachment of Hawk T2 from IV(R) Squadron, normally based at RAF Valley in North Wales has de-camped to St.Athan while refurbishment work is carried out at their home base.
The works are planned to be complete by early September, but while at St.Athan flying operations are expected from 8.30 in the morning until 5pm Tuesday to Friday, with possibly some limited flying on Mondays.