Over £220,000 to extend Welsh Language Charter across North Wales
During a visit to the National Eisteddfod in Meifod, the First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones will today announce over £220,000 to extend a Welsh Language Charter across North Wales during 2015-16.
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- £2.9m flood scheme will benefit 205 Barry homes and three schools
- Over £220,000 to extend Welsh Language Charter across North Wales
- Further secondary legislation for development management
- Non-Domestic Rating (Definition of a Domestic Property) (Wales) Order 2015 and Guidance for Ratepayers
- Draft statutory guidance on the National Training Framework on violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence
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Culture and sport
14 December 2012
The Prince of Wales visited Dylan Thomas’s birthplace in Swansea today as it was announced he would be Royal Patron of DT100
13 December 2012
Housing Regeneration and Heritage Minister Huw Lewis has called on architects and others involved with traditional buildings in Wales to contribute to the draft Heritage Bill for Wales
28 November 2012
The All-Wales Heritage interpretation plan aims to ensure that stories about Welsh heritage are told well and in ways which are engaging.
22 November 2012
Over £2.9m of funding will support the development of local Welsh museums, archives and libraries over the next financial year.
20 November 2012
Throughout Wales, museum directors, front of house, curators, conservators, website designers and catering staff will be replaced by children and young people.
09 November 2012
Show Racism the Red Card uses sport to educate children and young people about anti-racism.
08 November 2012
Wales is making encouraging progress in using museums and galleries to help tackle child poverty, Welsh Heritage Minister, Huw Lewis told a UK wide conference.
06 November 2012
Huw Lewis has announced the appointment of Lord Aberdare as a Trustee of the National Library of Wales.
25 October 2012
A new sports pavilion has been officially opened by Sports Minister Huw Lewis.
25 October 2012
Huw Lewis visited Parc Prison in Bridgend to see how an innovative project is helping to support current and released prisoners from reoffending.
23 October 2012
Enabling the protection of Wales’ heritage whilst encouraging public access is the aim of the Welsh Government’s Historic Environment Strategy.
19 October 2012
The maritime history of Wales is playing a big role in the regeneration of seaside towns.
19 October 2012
As he officially re-opened Abercarn Library, the Minister for Housing, Regeneration and Heritage, Huw Lewis, appealed to people across Wales to make the most of the libraries in their area.
09 October 2012
Tanni Grey-Thompson met school pupils from Deri Primary School at the Senedd ahead of the group’s first meeting.
26 September 2012
The Minister for Housing Regeneration and Heritage has launched Cadw’s Heritage and Arts Framework, at a celebration of the Cauldrons & Furnaces project at the Senedd.
25 September 2012
Just a week before the Welsh Homeless World Cup squad fly off to Mexico, Huw Lewis met representatives from the Welsh team at the Senedd to wish them good luck in the competition.
20 September 2012
‘Ein Treftadaeth’/’Our Heritage’ is a £1.7m project to provide an integrated approach to heritage tourism across Gwynedd, Conwy and Snowdonia National Park.
13 September 2012
Housing Regeneration and Heritage Minister Huw Lewis today took a tour of both Conwy and Denbigh Castles to see how recent works at the Cadw properties have improved the experience for visitors.
07 September 2012
Sports Minister Huw Lewis will be in the Olympic Stadium this Saturday night to present medals at the victory ceremony for the men’s F57 javelin competition.
24 August 2012
Cadw has a whole host of events happening all across Wales to help you plan a fun-filled bank holiday weekend for all the family.