A midwfie from Cwmbran is in the running to win £10,000 after reaching the regional finals of Specsavers’ Spectacle Wearer of the Year competition.
Dave Mason is starting his 34th year of being a football referee in south Wales. The 65-year-old has no intention of hanging up his red and yellow cards and plans to go on ‘as long as my legs will let me.’ He estimates he has taken charge of over 1,500 games.
Dawn Pearce had some tough choices to make after being redundant from her job in a bank. Instead of looking around for another office job she found inspiration in her two dogs.
Rhiannon Bennett, community councillor for Coed Eva, was invited to one of the sites yesterday to officially cut the ribbon and open the new facility.
Brave little Luka Bailey won a race at his last sports day- in the year he was been battling a debilitating illness.
The 11-year-old was suddenly struck down by Sydenham’s Chorea – also known as St Vitus Dance – which results in rapid uncoordinated jerking movements affecting the face, hands and feet.
Health Secretary Vaughan Gething AM today cut the first ground on the £350 million building of a new hospital in Llanfrechfa, Cwmbran. He also announced that the new hospital, which has been known as the Specialist and Critical Care Centre (SCCC), would be named ‘The Grange University Hospital’.