Lauleigh’s Creche in Cwmbran Shopping is now hiring cool car-style trolleys for young shoppers to relax in while their parents stroll around the shops. The creche is based upstairs in The Parade and opened in January.
Our favourite supermarket worker in, 93-year-old Reg Buttress who has been working in Cwmbran Sainsury’s FOREVER (well since 1981) has been interviewed and photographed by the Sun newspaper.
Jade Rhian Rowland started selling handmade bath products online and then last year she had a stall at the Christmas Market in Cwmbran Shopping. The feedback from customers was so good it gave the Croesyceiliog resident the confidence to get a permanent stall set up in the town’s Market Village.
This video was filmed at 7.45am on Sunday 12 February. The fire started yesterday evening at the Football Factory in Cwmbran.
Comments from the Football Factory’s Facebook page
Advice from South Wales Fire Service
Following the fire on Avondale Ind Est, Cwmbran overnight, residents are advised to keep windows and doors closed. LK
— SW Fire & Rescue (@SWFireandRescue) February 12, 2017
Current and former rugby internationals will be packing out Greenmeadow Golf Club in Cwmbran to share stories about the former Wales and British Lion legend.
It takes place on Friday 24 February and all the money raised will go to the Welsh Charitables RFC Benevolent Fund.
Tickets on sale now
Tickets are £35 per head and include a five-course meal including coffee and mints. It is a 6.30pm meet for a 7.15pm sit down. Call David Power on 07973 705062 or email email@example.com to get your tickets.
David Power, secretary of the Welsh Charitables RFC, said: “This will be an evening filled with laughter in the company of one of the rugby world’s most recognised players.
“He showed the giants of rugby that speed and talent could still more than make up for size in the modern rugby team. Fans who come along to our dinner will hear him share his stories from behind the scenes of his career.”
You can follow the Welsh Charitables RFC on Twitter @WelshCharRFC
A mother of two from Cwmbran has graduated with a nursing degree after returning to education to pursue her dream job.
Rebekah Jones was working at Topshop when she decided to go back to college to study Access to Nursing.