Former Wales rugby player Ian Gough is returning to his hometown of Cwmbran for a charity dinner. The former second row who was capped 64 times for Wales is helping to raise money for the Welsh Charitables RFC Benevolent Fund.[Read more…]
CWMBRAN is to help host the world’s biggest youth film festival when it returns to Wales this year.
Almost 45,000 free cinema tickets are up for grabs for primary and secondary school pupils throughout Wales. The festival runs from 7 to 23 November.[Read more…]
£1,000 was raised at a netball tournament at Cwmbran Stadium held in memory of a player who passed away in May 2018 from a brain tumour.[Read more…]
Touch rugby is a great team sport without physical contact. Girling Ladies touch rugby team want to encourage more players to get involved and enjoy the fitness, competitiveness and social side of the sport.
It’s the perfect example of reusing and recycling. Every parent feels the pain of buying new school uniform each year. Badges, colours and styles make them difficult to be used by others.
But governors at Cwmbran High School have solved this problem. The last day of term is a non-uniform day and pupils are encouraged to bring in their outgrown clothes for classmates to use in the new term.