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Tax Check Service for Licence Applicants
How to apply for a Hackney Carriage/Private Hire Vehicle Driver’s Licence
Information about the Tech Valleys project
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Tell Us Once is voluntary to use and very helpful. It enables you to report a death only once, telling central and local government services securely and confidentially without you having to inform them individually.
For small events, occasional events of less than 499 people which
Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council is responsible for the enforcement of housing standards within Blaenau Gwent.
Up to date school term dates and holidays for schools in Blaenau Gwent
Evidence base research has shown that being bilingual has many benefits
UK Youth Parliament member for Blaenau Gwent
Have your say on our initial proposals before 3 November
The Constitution describes the various bodies that make up the Council, their functions, Membership and procedural rules
The Den is open 6 days a week, Wednesday – Monday from 9.30 am until 4:30 pm, the site is closed on Tuesdays.
As a parent, deciding on your child’s education will be one of the most important decisions that you will make.
The Met is the recently refurbished cultural and conference centre situated in the middle of Abertillery
Understand the Welsh language scheme and access the annual report
Investment fund comprising a mix of repayable and non-repayable finance
Links to businesses, forums, and business groups in Blaenau Gwent
The best ways to spend the day in one of our towns
Access a range of training and accredited courses for young people
The Little Theatre is home to the Tredegar Thespian Players, who present three plays a year
The museum has a varied collection of artefacts reflecting the industry and life of this important iron making town.
This heritage centre tells the story of how Aneurin Bevan MP as Minister of Health used the society as the blueprint for rolling out free healthcare for everyone when he ‘Tredegarised’ the UK.
Built in 1858, the iron clock tower is a symbolic reminder that the town's existence and growth was due to the production of iron
Big Lottery funded regeneration grants for Tredegar based businesses
Advice, frequently asked questions, and how to apply for work on protected trees