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  Bridgend - Castles and foundation
Bridgend - Castles and foundation is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
Bridgend (Welsh: Pen-y-bont) is a town in the traditional county of Glamorgan and the main town in the county borough of Bridgend.
Bridgend is in South Wales, roughly midway between the principal cities Cardiff and Swansea.
www.experiencefestival.com /bridgend_-_castles_and_foundation   (1261 words)

  Bridgend (county borough) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bridgend is a county borough in what was the traditional county of Glamorgan, southern Wales.
The county borough has a total population of 130,000 people, and contains the settlements of Bridgend, after which it is named, Maesteg, and the seaside town of Porthcawl.
The county borough lies at the geographical heart of south Wales.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bridgend_(county_borough)   (182 words)

 County borough - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
County borough is a term introduced in 1889 in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (excluding Scotland), to refer to a borough or a city independent of county council control.
When county councils were first created in 1889, it was decided that to let them have authority over large towns or cities would be impractical, and so any large incorporated place would have the right to be a county borough, and thus independent from the administrative county it would otherwise come under.
The remaining county boroughs were abolished in 1974, and replaced with non-metropolitan districts and metropolitan districts, all beneath county councils in a two-tier structure.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/County_borough   (908 words)

 Caerphilly (county borough) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Caerphilly [county borough] is a local government principal area in southern Wales, straddling the boundary between the traditional counties of Glamorgan and Monmouthshire.
Other towns in the county borough are Bedwas, Risca, Ystrad Mynach, Newbridge, Blackwood, Bargoed, New Tredegar and Rhymney.
The county borough was formed on April 1, 1996 by the merger of the Rhymney Valley district of Mid Glamorgan with the Islwyn borough of Gwent.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Caerphilly_(county_borough)   (135 words)

 Bridgend County Borough Wales UK Superweb Directory > City Guide Villages & Towns
Bridgend County Borough is in Glamorgan in the south of Wales.
Bridgend County Borough occupies the Llynfi, Garw & Ogmore valleys.
The largest town is Bridgend with a population of 39,773, then followed by Maesteg with a population of 20,700 and seaside coastal resort of Porthcawl with a population of 19,238.
www.uksuperweb.co.uk /bridgend-county-borough.html   (242 words)

 Bridgend County Borough Council : FUJITSU Switzerland/Austria
Bridgend County Borough Council’s (BCBC) primary objective was to raise awareness of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) among local small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
Through the plan, the council works closely with organisations such as Bridgend College, the local business community and the voluntary sector to ensure that it has a robust and workable means of utilising ICT to contribute to sustainable development, tackle social disadvantage and address equal opportunities.
Bridgend’s Information Society Plan recognises the potential for ICT in the lives of its citizens and ensures that the council will be able to continue supporting democracy and equality.
www.fujitsu.com /ch/casestudies/fs_bridgend.html   (1469 words)

 Bridgend: Encyclopedia II - Bridgend - Castles and foundation
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South of Bridgend the River Ewenny merges with the River Ogmore and flows into the Bristol Channel.
Bridgend grew rapidly into an agricultural town important to many of the local farmers.
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 Age Positive - tackling age discrimination and promoting age diversity in employment   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The county borough lies at the geographical heart of south Wales, on the Bristol Channel coastline and with a mix of urban and rural communities.
The demographics of Bridgend Borough mean we have an ageing population.
Bridgend Council will work closely with Terry and the rest of the Youth Council on the issue of homelessness, which is a big problem in the area.
www.agepositive.gov.uk /researchdetail.cfm?sectionID=42&cid=120   (1091 words)

The main town in the division is Bridgend.
The aim of the division is to make Bridgend County Borough a safer and more peaceful place, where the public, especially those who are young, vulnerable or from minority or ethnic communities, have a high degree of confidence in the police.
The aim is to be recognised by other agencies as being an important partner contributing to the well being of the people who live in and visit the force area.
www.south-wales.police.uk /fe/master.asp?n1=16   (182 words)

 Bridgend/Vale Final   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Council believed that Bridgend is the natural focus for the three communities and the ease and convenience of using local government services in tandem with access to all legal, health and shopping facilities could not be denied.
Bridgend County Borough Council felt that it was clear that the Commission’s decision was influenced greatly by the referendum, which showed that the majority were in favour of the communities remaining in The Vale of Glamorgan.
5.7 Bridgend County Borough Council referred to the fact that the local authority boundary is not aligned with the boundaries for Parliamentary, European or Welsh Assembly constituencies.
www.lgbc-wales.gov.uk /Boundary/LGBC_Bridgend-Vale_Final.htm   (3150 words)

 Bridgend/RCT Final   (Site not responding. Last check: )
July 1998, to Bridgend and Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Councils, Ogmore Valley and Gilfach Goch Community Councils, the Members of Parliament for the local constituencies, the local authority associations, the police authority for the area and political parties to inform them of our intention to conduct the review and to request their preliminary views.
Bridgend County Borough Council; Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council; Ogmore Valley Community Council; Gilfach Goch Community Council; South Wales Police Authority; and the Headteacher of the Primary School in Evanstown.
The community ward of Evanstown is on the north-eastern periphery of the County Borough of Bridgend.
www.lgbc-wales.gov.uk /Boundary/LGBC_Bridgend-RCT_Final.htm   (3946 words)

Bridgend County Borough Council is celebrating the launch of its talent development programme for girls with sporting potential.
Bridgend Sports Development would like to thank all its partners particularly the rotary clubs from Bridgend and Porthcawl and would like to invite anyone who is interested to get involved in the Disability Sport Cymru Scheme to ring Anne Andersen, Disability Sports Cymru Development Officer on 01656 302645.
Organised by Bridgend County Borough’s Disability Sports Cymru Development Officer and Puma’s Multi Sports Club and funded through the National Lottery and Get Active, this years camp aimed to be the most successful on record.
www.bridgendsportingchance.org /news.html   (1418 words)

 News Wales > Community > Bridgend news
Waste Awareness Wales is asking people in Bridgend to think green this Halloween and compost their pumpkins when they are finished with them.
Youngsters in the county borough are being offered the opportunity to take part in a new road safety initiative called the Children ' s Traffic Club.
Bridgend County Borough Council was inundated with requests to introduce this service, especially by students from Bridgend, but studying in Aberystwyth.
www.newswales.co.uk /?section=Community&F=1&id=8219   (426 words)

 BFI inspection report on Bridgend County Borough Council | eGov monitor   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, John Hutton, today published an inspection report by the BFI on Bridgend County Borough Council's processing of claims for housing benefits.
In 2004/05 Bridgend County Borough Council administered some 33.3million pounds in housing benefits, about 14.8 per cent of its gross revenue expenditure.
Inspectors found that Bridgend had largely overcome difficulties with the implementation of the new benefits IT system and had many good practices in place.
www.egovmonitor.com /node/4225   (326 words)

 The Editor
As a newcomer to Bridgend County Borough, I have been impressed by the outstanding natural beauty of the coast line and remaining rural areas – this is a very valuable asset for the local community which risks being destroyed by old fashioned attitudes to planning and development.
Bridgend County Borough Council is currently reviewing proposals for the redevelopment of Porthcawl, the key element of which is a new superstore.
Already new housing construction in Bridgend County Borough means that towns and villages run into each other and the character of the landscape has been altered.
home.clara.net /jpopov/pr04.htm   (437 words)

 UK Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Blog
The Information Commissioner has today announced that he is ordering Bridgend County Borough Council to disclose the latest hygiene inspection report for a local hotel.
The Information Commissioner, Richard Thomas, said: “Bridgend County Borough Council argued that the release of inspection reports would undermine the way it carries out its responsibilities, but we were unable to agree that their refusal to disclose was justified under the Freedom of Information Act.
Bridgend CBC refused the request, citing section 31 of the Act ('law enforcement').
foia.blogspot.com /2005/12/press-release-information_15.html   (591 words)

 Bridgend Local Health Board   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It serves a population of around 129,000 people within a geographical boundary which is coterminous with that of Bridgend County Borough Council (BCBC), with whom it shares statutory responsibility for the implementation of the Health, Social Care and Well-Being Strategy.
Their purpose is to shape and improve the quality, delivery, accessibility and co-ordination of the health and social care services provided to the residents of Bridgend County Borough.
The Board’s primary responsibility is to ensure that its investment of resources secures a pattern of services, which provides the optimum health outcomes for the people it serves.
www.wales.nhs.uk /lhg/home.cfm?OrgID=266   (352 words)

 The Bridgend and The Vale of Glamorgan (Areas) Order 1996   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Article 3 and Schedule 1 transfer parts of the county borough of The Vale of Glamorgan (parts of the communities of Ewenny and Llangan) to the county borough of Bridgend (to the communities of Bridgend and Coychurch Lower).
Consequential changes are made by the Order to preserved counties, local government electoral areas, petty sessional divisions and coroners’ districts.
Article 4 provides for the holding of elections in the Oldcastle and Llandow/Ewenny electoral divisions of, respectively, the county boroughs of Bridgend and of The Vale of Glamorgan.
www.opsi.gov.uk /si/si1996/Uksi_19962915_en_4.htm   (375 words)

 Bridgend County Borough Council Website - www.bridgend.gov.uk
Notice anything new about the Bridgend Website? In addition to introducing new templates to improve website accesibility, we are now using the Google search engine to give you improved search results when searching this site.
Volunteers are needed this autumn to look for signs of one of Wales' most elusive mammals.
The Bridgend Community Safety Partnership works to reduce crime, disorder and fear of crime.
www.bridgend.gov.uk   (265 words)

 Bridgend County Borough Council - Citizens' Panel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 2003 Bridgend County Borough Council established a Citizens’ Panel made up of approximately 1,350 residents who are representative of the whole community on a broad range of characteristics such as sex, age and location.
This panel allows the Council to discover the views and opinions of the citizen’s of Bridgend County Borough.
If you are not currently a member of the panel but would be interested in joining, please complete the form on the Panel Recruitment page.
www.ors.org.uk /bridgend   (284 words)

 AMI - Home
Bridgend County Borough Council claims 30 full-time jobs would eventually be created if the scheme goes ahead in Porthcawl.
If enough funding can be secured for the project, berths for 400 boats and yachts will make the marina one of the biggest in the Bristol Channel area.
Keri Lewis, chief executive of Bridgend County Borough Council, said, "This would be an exciting development for Bridgend County Borough that would enhance Porthcawl's status as a coastal resort and holiday destination.
www.marinaassociation.org /news2.cfm?NewsID=581   (359 words)

 Mental Health   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It is the role of the Mental Health Development Officer to bring together the elements of service user involvement, carer involvement and the voluntary sector strategically to fulfil the aims of the mental health development service within Bridgend County Borough...
Bridgend County Borough Mental health Network is a forum of voluntary groups and agencies that are involved or concerned with work on mental health issues...
Bridgend Association of Voluntary Organisations (BAVO) is the umbrella organisation that has the interests of the voluntary groups in the Bridgend area uppermost in mind.
www.bavo.org.uk /mentalhealth.html   (1639 words)

 Bridgend College : Bus Details   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Bridgend College Student Access Fund may be able to help students in difficult circumstances who might otherwise be prevented from undertaking or continuing with their course.
If you are over the age of 18 years on the 1st September prior to your Further Education or Higher Education course you may be eligible for an ALG from your local authority.
Application forms are available from your County Borough Council and you are advised to apply as soon as you have been accepted onto your chosen course.
www.bridgend.ac.uk /content/public/studentsupport?CollegeID=2&menuOption=studentsupport&LanguageID=1&id=13   (625 words)

 Bridgend County Borough Council - Archive Internet Shopping at dooyoo.co.uk
Bridgend County Borough Council : Is this fraud or just pure incompetence?
I know I am making a sweeping statement here but I really believe something underhanded is going on at Bridgend Borough Council.
But before I go any further on this point, I just want yo make sure that you realise I am not a natural complainer, but a person can only be pushed so far.
www.dooyoo.co.uk /archive-internet/bridgend-county-borough-council   (210 words)

 Bridgend County Borough Council, Bridgend, Bridgend
Teach at Bridgend County Borough Council, register today.
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At Axcis we place UK qualified teachers, overseas trained teachers (OTT) and experienced classroom assistants in teaching jobs / positions in the Bridgend LEA and throughout the UK.
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 Bridgend Association of Voluntary Organisations
BAVO is a membership organisation with membership open to all voluntary and community groups working or based in Bridgend County Borough.
BAVO is the umbrella organisation for voluntary activity throughout the County of Bridgend, supporting, developing and representing voluntary organisations, volunteers and communities.
The building was made possible through substantial funding from the Welsh Assembly Government's CFAP funding programme and the Big Lottery to whom we are very grateful.
www.bavo.org.uk   (563 words)

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