The Vale of Glamorgan Council
Click on the link below for information on:-
- Recycling & Waste, Housing, Traffic & Highways, Environment, Planning, Transport, Schools, Social Care
- Business Support, Education & Skills, Environmental Health, Libraries, Regeneration, Trading Standards, Licensing, Procurement
- Visit the Vale, Arts & Culture, Community Centres, Events, Coast, Leisure & Activites, Parks & Gardens
- Our Council
- Consultation, Council, Complaints & Compliments, Council Tax, Housing Benefits, Jobs, Press Office, Equal Opportunities
The Safer Vale Partnership
Working together to tackle crime and disorder. Find out about the partner agencies and the services they provide using the link below:
Swoosh is a local website offering information, news and advice for all young people. This new website is supported by the Welsh Assembly Government and linked to a national website for young people called CLIC.Who is Swoosh for?
There are roughly 22,000 young people aged between 11-25 living in the Vale of Glamorgan, Swoosh offers advice and information access to all young people in this area of Wales.
Click on the link below to find out more:
Vale of Glamorgan Youth Service
The Youth Service is inclusive and open to all - we work withyoung peoplein the local community, at school, on the street.
To find out more click here.
COWBRIDGE LEISURE CENTRE
Cowbridge Leisure Centre offers a wide range of facilities and activities for people of all ages.
Click on the link below to find out more:-
The library is situated just off Cowbridge High Street, behind the Old Hall and next to the Health Centre.
To find out more information click on the link below:-
ODEON Cinemas - Fanatical About Film
Please click here for more information.