The town of Bridgend has a vibrant business community and TCRM wants to help them all succeed. Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr (Bridgend in Welsh) boosts varied industries from the biotech arena to car engine manufacturer. The town has undergone extensive redevelopment with pedestrianisation of the town centre at it's heart. Out of town is one of the areas largest designer outlets, Mcarthur Glen. It has several business parks offering great facilities for any new ventures. The local council is Bridgend County Borough Council.
Woman Â‘believed she was about to dieÂ'
A support worker believed she was about to die when her partner attacked her in her home by throttling her and stamping on her face and head three times.
Â‘TommieÂ's TrekÂ' - paying tribute to a brave little boy
If you are looking forward to a lazy bank holiday weekend, spare a thought for Deb Goule from Porthcawl, who will be pushing herself to the limit Â– cycling almost 300 miles AND climbing three mountains! The three-day marathon Â– cycling from Porthcawl to north Wales and then cycling home, pausing Â‘onlyÂ' to climb Snowdonia, Cader Idris and Pen-y-Fan Â– is both a celebration and a Â‘thank youÂ'.
Call on Assembly to Â‘protect Welsh musicÂ'
Friends of Bridgend Youth Music have submitted a petition to the National Assembly of Wales to urge the Welsh Government to protect musical tuition in Welsh schools.
Villagers weigh up the merits of a new solar farm
Developers who have applied for planning permission for a solar panel farm between St Hilary and St Mary Church say that it could be the last in the area, as the National Grid locally has no further capacity.
RNLI rescue is fitting legacy for BarryÂ's Betty
A kayaker who was pulled from the icy waters off Cold Knap last weekend has had his survival attributed to the late RNLI fundraiser Betty Osborne.
The Cowbridge Food Festival is almost here!
Excitement is building in the Vale ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend, when the Cowbridge Food & Drink Festival makes its debut in May (24-25).