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.
The former Barry Island Butlins site is now on the market
One of Barry IslandÂ’s most iconic and prestigious locations, the former holiday camp site, is up for sale.
The Porthcawl students know their rights... theyÂ’re the UK champs!
A team of students from Porthcawl Comprehensive School have won a UK-wide competition and now hold the title of Â‘National Young Consumers of the YearÂ’.
Anti-solar farm group marches to Cowbridge
Local people who are against a proposed solar farm near St Hilary staged their biggest protest so far last Saturday (June 27) when they marched from their home village to Cowbridge.
Gentleman John served town Â‘with distinctionÂ’
Tributes have been paid to former Conservative councillor in Llantwit Major,John Clifford, who died on June 25, at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend.
GEM report sparks support for blind cyclistÂ’s challenge
A blind manÂ’s bid to ride a tandem from Paris to Swansea is gathering pace Â– thanks to The GEM.
Man kicked cousinÂ’s head Â‘like a footballÂ’
A man who attacked a cousin, at one point kicking his head Â“like a footballÂ” four or five times, has been jailed for 15 months at Cardiff Crown Court.
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