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Experience Adventure at Zip World Tower By Zip World Home to Phoenix and the Tower Coaster, Zip World Tower is the 4th Zip World site to open, and is the 1st to be situated in south Wales. Nestled in the Rhigos mountain range, and boasting stunning panoramic views, this adventure hub is situated at the old Tower Colliery coal mining site, and had created a new lease of life for this historic and widely-loved base , so is an ideal day out in Cardiff or South Wales for people, families or adventurers seeking thrills and adventure and other great Things
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2020 Marks the Year of Introbiz’ First Global Online Summit

2020 marks the year of Introbiz’ first Global Online Summit, taking place from 25th – 27th November. As one of Wales and the UK’s most ambitious, recognised business networks, established for nearly 12 years, the COVID epidemic has fuelled their mission to take the world by storm, even further this year. Introbiz brings over 7000 visitors to their annual exhibitions & events with global leading entrepreneurs, such as Grant Cardone & Lord Sugar, and has connected with Sir Richard Branson & other leading global entrepreneurs at Necker Island events. Having built up 12 years-worth of experience in providing industry leading
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Electrical 22 Episode on the Mike Armstrong Podcast…

Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: #KingofMarketing Promotion – Support Electrical 22 ⚡️💪😎🙌🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧🌍🎙 Electricians in Cardiff, South Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧⚡️ https://anchor.fm/mike-armstrong9/episodes/KingofMarketing-Promotion—Support-Electrical-22–Electricians-in-Cardiff–South-Wales-egjfrd #KingofMarketing Promotion – Support Electrical 22 ⚡️💪😎🙌🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧🌍🎙 Electricians in Cardiff, South Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧⚡️ – See https://m.facebook.com/electricaltwentytwo/ and find the recent Competition Post for a chance to win £50 Amazon Gift Card. Find out more about Electrical 22 at https://g.page/electrical-22?share as well as https://electrical22.business.site/
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Senedd roundup: Minister reveals virus testing plans as schools reopen – Nation.Cymru

Health Minister Vaughan Gething has revealed the government is undertaking a programme of antibody testing of school staff who have been working in hub schools during the coronavirus pandemic. The government has also made plans for the rapid deployment of antigen testing if there are any outbreaks of Covid-19 in schools or if schools have failed to follow the government guidelines for infection prevention measures. Schools in Wales have been closed to most pupils since the start of the coronavirus outbreak in March but are due to reopen on Monday. Around 6,000 pupils, the children of key workers and those
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Exhibitor Stand Sales Reopened for MHW 2021

Exhibitor Stand Sales Reopened for MHW 2021 Alongside our great Online Events, did you know we are also planning a big LIVE event for 2021 in Cardiff City Stadium?  The Mental Health & Wellbeing Show will take place on 20th May 2021, after being postponed for the year due to the current pandemic. We can’t wait to bring you an amazing day full of inspiration and knowledge around a large number of mental health & wellbeing related topics.  Learn more about the seminars here.  As well as 30 seminars on offer, we also have a great exhibition with space for over 50
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Preston North End 1-3 Cardiff City: Late strikes see Bluebirds leapfrog Preston into play-offs – #WelshSportsNews

Cardiff City leapfrogged Preston North End to move into the Championship play-off places with a 3-1 win at Deepdale. Substitute Nathaniel Mendez-Laing capped a fine team move to put the Bluebirds 2-1 up on 81 minutes, before Robert Glatzel made the win safe in stoppage time with a deflected finish. Cardiff took the lead when Joe Ralls rose to head home Dion Sanderson’s cross midway through the second half. Daniel Johnson’s 12th goal this season levelled the game four minutes later. Cardiff move to sixth in the Championship, three points above Preston who sink to seventh and out of the
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Ex All Black names the best Wales rugby players in the current team and the one he wishes he’d played with -#WelshSportsNews

Cardiff Blues legend Xavier Rush has revealed the current Welsh player he’d have loved to play alongside most, as well as the best player he played with during his time in Wales. The former All Black No. 8 was speaking on WalesOnline’s Welsh Rugby Podcast when he was asked about the current Wales stars that have caught his eye. “There’s a few,” explained Rush. “If I look at some of the players there currently, Gareth Davies has had a wonderful 24 months. “If any team had Alun Wyn Jones in their tight five, it’s a big plus for them. “It
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#Networker2018 #MikeArmstrong chatting with Queen of Networking, Tracey Smolinski from #Introbiz – #WelshBiz

Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: #Networker2018 #MikeArmstrong chatting with Queen of Networking Tracey Smolinski of Introbiz & IWOW😎 https://anchor.fm/mike-armstrong9/episodes/Networker2018-MikeArmstrong-chatting-with-Queen-of-Networking-Tracey-Smolinski-of-Introbiz–IWOW-ef96j3
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Bulletin – Self-Employment Support Scheme and furlough next steps; Economic Resilience Fund; COVID-19 Consumer Sentiment Tracker; Business Interruption Insurance; Test, Trace, Protect: employer guidance; Best Practice Guidance on working safely

Bulletin Contents – Self-Employment Support Scheme and furlough next steps; Economic Resilience Fund; COVID-19 Consumer Sentiment Tracker; Business Interruption Insurance; Test, Trace, Protect: employer guidance; Best Practice Guidance on working safely Self-Employment Support Scheme extended and furlough next steps confirmed The UK Government have announced updates on the Self-Employment Support Scheme and the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.  Visit the Business Wales website for more details. Economic Resilience Fund The Welsh Government’s £500m Economic Resilience Fund (ERF) was established to plug the gaps in the support schemes already announced by the UK Government, including the Job Retention Scheme and the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme, which
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Cardiff During Lockdown…

Whilst out on my 1 hour exercise in Cardiff on Sunday I stopped to take some pictures of Mill Lane in the City Centre and Mermaid Quay In Cardiff Bay. The sun was shining but both the city centre and the bay were warily quite as people in Cardiff were generally adhering to the Lockdown rules, at least as far as I could see!
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Free Trains in Wales for NHS Staff On TfW and other Transport News…

NHS staff in Wales are being offered free travel on Transport for Wales rail services with immediate effect, the company has announced. NHS workers will just need to show their work ID to access services to get themselves back and forth to work until 30 April. Public transport is to operate on a reduced scale throughout Wales because of the coronavirus pandemic. However the reduced service has led to crowding on some trains. New timetables are now in place for trains and buses until further notice. Announcing the move for NHS workers, Transport for Wales (TfW) said: “At Transport for
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Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) to support Businesses in South Wales…

THE Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) has today outlined its work supporting businesses in South Wales affected by the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. The region is working with the Welsh and UK Governments to keep them updated on the current experiences of South Wales business, while working to ensure the region’s business are kept informed of the support available to them and how it can be accessed. The Covid-19 (coronavirus) disease has caused huge disruption to many businesses for the foreseeable future and with this comes the uncertainty of how they will cope. During this time, the CCR wants to ensure that
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My First Online Business Networking Event with Introbiz…

Yesterday I took part in my first Online / Virtual Webinar based Networking Event, where Introbiz Business Network, innovated and adapted to switch their cancelled real world business networking event online, after their networking event in Cardiff, was one of the many event victims pulled, due to Coronavirus. 30 members of the Introbiz Business Network attended this first online / virtual networking event and the majority seemed happy and positive with the event and the way it was conducted. The usual power networking format of everyone getting a few minutes to talk about their business was still followed online and
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Wales Millennium Centre Closed until further notice – Welsh Business News…

Dear Supporter, It is with great regret that we have closed Wales Millennium Centre until further notice, following the UK Government advice given on Monday 16 March.  We hope you will agree that it is the right decision to put the safety of our staff, artists, volunteers and audiences first. This is a sad and uncertain time for all of us.  The implications of this situation will be hard to manage and long-lasting. Our role is to be a home for the performing arts for our nation and we will be doing everything we can to support our staff and
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Welsh News – Welfare Standards for Dogs, at Breeding Premises to be raised, says Welsh Minister…

Lesley Griffiths commits to driving up welfare standards for dogs at breeding premises A commitment to improve welfare standards for dogs at breeding premises in Wales has been made by the Minister for the Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths. Read more Share this page Twitter Facebook Email A report, produced by the Wales Animal Health and Welfare Framework Group, reviewing the Animal Welfare (Breeding of Dogs) (Wales Regulations 2014) has been published today.The recommendations include a need for: Greater consistency in the inspection and enforcement of breeding regulations A review of the licensing process, including application of a staff to
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Welsh News – Deputy Minister discovers National Park’s culture and coastline

Deputy Minister discovers National Park’s culture and coastline Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government, Hannah Blythyn has visited the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to see the vital work being undertaken to allow visitors and residents to enjoy this protected landscape, its wildlife and heritage. During her visit to St David’s, the Deputy Minister was introduced to Park Authority staff and volunteers and held talks with Members and Officers of the National Park Authority, where they discussed a range of important issues including climate change, biodiversity, tourism and affordable housing. The Deputy Minister also toured Oriel y Parc, an innovative
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Welsh Government Partner With Keep Wales Tidy To Provide Nature Starter Packs for Nature Community in Wales

The Welsh Government has launched a major new scheme which aims to empower communities to bring nature ‘to your doorstep’ and help halt and reverse the decline in nature. In partnership with Keep Wales Tidy, over 800 pre-paid ‘Starter packages’ are being made available to communities across Wales. The packages include items like native plants and seeds, peat-free compost, tools and even bug and bee hotels. Starter packages will include all materials needed to create a community nature area, guidance on how to install it and Keep Wales Tidy officer time to provide advice and support. Read more or click
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Natural Resources Bulletin From Welsh Government…

In this edition:       1. Launch of exciting new initiative to boost nature ‘on your doorstep’ 2. Young people with a passion for protecting the planet come together for climate conference 3. Deputy Minister discovers National Park’s culture and coastline 4. Lesley Griffiths commits to driving up welfare standards for dogs at breeding premises 5. The UK left the EU on 31 January 2020 6. Update on the Fish Export Service 7. Update on regulations on oil storage tanks in Wales   8. Applications now open for UK Seafood Innovation Fund 9. February highlights – Our top news stories 10. Scheme windows 11. Consultations Launch of exciting
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What’s On Cardiff Still to go for March – Things to do in Cardiff / Cardiff Events / Visit Cardiff…

Pleas find a lost of What’s On Cardiff Events for March as per the Visit Cardiff Website! Things to do in Cardiff / Things to do in Cardiff for March: Check to see if Events are still happening due to Coronavirus first. WHAT’S ON IN CARDIFF Here’s your guide for all upcoming Cardiff events and things to do, including live music, gigs, sport, theatre, comedy, festivals, family fun and more! Use our handy calendar to see What’s On in Cardiff today, tonight, this weekend or this week. FILTERS Reset CATEGORIES VENUE DateLatestPopular Go 15 MAR 2020Queer Tours: LGBTQ+ 17 MAR
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