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Caernarfon improvement work nears completion

The final phase of the £2.4 million Caernarfon improvement works is now well underway in the Poolside area of the town.

Find out about services for older people

Gwynedd Council will be holding a number of open days to show what equipment is available to enable older people to live independently in their own homes.

Have your say on land near Trem yr Wyddfa, Penygroes

Local residents are being invited to have their say on the best way to improve a patch of land in Penygroes for wider community use.

Llŷn coastal path continues to grow

There will be no excuses for Llŷn residents not to go out and about for a walk and enjoy Gwynedd’s fantastic coastline following permission being granted to create a new public footpath in the ......

Taith i Waith – the journey back to work

Gwynedd businesses are being invited to free information events over the coming weeks to raise awareness about a new project to support people with mental health problems.

The annual Open Art exhibition returns

An official opening of the annual Open Art exhibition at Gwynedd Museum & Art Gallery, Bangor will take place on Friday evening 2 March at 7pm.

Celebrating World Book Day at Pwllheli

As part of World Book Day celebrations this year, Gwynedd Council’s Library Service is launching it’s ‘Family Voucher’ campaign as a way of encouraging more people to use Pwllheli Library and to ......

Find a present at your local library

To celebrate World Book Day on 1 March, Gwynedd Council’s Library Service will be leaving a present in all of the county’s libraries. Will you be lucky enough to find one?

Gwynedd’s future workforce get creative

Secondary school pupils from across Gwynedd got a chance to express their creative side recently through the Llwyddo’n Lleol initiative. The initiative highlights the different career and business ......

New Dolgellau recycling centre open to the public

Gwynedd Council’s Chairman, Councillor John Gwilym Jones has officially opened the Council’s new recycling centre in Dolgellau.
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