In summary, Bridgend Town Council:
Owns and manages the former library building in Bridgend Town Centre, now re-named Carnegie House.
Owns the Ty’r Ardd building in Sunnyside to be refurbished as a new Town Hall.
Has established and continues to provide a varied programme of activities, classes and events at the Arts Centre which is based on the ground floor of Carnegie House and via its online platforms.
Is the custodian of the Town Centre War Memorial, Randall Memorial and Ruhamah Burial Ground.
Has installed and/or maintains a wide range of street furniture including litter bins, picnic and street benches, bus shelters, notice boards and telephone kiosks within the wards.
Supplies and maintains summer floral displays and trees and undertakes landscaping projects within the wards.
Employs a small team of outdoor staff who work to improve the street scene in the town centre and tackle issues such as graffiti and gum removal.
Provides financial support towards the school holiday play scheme for local children at the Halo Leisure Centre.
Co-ordinates the Children & Family Remembrance Event and the annual Sunday Remembrance Parade and Service in Bridgend Town Centre.
Supports local tourism with the provision of free large scale annual town centre events such as ‘Wartime Bridgend’ and ‘Bridgend Light Festival’.
Has an active grant programme, providing financial support to many community and charity groups in the area.
Represents the voices of the community on partnerships or external bodies such as the Bridgend.
Town Clerk, Mrs Leanne Edwards, Deputy Town Clerk/Responsible Finance Officer, Mrs Debra Jones
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