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Current activities and recent events

Take a look below to find out about recent events, projects and initiatives supported by Bridgend Community Safety Partnership.

School pupils in Cornelly launch Schoolwatch Initiative

Pupils from Cornelly Primary School, and Ysgol Y Ferch O'r Sger, have today launched an initiative called SchoolWatch, in partnership with South Wales Police to combat incidents of vandalism in the summer holidays.


features the South Wales Police SchoolWatch logo

Operation Zig Zag

Ffaldau primary school pupils take part in Operation Zig Zag to stop vehicles parking on the schools yellow zig zag lines.



features Traffic Warden Caroline Morgan, Emma Ferguson, and school council members Chloe Dent, Sam Lewis, and Matthew Betts.

Neighbourhood partners act on identified PACT Priority

The April PACT meeting for the Cornelly Ward identified the derelict garages in Heol Llan as one of the priorities the local community wanted the police and partners to address.

includes representatives from South Wales Police, Valleys to Coast, local councillors, and local business.

Archbishop Mcgrath pupils take part in litter picking initiative in Tondu

Pupils from Archbishop McGrath Comprehensive School, Tondu, took part in a litter pick initiative on Monday 13th March 2006. The initiative was carried out with South Wales Police PCSO Laura Jones, and concentrated on picking litter from the school grounds, and Bryn Road.

Picture (McGrath 7), features PCSO Laura Jones, Head of Geography Caroline Grove, Year 7 pupils, Head Teacher Paul Hatton, and many red bags of litter.

Local residents target speeding motorists in Wildmill

Photo features Philip and Sally Loveday on Speed Watch patrol.

The local residents of Wildmill, Bridgend, have started a 3-month operation to target speeding motorists. The Speed Watch operation has been organised in partnership with South Wales Police, and involves local residents giving up their own time, to conduct vehicle speed patrols.


Ffaldau Primary School Operation Zig-Zag

Photo features PCSO Laura Rolley, Traffic Warden Helena Phillips, and school council members Eve Betts, Holly Campbell, Scott Thornton, and Gareth Watkins, with the banner.

Ffaldau Primary school pupils take part in Opearation Zig-Zag to stop vehicles parking on the schools yellow Zig-Zag lines.


Neighbourhood Beat Officers

Follow the below links to locate your Neighbourhood Officers for your Ward. Including details of forthcoming meetings and PACT Priorities.


Caerau Youth Centre

On Friday 21st of April, the new Youth Works building was finally opened on Heol Ceulanydd, Caerau Park in Maesteg. Thanks to a partnership with Valleys to Coast and Lovell, Youth Works were able to purchase the youth centre and provide youth diversionary activities that have never existed on Caerau Park before.

Two children playing on duelling gladiator game

Children's Exhibition And Fun Day A Success

The annual children's exhibition and fun day hosted by the Bridgend Children's Partnership was an overwhelming success once again, with more than 2000 youngsters taking advantage of the many free activities on offer.

Blue bear and deaf rugby team manager holding rugby world cup

Substance Misuse Action Team - Open Forum for Service Users July 14th

Bridgend Substance Misuse Action Team (SMAT) is holding an open meeting for substance misuse service users, carers and any other interested parties. The forum will take place in Bridgend Recreation Centre on July 14th, between 10a.m. and 3p.m.


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If you have recently been involved in a community project check out our photo gallery to see if you have been snapped.


Your car may be at risk if you don't hide your keys

There has been a recent spate of dwelling burglaries in the borough where burglars are breaking into houses, taking the car keys and stealing the car and other posessions.

Home Fire Safety Checks

South Wales Fire and Rescue Services carries out approximately 6000 Home Fire Safety Checks and fit approximately 12000 smoke alarms in homes throughout the area each year.