Simple Changes with the Future Generations Act

On Monday Nov 5th two of our youngest members were invited to the Senydd in Cardiff Bay to help launch the Future Generations ‘Simple Changes’ inititive. Dean Ockerby and Daxia Evans, along with Future Generations Commissioner Sophie Howe and members of local community groups including the Arts Council for Wales and the Wildlife Trust. The children were part of a video case file filmed in Barry earlier this year outlining the problems with litter on…
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Photo Competition Winners

Beautiful Barry recently held our first photo competition awards presentation following the competition which ran on our facebook group receiving over 200 entries! Category winners were decided via a public vote. The Winners Congratulations to Jack Hortop winner of the teenage category, who was also announced the overall winner last night. All the entries were incredible and we were shocked by the response. Paul Murphy in the Professional category, Dean Ockerby in the under 13 and Kate…
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Sunday May 20th

A few volunteers were cleaning up the beach between 5 and 6pm, some with the BB gear and some making use of the Two Minute Beach Clean equipment. Whilst it was very warm, the beach was not terribly busy, the biggest problems being BBQ’s, some filled with sand, polystyrene bits from coffee cups, wet wipes and an abondoned tent!  

Amelie and Nia’s Beach Clean Up

Following the success of local girls Amelie and Nia’s litterpick on mayday bank holiday, these two youngsters have inspired a whole community. Today we helped them expand on there example and the amount of people who showed up really shows that people do care about Barry. Although the sun came out for us and it was the RNLI open day, it wasn’t a hot day on the beach so the number of visitors was quite…
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Beautiful Barry Website launches

Welcome to our new site and thanks for visiting. The website is actually still under development but we thought it was time to have our own dedicated site separate from the No Barry Incinerator pages. You can still find the incinerator site from our main menu. What’s in store? Bridging the gap between the authorities and the public This will largely be information about the Vale council and lesser so, Barry Town Council. Many folks…
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