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Channel One are delighted to announce our new supporters. Pontypool Round Table have kindly and generously stepped in and have secured the future of our station... for 2018. We would like to pass on our sincere thanks. For more information about Pontypool Round Table search them out on facebook and give them a like while you are there 😉
Well done everyone who helped and was involved it was a great success and everyone should be so proud , looking forward to 2018
Parking Information from Torfaen County Borough Council
The annual Pontypool Round Tablefireworks display takes place this Sunday 5 November at Pontypool Park.... Gates open at 5:30pm and fireworks start at 7pm.
This is always a very popular event so please use the free car parking available in Old Mill and other car parks around Pontypool to avoid congestion and illegal parking near Pontypool Active Living Centre. A list available car parks is available here
ALL CAR PARKS WILL OPEN LATE
Alternatively, leave the car at home, wrap up warmly and walk!
This year's display will be synchronised to Disney and Dreamworks music.
There will be short Childrens Display before the main display.
Come and support your local organised charity display. ...
Child (3-15) £3 Adults (16+) £5 Family( 3 children 2 adults) £15 Children under 3 are free.
There will be free glow sticks for children while stocks last.
Pay on gates in Pontypool Park. If you have the correct money this will help to prevent delays on the gates.
Gates open from 5.30pm and fireworks start at 7.00pm. We advise people to arrive early as we are expecting a large crowd. There will be entertainment until the Fireworks start. This is a professionally organised display which is support by Torfaen CBC. Refreshments will be available.
Money raised goes to local worthy causes.
No fireworks or alcohol are to be taken into the park.
Sparklers are not allowed on the rugby pitch.
Parking Information form Torfaen County Borough Council in post below.
After a few very worrying incidents in and around the Market Hall Cinema including a suspected heart attack in the cinema itself, Brynmawr Rotary Club were able... to fund a defibrillator which was installed on the wall of the Market Hall a few days ago. This devise can be used by the public to restart someone's heart following a heart atrack or other serious incident. At around 1am this morning, a group if children/youths decided to rip the newly installed life saving equipment from the wall damaging it beyond repair. If anyone knows who was responsible for this mindless act of vandalism, please let the Police know as soon as possible. As a parent, do you know where your children were last night? Do your children know what these pieces of equipment are for? Do your children know how many thousands of pounds these defibrillators cost organisations like The Rotary? If not, please consider having this conversation with them and explain that one day, they might be that person needing it in order to stay alive.