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From November 7, 2018, anyone in Rhondda Cynon Taff due to claim one of the main income-based benefits, tax credits or housing benefit will be moved over to Universal Credit.
David and Megan Taff from Llangernyw, near Abergele, had appealed against Denbighshire County Council's refusal to allow the regional treatment and therapy centre, along with a stud, at Glascoed, near Bodelwyddan.
Angered by her experiences, Mrs Taffs decided to start a survey of food outlets across the country and at family attractions.
Still it was good to hear strains of 'Allez, Allez, Allez' in Taffs Well, that infectious Cardiff fan song that will always take minds back to promotion on that final day of 2017/18 against Reading.
Mrs Taff, who is known to S4C viewers for harness-racing, said there is an urgent need for facilities in North Wales with owners having to take injured horses to the Wirral.
The depot at Taffs Well will complement existing south Wales depots including the one in Canton, which will benefit from an investment of around PS5m to modernise maintenance facilities so it can support the new trimode rolling stock being introduced as part of the new rail service.
Taffs Well were straight on the offensive and only a last-ditch boot away from skipper Daniel Etteridge stopped lock Tommy Guy crashing over after two minutes.
And so the country heard the very posh-voiced announcer bray that "HL James of Weston-super-Mare and Miss C Broadley of Hammersmith win the famous Taff Swim".
Don is now planning to return his Aberfan Taff to the school in the village, in the hope it will help future generations learn about the catastrophe that followed the collapse of a mountainside slag heap above the village in October 1966.
Cardiff club Taffs Well retained the trophy they has won the previous season, but had to come from a goal down to beat Bryntirion.
Mum-of-two Lucy Brierley, from Danescourt, Cardiff, has discovered what she believes is a real hidden gem in Taffs Well There is a little place called Umber and Sienna Art Cafe in Taffs Well, just off the Taff Trail, that I love.