Taf Ely campus on site

18th June 2010 at 01:00
Coleg Morgannwg has started work on a pound;40 million new-build at its Nantgarw campus

Coleg Morgannwg has started work on a pound;40 million new-build at its Nantgarw campus. Welsh education minister Leighton Andrews cut the first turf at the Taf Ely Learning Campus - which is backed by more than pound;34 million of Welsh Assembly government funding, including almost pound;7 million from the European Regional Development Fund. The new campus will replace the college's Rhydyfelin site and is due for completion in September 2012.

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