NEWS ROUNDUP: New outdoor dining experience coming to Swansea
Cardiff University Football Club have been praised for launching a chaperone service to help female students walk home safely at night after rumours of a "national rape day" circulated on social media. The sickening online trending topic, which was later proved as a hoax, saw April 24 labelled as a day where sexual assault would be legalised. South Wales Police are investigating the incident.
YMCA Cardiff has officially launched Y’s Girls, a programme specifically developed to offer help and support to young women and girls at risk of developing mental health issues, and they are calling on the community to get involved. Working with social workers, schools and local police, Y’s Girls will connect vulnerable young women aged 9 to 14 with mentors from a range of different backgrounds in the city.
And - A brand new outdoor dining experience catering for 200 people has been announced for Swansea - kicking off at the end of this month. The Little Wind Street Pop Up - located in the same location as its name - will be opening on April 30th and will be there for 13 weeks.
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