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Would you like to Represent Your Community?

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There is currently a vacancy for a Community Councillor to serve on the Llangenny & Glangrwyney Ward.

Interested…..?

Are you:  a British, Commonwealth, Irish or a European Union citizen? 18 years of age or over? and meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • registered as a local government elector for the area named above; or
  • during the whole of the last 12 months occupied as owner or tenant land or other premises in the community named above; or • your principal or only place of work during the last 12 months has been in the community named above; or
  • you have during the whole of the last 12 months resided in the Community or with 4.8 kilometres of it.[1]

If so, why not apply… send a brief CV to the Clerk to the Council by e-mail or by post by the 21st October 2018

For further information on the roles and responsibilities of a Community Councillor please contact the Clerk .

We look forward to hearing from you!

[1] Certain people are disqualified from standing, and these include paid officers of the community council, anyone subject to bankruptcy restriction orders and those subject to recent sentences of imprisonment.

Notice of Appointment of Date for the Exercise of Elector’s Rights

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Notice of Appt of Date for Exercise of Elector's RightsLocal government accounts notice

Proposal to divert Public Footpath No 2 – Ty’n y Cae, Glangrwyney

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The Vale of Grwyney Community Council has been consulted on an application to move Public Footpath No 2 which currently lies just outside the curtilage of the dwelling at Ty’n-y-Cae, Glangrwyney to a largely parallel route next to the Grwyne Fawr River (albeit several metres from the river bank).  The proposed new route would be 3 metres wide and gated at one point only (see plan below).

Footpath No 2 - Page 1Footpath No 2 - Page 2The Community Council would welcome your views on this proposal.

Comments must be received before the 14th January 2018 and should be sent via the Clerk to the Council

 

Help Llanbedr School win £5,000

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Llanbedr School has been nominated for an Aviva Community Fund award and, with your help, could win a grant of £5000 to make improvements to its playground and pond area.

 

The school has got through the first round.  It now needs to get as many votes as possible, to get through to the final.

Please show your support by clicking on the following link before 21st November 2017:

Vote for Llanbedr School 

The link will ask you to register, you then get 10 votes which you can give to the project.

Please help Llanbedr School… and spread the word.. !!

Aviva Community Award

Well Done Llanbedr…..!!

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Congratulations to the Pupils of Foundation Phase in Llanbedr School who were awarded third place at the Royal Welsh Show for their entry in the decorated wheelbarrow competition.

Wheel- Barrow

Well done to all involved..!!!

Powys Budget Stimulator

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Powys County Council is having to find savings of £27m over the coming three financial years starting in April 2016.

To that effect they have launched an online budget simulator tool which is live until 30 November 2015.

Go to www.powys.gov.uk/consultations to take part.

The simulator sets out a range of draft proposals that the council’s Cabinet has discussed and they are asking residents to take over control of the purse strings, look at all the proposals which total more than the required £27m and balance the books.

Powys County Council is keen to see where Powys residents feel savings can and can’t be made. There are proposals for highways, schools, adult care and leisure and library services.
Poster for Budget Stimulator

Can you offer Crickhowell Library your support?

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Crickhowell Library Branch is under threat from further cuts and a “remodelling” of the library service. It’s therefore important to show Powys County Council what the library means to you, its residents.

If the Library is important to YOU please show your support by completing the survey below and forwarding this link to other local people.

http://surveys.powys.gov.uk/index.php?sid=96242&lang=en

Please spread the word far and wide!!