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Welsh Hearts Training Session

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The Community Council recently invited Welsh Hearts, a charity which has played a leading role in improving heart health in Wales to Llanbedr to provide training in CPR and the use of defibrillators.

Our trainer Liz provided clear instructions on how to perform CPR and demonstrated how easy defibrillators are to use.

Although we hope it won’t be necessary, Liz’s excellent training instilled confidence in how to cope with a life-threatening situation and explained that whilst we cannot guarantee to save a life, by doing CPR and using a defibrillator we have tried our very best…  and what more can anyone ask.

Thank you Liz…

Thank you Welsh Hearts

Welsh Hearts


Glangrwyney Village Hall Social Evening

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Glangrwyney Village Hall

Serving the Community of Llangenny & Glangrwyney

The Trustees of the Village Hall cordially invite all residents and hall users to a

Social Evening and brief AGM

on Friday, 21st September from 7:30pm.

Free refreshments including cheese and wine.

7:30 refreshments available
8:00 Brief AGM (15-20 mins)

To vote at the AGM you must be over 18, living within the electoral wards of Glangrwyney or Llangenny and entered onto the electoral register.

To hire the hall contact the Chairman, P Bowker on 01873 811533
Website:  glangrwyneyvillagehall.co.ik

Are you eligible to pay less council tax?

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The Welsh Government has produced a document to explain about Council Tax and in particular where reductions may apply.

To see if you are eligible to pay less click on the following link below:

Council Tax – Eligibility for Reductions (Guidance)

Want cheaper electricity?

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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

2018/19 Police Precept Consultation

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The Police & Crime Commissioner, Dafydd Llywelyn, is running a public consultation on police funding, and would like to ask for your assistance .

Local policing is funded from a Home Office grant, as well as contributions from the public via the Council Tax, known as the police precept. Decisions made in recent years have resulted in less money being available to deliver vital services for our communities, and with the continued threats of cuts from central government alongside the recently announced review of the funding formula it is a critical time for Police funding.  Mr Llywelyn firmly believes the public should have a strong voice in the decision to make changes to the public’s contribution through the Council Tax and that once agreed, the impact is clearly explained.

Funding decisions must be translated into impact on services, and if the budget is cut, the public must realise what might be lost. On the other hand, if the decision is to increase the contributions, it is important that the public feel that they are getting value for money and a tangible benefit from the increase.

The questions Mr Llywelyn would like to seek the public’s views on are included on this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SZ9956P

The survey includes detail on the impact that various changes to the police precept would have both on the public’s purse, and also on the overall policing budget.

The survey ends on the 15/12/2017.


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