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As a mark of respect to our late Queen the council has cancelled its September meeting.  It will next meet on Monday, 17th October 2022.

Following the pandemic the Council has now returned to physical meetings and is currently meeting in Llangenny School Hall, Llangenny with the option of joining “virtually” via the video conferencing platform “Zoom”.  Members of the Public are welcome to attend to observe, however to speak need to apply under the Council’s  Public Speaking Policy.

Log-in details for meetings can be obtained by clicking on the link below or contacting the Clerk


Meeting ID: 709 222 7948  Passcode: VoG150822

If you are unable to join via the internet the meeting can be accessed via mobile or landline using the numbers below:

+443300885830,,7092227948#,,,,*380963328# United Kingdom
+441314601196,,7092227948#,,,,*380963328# United Kingdom

+44 330 088 5830 United Kingdom
+44 131 460 1196 United Kingdom

Meeting ID: 709 222 7948   Passcode: 380963328

Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/klZCFKbFK

Agenda – 15th August 2022 – cp
Agenda – 8th August 2022
Agenda – 18th July 2022 – cp

Agenda – 20th June 2022 – cp
Agenda – Annual Meeting 16th May 2022 – cp
Agenda – 25th April 2022 – cp
Agenda – 21st March 2022 – cp
Agenda – 21st February 2022 – cp
Agenda – 17th January 2022 


Agenda – 20th December 2021 – cp
Agenda – 6th December 2021
Agenda – 15th November 2021
Agenda – 18th October 2021
Agenda – 20th September 2021
Agenda – 16th August 2021
Agenda – 19th July 2021
Agenda – 21st June 2021
Agenda Annual Meeting – 17th May 2021
Agenda – 19th April 2021
Agenda – 6th April 2021
Agenda – 15th March 2021
AGENDA – 15th February 2021
Agenda-23rd-January-2021 – CANCELLED
Agenda – 18th January 2021
Agenda – 11th January 2021 –  CANCELLED


Agenda – 21st December 2020
Agenda – 16th November 2020
Agenda – Annual Meeting – 19th October 2020
Agenda – 21st September 2020
Agenda – 15th September 2020
Agenda – 17th August 2020
Agenda – 20th July 2020
Agenda – 15th June 2020
Agenda – 14th May 2020
Agenda – 23rd March 2020 – CANCELLED
Agenda – 16th March 2020
Agenda – 17th February 2020
Agenda – 20th January 2020


Agenda – 30th December 2019
Agenda – 16th December 2019
Agenda – 18th November 2019
Agenda – 21st October 2019
Agenda – 16th September 2019
Agenda – 27th August 2019
Agenda – 19th August 2019
Agenda – 15th July.2019
Agenda – 17th June 2019
Agenda – Annual Meeting – 20th May 2019
Agenda – 15th April 2019
Agenda – 18th March 2019
Agenda – 18th February 2019
Agenda -21st January 2019


Agenda – 17th December 2018
Agenda – 19th November 2018
Agenda – 15th October 2018
Agenda – 17th September 2018 
Agenda – 20th August 2018
Agenda – 16th July 2018
Agenda – 18th June 2018
Agenda – Annual Meeting 21st May 2018
Agenda – 16th April 2018
Agenda – 19th March 2018
Agenda – 19th February 2018
Agenda – 15th January 2018


Agenda – 18th December 2017
Agenda – 20th November 2017
Agenda – 16th October 2017
Agenda – 18th September 2017
Agenda – 21st August 2017
Agenda – 17th July 2017
Agenda – 19th June 2017
Agenda Annual Meeting 15th May 2017
Agenda – 24th April 2017
Agenda – 20th March 2017


Agenda- 19th December 2016
Agenda 21st November 2016
Agenda – 15th August 2016
Agenda – 11th July 2016
Agenda – 20th June 2016
Agenda Annual Meeting 16th May 2016.doc
Agenda – 18th April 2016
Agenda – 21st March 2016
Agenda – 15th February 2016
Agenda – 18th January 2016


Agenda – 21st December 2015
Agenda – 16th November 2015
Agenda – 19th October 2015
Agenda – 2nd October 2015
Agenda – 17th August 2015
Agenda – 20th July 2015
Agenda – 15th June 2015
Agenda – 20th April 2015
Agenda – 16th March 2015
Agenda 16th February 2015
Agenda – 19th January 2015

Council Meetings

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The Council normally meets on the third Monday of the month rotating between each of the village halls.  Meetings start at 7.30pm.

Occasionally a change of date or venue may be necessary, so please check if you plan to attend.

The Public are welcome to attend but not permitted to address the Council without submitting a request to the Clerk to the Council at least 5 working days prior to the meeting.  All requests must comply with the Public Speaking Policy.

Enjoy baking?

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Calling all lovers of cake. The Great British Bake Off kneads you!

Applications for the Great British Bake Off series 14 are now open! Please apply using the link below.


Take Part in “The Great Big Green Week”

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Police are seeing a spike in scam reports

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Dyfed-Powys Police is warning people to be on their guard after an increase in reports of attempted scams in recent days.

DC Gareth Jordan from Dyfed-Powys Police’s Economic Crime Team said: “We have seen a spike in reports saying they have received phone calls from people pretending to be police officers and telling them that their credit card has been cloned.

“We’ve had 11 such calls in the past two days and they appear to be targeting the Ceredigion area.

“So far no-one has reported any losses but we may only be hearing from those that recognise this is a scam.

“Often the realisation of these crimes may come weeks later – when the criminal has been successful.”

DC Jordan said the caller tells the potential victim they are from Paddington or Paddington Green Police Station Specialist Fraud Team.

If they are calling a landline, they tell the recipient to dial 999 to confirm it is the police, but the line is kept open by the caller.

The aim is to get the victim to either part with their credit card details, or possibly to get them to withdraw money and have it picked up by courier (Courier Fraud).


  • The police will not phone you and ask you to convey details of your debit or credit card
  • The police will not contact you to tell you your debit or credit card has been cloned.
  • The police, or your bank, will never ask you to withdraw money or transfer it to a different account
  • They will also never ask you to reveal your full banking password or PIN
  • Phone a family member or friend to make sure the line has cleared
    and then phone 101 to report to police

Home-Start Cymru is looking for Volunteers

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What do you think about the response to Covid-19 in Wales?

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Living Safely with COVID-19

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Llangenny Flutes Summer School Concerts

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Audit Notice 2021-22

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Electors’ rights under the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004

The basic position

By law, any interested person has the right to inspect the council’s accounts. If you are entitled and registered to vote in local council elections, then you (or your representative) also have the right to ask the Auditor General questions about them or challenge an item of account contained within them.

The right to inspect the accounts

When a local government body has finalised its accounts for the previous financial year, it must advertise that they are available for people to look at. Having given reasonable notice of your intentions, you then have 20 working days to look through the accounts and supporting documents. You will be able to make copies of the accounts and most of the relevant documents from the body. You will probably have to pay a copying charge.

The right to ask the auditor questions about the accounts

You can only ask the Auditor General questions about the accounts. The Auditor General does not have to answer questions about the body’s policies, finances, procedures or anything else not related to the accounts. Your question must be about the accounts that are subject to audit. The Auditor General does not have to say whether he thinks something the council has done, or an item in its accounts, is lawful or reasonable.

The right to object to the accounts

If you think that the body has spent money that they should not have, or that someone has caused a loss to the body deliberately or by behaving irresponsibly, you can object to the Auditor General by sending a formal ‘notice of objection’, which must be in writing to the address below. You must tell the Auditor General why you are objecting. The Auditor General must reach a decision on your objection. If you are not happy with that decision, you can appeal to the courts.

You may also object if you think that there is something in the accounts that the Auditor General should discuss with the council or tell the public about in a ‘public interest report’. Again, you must give your reasons in writing to the Auditor General at the address below. In this case, the Auditor General must decide whether to take any action. The Auditor General will normally, but does not have to, give reasons for their decision and you cannot appeal to the courts. You may not use this ‘right to object’ to make a personal complaint or claim against the body.

If you wish to make a personal complaint or claim, you should take these complaints to your local Citizens’ Advice Bureau, local Law Centre, or your solicitor. You may also be able to complain to the Public Services Ombudsman for Wales if you believe that a Member of the body has broken the Code of Conduct for Members. The Ombudsman can be contacted at: 1 Old Field Rd, Pencoed, Bridgend CF35 5LJ, (tel: (01656) 641 150).

What else you can do

Instead of objecting, you can give the Auditor General information that is relevant to their responsibilities. For example, you can simply tell the Auditor General if you think that something is wrong with the accounts or about waste and inefficiency in the way the council runs its services. You do not have to follow any set time limits or procedures. The Auditor General does not have to give you a detailed report of their investigation into the issues you have raised, but they will usually tell you the general outcome.

A final word

Local government bodies, and so local taxpayers, must meet the costs of dealing with questions and objections. When the Auditor General decides whether to take your objection further, one of a series of factors they must take into account includes the costs that will be involved. They will only continue with the objection if it is in the public interest to do so. If you appeal to the courts, you might have to pay for the action yourself.

If you wish to contact the Auditor General, please write to: Community Council Audits, Audit Wales, 24 Cathedral Road, Cardiff CF11 9LJ

Live Music is Back!

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Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

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A huge thank you to all who joined us in celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.  A truly historic event.  With an extra special thanks to the National Lottery, who sponsored the day.

After a difficult couple of years, we hope this gave you the opportunity to chat to friends and neighbours, and enjoy the musical talents of Kirsty Thomas, Jim Ramsey and Howley’s Howlers.  We certainly did – here are some photos to prove it: 

You are cordially invited to join us in Llanbedr on Friday, 3rd June to Celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee………… don’t be late….!!

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Join us in commemorating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on
Friday, 3rd June 2022 (2-6pm) in Llanbedr

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Celebrations include live music, family games (with prizes)
and much more.

Full details to follow!

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Beacon Tart

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Community/Town Council Elections

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Result of Uncontested Elections

Llanbedr Ward

Llangenny & Glangrwyney Ward

Powys Home Energy Surveys

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Llangattock Green Valleys (LGV) is taking part in a scheme set up by Powys Action on the Climate Emergency (PACE) to deliver up to 50 home energy audits to be completed by the end of June. This scheme is an extension of one operated around Newtown Lightfoot Enterprises https://lightfootenterprises.org/

The surveys will be available at a reduced price of £35 for able-to-pay households.

If you are interested please register your interest at

Notice of Conclusion of Audit 2020-21

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Registration for the 2022 garden waste recycling collection service is now open

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Residents across Powys can now subscribe to this season’s easy, clean and simple garden waste recycling collection service, offered by the county council.

Residents are now able to subscribe to the service for the 2022 season by visiting www.powys.gov.uk/gardenwaste or by calling 01597 827465.

The annual subscription of £39 includes the hire of a 240-litre wheeled bin and fortnightly collections of your garden waste between 28 February and the 2 December. With 20 possible collections, the service works out at less than £2 for each full bin of material collected and recycled. A smaller 120-litre bin is available at a reduced rate for households with small gardens, or compostable garden waste sacks for those who have their non-recyclable rubbish collected in purple bags.

Residents who already benefited from using the service in 2021 will be contacted shortly to remind them to re-subscribe for another season. Once registered for the 2022 season, they will receive a sticker to place on their green wheeled bin to indicate to the crew that they have signed up for 2022.

New subscribers to the service will have their green wheeled bin delivered by the council within 10 working days, so make sure you sign up early to benefit from all the scheduled collections starting at the end of February.

Cllr Heulwen Hulme, Cabinet Member for Recycling and Waste, said: “It has been another tough winter for us all and we are all very much looking forward to the arrival of Spring to help lift all our spirits. Once the nights begin to draw out and the weather turns finer, many of us will be keen to get out into the garden once more.

“The collection service, which costs less than £2 per collection if people subscribe now, means that residents have an easy, clean and simple way of getting rid of their garden waste, with the knowledge that it will all be recycled and turned into compost.

“Signing up to the collection service will not only mean that residents don’t have to get the inside of their cars dirty and covered in grass cuttings and twigs, but it is also a sustainable and cost-effective way of recycling your garden waste.”

Residents not subscribing to the service will still be able to compost their garden waste at home or take it to one of the five household waste recycling centres in Powys.

Calling All Commonwealth Choirs..

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Sometimes we say we’re fine when we’re not

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Welsh Government draft budget 2022-23

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The Minister for Finance & Local Government, Rebecca Evans MS, has published the Welsh Government’s draft budget for 2022-23. The draft budget, along with a number of supporting documents, can be found on the Welsh Government’s website:

Draft Budget 2022 to 2023 | GOV.WALES

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