Working for our community...
Hi, I am the Clerk to Llangynidr Community Council. Llangynidr is a picturesque village on the south bank of the River Usk, in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. You can contact me about any issue to do with our community and I will raise it at the next Council meeting. The meetings are held in the Village Hall and they are open to the public. You can contact any councillor through the "contact me" button.
The Council gets involved with many aspects of community life – from the upkeep of our local amenities to running local litter picks, from representing the village in the national park to consulting on planning decisions. Read more about our work.
Sue Dale – Clerk to the Council
A Local Development Plan Consultation was held on Tuesday 16th July in Llangynidr Village Hall. A report of the Consultation is available on the News and Notices page. A feedback and next steps session was held Thursday 22nd August 2019 6pm to 8pm in the village hall. It was decided to ask the various interests groups in the village to add their representatives to the core of volunteers creating the place plan. The first meeting was on Thursday 10th October 2019. At this meeting it was decided to form a smaller steering group which would meet on the 6th November. A meeting of the full place plan team will take place on Thursday 14th November in the village hall.
The next full Community Council meeting will be on Tuesday 14th January 2020 (Precept) and Tuesday 21st monthly meeting at 7.30pm in Llangynidr Village Hall. The next meeting that will take place is for the finance committee on Tuesday 7th January at 7.30pm in the village hall.
Local groups and services
Llangynidr Village Hall and Recreation Ground Charity
Our village school – Llangynidr CP School
Llangynidr Agricultural Show held every year in August.
Llangynidr Junior Football Club - https://www.facebook.com/llangynidrjfc/
Link to Powys Census 2011 - http://www.powys.gov.uk/en/statistics/view-statistics-about-your-area/detailed-census-information/
Images kindly donated by Tim Evans, thirty31photography