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Llangunnor Community Council Website

On this website you will find information on the services available within the area as well as information on the work of the local community council which is here to help and improve facilities within the Llangunnor area and work closely with the community and all local services. 

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Park (19/04/2019)

Following some unforeseen circumstances the work to improve the “kiddies” area in the park has been delayed. The contractor has however informed the Council that work will commence on the 29th April and should be completed within three weeks.

(14/04/2019)

A successful litter pick was recently undertaken by Llangunnor School in conjunction with the Community Council

 

(10/04/2019)

Unfortunately due to the weather the litter pick was postponed, it will now be held on Thursday 11th April at 9.30

Award Commended (31/03/2019)

Councillor Lee Whatley recently attended the third Innovative Practice and National Awards Conference held at the Royal Welsh Showground, Llanelwedd, where Llangunnor Community Council had been nominated in the best website category.

The awards arranged by One Voice Wales have ten categories and are open to over 700 Town and Community Councils in Wales and the entries are judged by an independent panel made up of representatives of organisations including Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA), Natural Resources Wales, ParticipationCymru and Co-pro Cymru.

Award Commended
Lee Whatley) - Photo - Councillor Whatley with award

Llangunnor did not win on this occasion but were runners up and commended by the judging panel.

Councillor Training (27/03/2019)

 Councillors Porter, Slate and David Thomas from the community council recently attended a "Code of Conduct" training session held in Whitland by Carmarthenshire County Council. All new councillors are expected to attend code of conduct training as soon as possible and councillors also have the opportunity to attend other training sessions they feel maybe of benefit to themselves and their role as a councillor.

Councillor Whatley had recently attended a training course organised by One Voice Wales on Understanding the Law.