Llangattock Community Council wishes to express its great sadness upon the death of HM The Queen, Elizabeth II and offers sincere condolences to The Royal Family on behalf of our community. Many will recall with warmth and affection of the celebrations held in Llangattock Park to mark her Platinum Jubilee earlier this summer and her visit to the Glanusk Estate in 2012, which was thronged with crowds of local people. Older residents will remember her visit to open the Cwrt-y-Gollen army camp in 1963 accompanied by the Queen Mother and meeting many local people at The Bear Hotel. Like other public services, Llangattock Community Council will observe the period of mourning required for such a long-serving Monarch and public servant.  Cllr Richard Jones, Chair of Llangattock Community Council.

A book of condolence will be available to sign from 10am to 5pm daily at St Catwgs Church, Llangattock.

For more information, or to send online messages of condolence to The Royal Family, click on this link

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Llangattock has a business park, tourism businesses, holiday accommodation and camping, a pub, restaurant and a hotel. Visitors can enjoy miles of walking, cycling, riding or boating along the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal which runs past our door.

The community of Llangattock is made up of Llangattock Village itself as well as Dardy, Ffawyddog, Legar and Hillside. It is steeped in history, right back to the Bronze Age and on through the Industrial Revolution. Modern Llangattock is a supportive and friendly place to be.

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