Llangattock has 10 Councillors. They are residents who care about the village and want to help it prosper as a vibrant community in a beautiful part of Wales.
They all represent Llangattock Village, Dardy, Legar, Ffawyddog and Hillside equally; the council has no ward system.
Councillors look after some important community assets, including the recreation ground and the cemetery in the centre of the village.
Their work is supported by a Clerk, who works part time, and contractors (many of whom are local) who are brought in to carry out work.
The council's income comes from part of the council tax called the precept (around £16 per year per resident or £35 per band D household), from renting out land and from burial fees.
The Community Council are not responsible for all public services in Llangattock but can be a voice for local residents and represent their views to service providers. Find out more by visiting our What We Do page.
Information about where to get help can be found on our Get Help page.
With notice and if invited, residents can address council meetings, which are held on the third Tuesday in every month, but are being held online at the moment. Important dates, agendas and minutes can be found on our Meetings page. Important documents can be found on our Documents page.
We value the views of local residents and are always happy to hear from you.