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Llangattock Community Council are directly responsible for the recreation ground, the cemetery, the car park next to Llangattock Church and number of benches and notice boards around the village. We can also be a catalyst for change and cheerleader for voluntary groups who seek to make Llangattock a better place to be. The Community Council has limited funds, but some of it is put aside to support community groups. Lastly, when appropriate, we can be a voice for our community on matters of concern and represent the views of residents to other service providers.

Click to find out more about What We Do. If, having read that, you need to contact any of the community councillors, their details can be found on the councillors page or on any of six noticeboards around the community.

Alternatively, you can contact the Clerk, Kay Bailey, by email at llangattockcc@gmail.com

Here is a list of service providers and the areas for which they are responsible, with links to their websites:

Roads, Transport and Traffic Management - Powys County Council
Speed Enforcement - Dyfed Powys Police
Planning Applications and Enforcement - Brecon Beacons National Park Authority
Social Services - Powys County Council
Policing - Dyfed Powys Police
Bins, Rubbish and Recycling - Powys County Council

Dogs are not allowed in Llangattock Recreation Ground, because small children play there.  Dog faeces carry disease and some children are afraid of dogs.  The only exception to this is assistance dogs, which should be kept on a lead at all times.

We respectfully ask dog owners to keep their animals on a lead as they walk through the council-owned Glebe Field, leading to and from Crickhowell.  This is is grazing land for livestock and dog faeces can be harmful to them.  Even if there is no livestock present, parasites from dog faeces can remain in the soil for years and cause livestock to abort their young.

If you want to report dog fouling in Llangattock, click here

Llangattock's elected representative on Powys County Council is Cllr Jackie Charlton.  She can be contacted via email on cllr.jackie.charlton@powys.gov.uk  or her Facebook page.

Cllr Charlton also holds monthly surgeries where you can talk to her directly.  Please see our news page for dates.

For information about where do get help during the cost of living crisis, click on the image below:

Here is a list of voluntary organisations who may also be able to help:

Crickhowell Resource and Information Centre, providing information for visitors and locals alike
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