Flood Volunteers Needed

FLOOD WARDEN SCHEME - from Llangattock Community Council Thank you to everyone who has joined the Crickhowell and Villages Flood Warden Scheme. There has been a great community response. But we still need more volunteers to help the residents of the Legar as Flood Responders. Ideally, you would live on the Legar, to be our […]

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MESSAGE AT 08.30 SATURDAY FEB 20TH Natural Resources Wales have issued a Flood Warning for Llangattock and Crickhowell. The A4077 is closed at the Vine Tree and there is no access to Crickhowell. Drivers are asked to avoid the area and not to attempt to access Crickhowell using the mountain road. Click on the link […]

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New noticeboard for Llangattock

A new noticeboard has been installed in Llangattock. It's at the entrance to Park Drive, next to the recreation ground. In addition to Council business, we would like to feature community news and events on board. If you have something you would like to post, please send it to llangattockcc@gmail.com. We can also put it […]

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February Newsletter

LEGAL ACTION Llangattock Community Council has agreed in principle to join a ‘no-win, no-fee’ legal challenge to the Welsh Government’s Trunk Roads Agency.  It follows the agency’s decision not to oppose plans to turn the former Conservative Club in Crickhowell into a large convenience store.  The proposed site is on a narrow lane just off […]

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Christmas Lights Project

Please get involved in this community project which could see Christmas Lights for every part of our community.  The Community Council is going to look at what we can do to help.

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Dog Thefts

Important information for dog owners from Dyfed Powys Police following a spate of thefts.

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WELCOME TO OUR NEW WEBSITE

Welcome to Llangattock Community Council's new website. It is designed to be fast, mobile-friendly and easy to use. It contains a mix of community news and council news. Up until new, Llangattock has not had its own website.  So, we want this website to be a resource for local people to share news of local […]

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Garden Recycling - from Powys County Council

  Registration for the 2021 garden waste recycling collection service is now open   Residents across Powys can now subscribe to this year’s easy, clean and simple garden waste recycling collection service, offered by the county council.   Residents are now able to subscribe to the service for this year by visitingwww.powys.gov.uk/gardenwaste or by calling […]

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Gallwch gofrestru nawr ar gyfer gwasanaeth casglu gwastraff o’r ardd 2021

    Mae cyfle i drigolion Powys gofrestru nawr am wasanaeth hawdd, glân a syml i gasglu gwastraff o’r ardd i’w ailgylchu.   Bydd trigolion yn gallu cofrestru am y gwasanaeth hwn trwy fynd ihttps://cy.powys.gov.uk/gwastraffgardd neu alw 01597 827465.   Y gost am y flwyddyn fydd £37 sy’n cynnwys llogi bin 240 litr ar olwynion […]

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Help with your Council Tax

If you are worried about council tax rises, it would be worth checking out this link from Welsh Government about what help is available and to what groups. You could pay less if you: - live in a low-income household - live alone - are a student - are severally mentally impaired - your property […]

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Waste Management Survey

Llangattock's County Councillor, Jackie Charlton, is conducting a survey about waste and recycling.  If you want to take part, the survey link is below. This is what she says about it. "As there were a lot of questions about waste and recycling centres at the back end of last year I said I would design […]

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Work at the Recreation Ground

Important work has been going on in the Recreation Ground this week. Our contractors, OTM have been clearing land at the side of the park and this morning, Councillors and a volunteer were out removing the lower branches from the silver birches along Park Drive. This work could not wait because we are getting close […]

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Our New Logo

This is our new logo, designed and donated by Cllr Kate Inglis, a professional graphic designer. It is based on the centrepiece of the Chairman's chain of office and reflects some of the historic features to be seen around Llangattock. Here is the story of how she made it.    

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2021/22 Budget Set

Llangattock Community Council has set its budget for the coming financial year against a background of Covid, flooding, below-inflation funding over the past 5 years and increasing desires from residents. Read on for more:    

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Message to Dog Owners

Please remember that the footpath from Crickhowell to Llangattock through the Glebe Field (opposite Crickhowell Bridge) cuts through grazing land. This is not a dog exercise area, and the entrance is clearly marked with signs asking you to keep your dogs on a lead and to clean up after them. The ‘Dogs on Leads’ rule […]

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Kissing Gates Repaired

We are delighted to say that the kissing gates have been repaired. The work was carried out by ornamental metalworker, Adam Miles, of Park Farm, Llangattock on behalf of Llangattock Community Council. The kissing gates are a wonderful feature of the footpath connecting Llangattock and Crickhowell and they get a huge amount of use.  The […]

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Flood Warden Scheme

A new Flood Warden Scheme is in the process of being set-up, and 8-10 volunteers are needed to cover areas of Llangattock. There will be Co-ordinator roles which are organisational, and could be home-based. There will also be Responder roles which will require a certain level of fitness as may involve moving and lifting. Llangattock […]

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Covid Support

COVID Restriction Support. This information is provided by Llangattock's County Councillor. The message from Welsh Government could not be clearer, stay at home if you can and stay safe. At Powys County Council there is a process in place to help residents and businesses who maybe concerned that the important restrictions are being stretched or […]

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New Council Objectives and Structure

Happy New Year from Llangattock Community Council; let’s hope it is an improvement on 2020.  Your Community Council are working to make it so. Aims and Objectives In the past few weeks, with new Councillors on board, we have defined the council’s aims and objectives.  In the coming months, we will be conducting surveys and refining this […]

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