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21st May 2019

Here it is! The newsletter is launched.

You can have this newsletter delivered to you via email, or read it on the noticeboards, at the church, the hall, online at this website or on facebook!

15th May 2019

Citizens Advice have produced information regarding how to get help with water and heating for your home.


15th May 2019

Have you considered using the new and quicker on line service to submit your Blue Badge application and upload all of your evidence in one go?

Why not try it for yourselves at:

You can also complete your application over the phone with a member of our dedicated blue badge team, you can send your evidence to us or have it verified at one of our library points.

Paper applications are available from any Library or by contacting the Blue Badge team at or phone 01597827466.

We will no longer send out renewal letters but you can apply up to 6 weeks before your badge expiry date.

Kind regards Blue Badge Team

World Bee Day
15th May 2019

Llangattock Community Council's participation in the Bee Friendly scheme continues. We've been sent the following information from the Gwent Beekeepers which is great advice!

Every individual can contribute to the preservation of bees and other pollinators:

• Plant nectar-bearing flowers for decorative purposes on balconies, terraces, and
• Buy honey and other hive products from your nearest local beekeeper.
• Raise awareness among children and adolescents on the importance of bees and
express your support for beekeepers.
• Preserve old meadows – which feature a more diverse array of flowers – and sow
nectar-bearing plants.
• Cut grass on meadows only after the nectar-bearing plants have finished blooming.
• Offer suitable farming locations for the temporary or permanent settlement of bees
so that they have suitable pasture; as a consequence, they will pollinate our plants,
which will thereby bear more fruit.
• Use pesticides that do not harm bees, and spray them in windless weather, either
early in the morning or late at night, when bees withdraw from blossoms.
• Mulch blooming plants in orchards and vineyards before spraying them with
pesticides so that they do not attract bees after being sprayed.
For more information visit :

There is also a Bee Pollen survey being undertaken by Bristol Beekeepers. All the information about how to spot the pollen your local bees might be buzzing around can be found at this link:

Happy spotting!

15th May 2019

Attached is a video that Powys County Council have made for information on the new green waste scheme.


Keep your eyes peeled for a newletter which is under construction.