New walking and cycling routes for Llangattock

We've been getting the displays ready. If you are at the summer fete at Llangattock Recreation Ground tomorrow, please come and talk to us about ideas for new walking and cycling routes. Powys County Council has been given the money to make this happen, so we need your views. County Councillor Jackie Charlton will be […]

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Certification and approval of annual accounts for 2023-24

Attached is a late notice for this year's accounting certification and approval. Please get in touch with the Clerk if you have any questions. The Notice of Inspection will be published once the accounts have been approved.

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Llangattock Summer Fete, Saturday June 29th

This is next Saturday, June 29th. It's being organised by Llangattock Village Society and Repair Cafe Llangattock will be there along with Llangattock Community Hall LACAS - Llangattock Allotments Llangattock Community Woodlands Treebeards Bar Crickhowelland The Old Rectory Hotel Please come and join in and message the village society if you can help set up […]

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Llangattock Community Plan Adopted by Council

Llangattock Community Council has adopted the Llangattock Community Plan and Report of Consultation 2024.  This was created following a year of consultations with residents and relevant stakeholders.  LCC is now working with Bannau Brycheiniog National Park to see how this can be actioned through the planning system by what is known as Statutory Planning Guidance […]

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Play equipment repairs

If you go down to Llangattock park today you'll see that lots of repairs have been made to the play equipment. Much of this will need to be replaced in the next few years and we are saving towards this but these repairs will keep it going until then.

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ANNUAL REPORT 2023-4

If you want to see what the community council has been doing over the past year, here is a short report. Phew! https://www.llangattock-cc.gov.wales/wp-content/uploads/2024/06/LCC-Annual-Report-Final-.pdf  

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Please follow the dog walking code in Llangattock

If you are visiting Llangattock or live here, please follow the dog walking code. Please remember that dogs are not allowed in the Recreation Ground and should be kept on leads in the Glebe Field on the way to and from the River Usk. The video explains why.

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Community Energy for Llangattock?

A message from Llangattock Green Valleys: Black Mountains Community Energy update We are pleased to say that in addition to the Making a Difference in Powys fund, Llangattock Green Valleys has also been awarded financial support from the Sustainable Development Fund of the National Park. We have now begun the community consultation exercise and fact […]

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Place Plan: Latest survey results revealed

Llangattock Place Plan Survey March / April 2024 Results This was the last of 5 surveys in a big public consultation led by Llangattock Community Council (LCC) which lasted nearly a year. The consultation included a public meeting, 12 small area walkabouts and pop-up events, a parking survey and more than 50 rounds of correspondence, […]

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HOUSING QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

During the course of the Place Plan Consultations, we have received a number of questions around whether there is a need for more housing in Llangattock, so we have created a Q+A page.  Click on this link to access it.  If you want to download it, click here.    

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Solar Panels are installed on our sustainable toilet block

Solar panels have been installed on the toilet block in Llangattock Recreation Ground.  They will provide electricity for hot water to the hand basins as well as infrared heating, making the block more comfortable to use.  This project was funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and the Bannau Brycheiniog Sustainable Development Fund.

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Residents give their views at Place Plan 2 pop-up.

Thank you to the nearly 50 people who turned up at the Repair Cafe Llangattock today to give their views about the draft Llangattock Place Plan. For those who did not fill in a survey while there but took forms away, please get them back to us as soon as possible or do it online […]

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Fill out our short survey about ideas for new homes, parking, a shop or community hub in Llangattock

Do you want to see more affordable homes built in Llangattock, or more space for parking, a community hub, or a shop? Or would you rather see development controlled? The slideshow below shows ideas which came forward during the recent Llangattock Place Plan Consultation. Fill out the 3-minute survey on this link or visit our […]

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Want better public transport?

Llangattock Community Council is running a series of drop-in events in March and April to find out what solutions people in South Powys and the Usk Valley would like to see to help tackle the lack of public transport in their towns and villages. The Community Council has been awarded funding by Aberystwyth University’s ‘Transport […]

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Llangattock Place Plan, Design Statement and Community Plan - 1st Draft

Here is the first draft of the Llangattock Place Plan for consultation.  It is a lengthy document detailing the results of our consultation with residents, lots of information about where we live, and some ideas for the future.  You may feel that some of these are good ideas, some not so good - that's the […]

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Andy heads for new adventures, new cleaner needed!

“Our brilliant contractor, Andy Braithwaite, is leaving to pursue adventures new, so we are after a new cleaner or cleaning company for the public washrooms at Llangattock Recreation Ground. The rota will cover seven days a week, caring for the newly refurbished toilet block and accessible toilet pod. Contact the Clerk, Kay, on llangattockcc@gmail.com for […]

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DO YOU WANT A SHUTTLE BUS?
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PARKING SURVEY RESULTS

Joint Statement by Powys County Council and Llangattock Community Council about the Residents Parking Consultation conducted in Llangattock in January 2024 Responding to complaints about parking in Llangattock raised during the recent Place Plan consultation, the two councils asked householders in the centre of the village whether they would support a residents parking scheme on […]

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Parking Survey Now Closed

Thank you to everyone who took part in the Llangattock Parking Survey, which is now closed. There was a good turnout, with a broad range of views expressed. The two councils will now assess the data collected and report back as soon as possible.

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1p increase in council tax precept for Llangattock

Through careful budgeting, LCC has held the increase in its 'bit' of the Council tax to 1p per week for a band D household and 2p for band H.

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Welsh Water Apology to Llangattock Residents

Residents may recall a couple of weekends before Christmas where Welsh Water closed the road in the centre of the village without warning, then failed to carry out the work, then took the signs away, then said they would close it again for three days, before completing the work behind some barriers without closing the […]

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Parking Survey Forms Delivered

Residents living in the areas coloured orange and blue on this map have had residents parking surveys pushed through their letter boxes.  Please read them carefully before separating the survey form on the last sheet from the Q+As and posting them in the black boxes at the following locations by the end of January: Church […]

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Llangattock Residents Parking Scheme Survey, January 2024

Survey forms will shortly be pushed through the letterboxes of Llangattock residents who would be directly affected if a new residents-only parking scheme were to be introduced on their roads. The forms will be accompanied by a detailed question and answer form, which can be downloaded by clicking this link. https://www.llangattock-cc.gov.wales/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/Llangattock-Residents-Parking-Scheme-no-form-Survey.pdf Parking was one of […]

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Police seize motorbike in Llangattock

Dyfed Powys Police have seized a motorbike in Llangattock following complaints of antisocial behaviour. Thanks to PCSO Lee Garret and the Roads Policing Unit.

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Flood Warning Issued 14.46 for Brecon to Glangwryne

A flood warning has been issued by Natural Resources Wales from Brecon to Glangwryne.  Pumps are being deployed to New Road in Crickhowell as a precaution. Follow for updates using the link below.  We have no reports of road closures at this time. https://flood-warning.naturalresources.wales/Detail/103FWF013/

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Merry Christmas Llangattock

Merry Christmas, everyone, and a happy and prosperous New Year.

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Progress on the toilet block

Good progress is being made on the toilet block project in Llangattock Recreation Ground. The roof over the new store room is almost complete. The solar panels will go on next. The store room will be used for gardening, cleaning, and play equipment. We will probably develop a system for booking out to organised groups. […]

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Closure of the Village Phone Box

A resident has told us that BT intends to close the phone box in the centre of Llangattock. We have spoken to BT, who said that the formal closure consultation has not yet begun. However, we are keen to gauge the level of local feeling about it. If you have any concerns about the closure […]

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LCC's November Newsletter
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Grants available for Llangattock Businesses

Grants of up to £25,000 are available to Llangattock Businesses.  Follow this link to find out more. https://en.powys.gov.uk/article/14860/Powys-Business-Growth-Grant

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Light up Llangattock 2023

If you enjoyed the #communityspirit around #Halloween this year, do it all again with the Llangattock Village Society on December 6th.

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Weather Warning

The met office has issued a weather warning for rain and strong winds from 1800 today (Wednesday November 1st) to 23.59 tomorrow. Please follow this link for updates and advice on staying safe in a storm.

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Place Plan Consultation - what you said
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Notice of Road Closure
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BRECON RECYCLING CENTRE TO CLOSE FOR REFURBISHMENT

Important Message from Powys County Council regarding the closure of the waste recycling centre at Brecon for refurbishment: Powys County Council would like to remind residents that the Brecon Household Waste Recycling Centre in the Ffrwdgrech Industrial Estate will be closing temporarily on Thursday 16 November to undergo important safety upgrades and improve the site […]

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