5-year strategy for Council

Llangattock Community Council has developed a strategy for how it would like the Council and its relationship with the community to develop over the next 5 years.  It's set out in this graphic and below in text.  It is meant to be a 'living' document, which can develop over time.  We hope you will join […]

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Perk Up The Park Online Survey

The Perk up the Park Online Survey is now available.  Click below to fill it out.

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Work to repair the climbing frame

Work to refurbish the climbing frame continues as part of the Perk Up The Park project. We are replacing some of the softwood. Some of the treads are solid oak and will stay as they have plenty of wear in them.

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Llangattock CC declares a climate and ecological emergency

Llangattock Community Council has declared a climate emergency and is developing plans for a climate working group in the village. The Council passed a motion this week which will commit it to "work towards ensuring that sustainability is embedded in all that the Council undertakes and strengthen the village's resilience with respect to the impacts of […]

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Paper surveys available at The Park

  You can fill out the Llangattock Recreation Ground Survey online, but if you still want a paper copy then they are available at the park. Please complete them by May 1st.

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Perk Up The Park Mission Statement

Here is a new mission statement from the Perk Up The Park Project working group. It's fab: inclusive, enthusiastic and ambitious for the Recreation Ground and our community. They would like to get as many people as possible to join in this mission. They particularly want to hear from people who could help coordinate the […]

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Box for completed survey forms

If you want to drop off completed survey forms, please use the new box which has just been installed on the external wall of the toilet block. Thank you! If you want to complete one online, please visit this page https://www.llangattock-cc.gov.wales/perk-up-the-park/

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The Death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

Llangattock Community Council wishes to extend its sincere condolences to The Royal Family following the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.

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Don't let the boys down!

If you live in Llangattock, you'll be getting a survey through the door asking what you would like to see in the Recreation Ground. They've been delivered by a small team of volunteers. Please, don't let the boys down, fill it out!

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Get involved with the Perk Up The Park Project

As lockdown begins to lift, we are looking to get 'Perk Up The Park' going again. This is an ambitious project to gain grant funding for more and better facilities in Llangattock Recreation Ground.  The aim is to create a space for all ages and abilities. But we need your help. The National Lottery will […]

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Perk Up The Park downloadable and printable version

We have now created a shorter, downloadable version of the Perk Up The Park presentation, which you can share by email (many thanks to Cllr Kate Inglis for doing this). Please send it to anyone you think might want to get involved.  You can download it by clicking this link.      

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Car Sharing Survey

Llangattock Green Valleys have asked us to share a car-sharing survey being carried out by Community Engery Wales. CEW are looking to get a scheme going in the Crickhowell area in partnership with  The Green Valleys CIC. Community Energy Wales and local partner The Green Valleys CIC

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Support during the Pandemic
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New working group for Recreation Ground

Llangattock Community Council's Community Committee decided this afternoon to form a working group with residents to find ways to improve the Recreation Ground. This meeting was, appropriately given the subject matter, held in the Recreation Ground itself and online via a mobile phone. The Community Committee decided unanimously to invite the group to explore options […]

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Early Notice of Closure

This notice is to let users of the Recreation Ground know that it is our intention to close the climbing frame/multiplay equipment shortly for routine repairs.  The exact dates of the closure are to be confirmed.

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Tree felling by Western Power

Please be advised that a tree at the road entrance to Llangattock Cemetery will be felled today by Western Power. It's to make way for a new sub station, to replace the one near to Crickhowell Bridge which is vulnerable to flooding. It will also allow for the installation of a number of replacement overhead […]

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Llangattock Church's National Day of Reflection

Message from Llangattock Church: St. Catwg's will be open for private prayer from 11.30am - 12.30pm tomorrow, to mark the National Day of Reflection. A one way system will be in place as well as specially marked pews to allow for social distancing. Please use the hand gel on entering and leaving the building, and […]

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Flood working group for Llangattock

Building flood resilience in Llangattock Llangattock volunteers and Councillors are working to make our community safer in the event of flooding. Recent severe flood events, including Storm Dennis in February 2020, have demonstrated the need to be prepared for flooding and to be able to respond if the worst happens. The Community Council have set […]

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News from Llangattock Green Valleys

There are lots of volunteer and community interest groups working to make Llangattock a better place.  One of those is Llangattock Green Valleys.  Here is their latest newsletter.

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Dogs on Leads Please

New signs are going up in Llangattock, asking dog owners to keep their pets on leads and pick up after them if they use the footpath through the Glebe Field opposite Crickhowell Bridge. The Community Council has taken this action because it is grazing land, and there are concerns about the risk to livestock from […]

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