Well done, Llangattock builders Land and Stone and Chair of the Community Council, Richard Jones, for creating an accessible ramp for the new wheelchair-friendly toilet block in the Recreation Ground. While they were at it, they used some of the spoils to fill in wheel marks on nearby verges caused by a passing lorry - […]
Well done to the Village Society and the many residents of the community who took part in the Light Up Llangattock Competition. What a fantastic display! Thanks to Tim Jones of As You See It Media for the photos, for sponsoring & judging the competition Thanks to Melissa from Peak for judging Happy Christmas, […]
We are delighted to say that Llangattock Community Council has won grant funding worth over £10,000 for repairs, refurbishment and new play equipment for the Recreation Ground. Councillors and volunteers worked together to gather the information required for a short-notice application under the All Wales Play Opportunities Grant Scheme, which was funded by Welsh Government […]
The panels were installed on the shelters in Llangattock Recreation Ground today - thanks to a team of Councillors and volunteers. Providing secure, sheltered meeting and play areas are a priority and these will make life more comfortable for those who want to use them.
It's all go at the Recreation Ground, with new services going in for the new accessible toilet pod and the new power supply being installed for the Christmas Tree. The funds for these projects were raised from National Lottery/Powys County Council Grants and Llangattock Village Society fundraising respectively. Both projects will bring new benefits to […]
The trench has been dug for the new power supply for the village Christmas Tree in the Recreation Ground. Money for this was raised by Llangattock Village Society with a contribution from the Community Council. The supply will be available during the rest of the year should we need it for village events. Thank you […]
The last of the new speed signs in Llangattock is being installed this morning. It's for a new 40mph 'buffer' zone before traffic enters the main 30mph through the village from the mountain road. There is another buffer as traffic enters The Legar and a new 30mph through the Dardy. Llangattock Community Council part funded […]
Please see the attached notice in relation to this year's audit. The annual return can be found under our documentation section on this website.