Notes from the public open meeting held at on Tuesday 01/11/2022 , 19:30 pm at Capel Speit
Attendees Councillors ; Tomos Muxworthy, Mairwen Rees, Sarah Thomas, Meirion Jones, Dai Jones, Rhys James, Dylan Thomas.
Apologies ; Brian Thomas.
Members of the public 23.
The Chairman welcomed all present to the open meeting which was being held by Llanfynydd Community Council to gather ideas. Attendees were given the opportunity to vote on a new name for the Hall Plot.
The following subjects were discussed.
- The state of public Highways and footpaths .
- Cylch Meithrin Cwrt Henri – there is a vacancy for a group leader, if this is not filled the Cylch could be under threat.
- Provision of the new defibrillator along with a status update of the existing defibrillator.
- The need for a meeting area at the hall plot.
- Open spaces for dog walking.
Attendees were reminded of the Fireworks display held at the Penybont on Friday 04/11/22
The meeting closed at 20:10pm
Yn dilyn yr Etholiadau Lleol ar 5/5/22, mae’r canlynol wedi eu hethol ar Gyngor Cymuned Llanfynydd.
Etholwyd Mansel Charles yn Gynghorydd Sir dros Ward Llanegwad.
Following the Local Elections on 5/5/22, the following have been elected onto the Llanfynydd Community Council.
Mansel Charles was elected as the County Councillor for the Llanegwad Ward.
James, Rhys Benjamin /
Jones, David /
Jones, Meirion /
Muxworthy, Tomos Ian /
Rees, Mairwen Glenys /
Thomas, Brian Tegwyn /
Thomas, Dylan Huw /
Thomas, Sarah Jane /
Number of Councillors elected : 8
Total votes: 1308
Turnout : 58.16%
Many thanks to everyone who has taken the time to make comments, due to the fact that a lot of interest has been generated we have decided to extend the deadline for further comments to 1st of November 2021 which will allow Councillors the opportunity to view any further comments before our next meeting.
You can download the 2019 Llanfynydd Community Appraisal (revised 06/19) here
The Llanfynydd Community Council are reviewing their current Community Action Plan at their next meeting on the 12th October.
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