Cyngor Cymuned
LLANDYSUL

 

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Llandysul Community Council Badge of office

LLANDYSUL
Community Council

 

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Welcome to the
Llandysul Community Council Website

Llandysul Community Council, like all other Community and Town Councils in Wales, serves the local community and works to improve the quality of life in its locality. It represents electors as their first tier of government and democratic accountability, doing so through exercising a range of statutory powers and duties.

Llandysul Community Council is made up of four electoral wards, Capel Dewi Ward, Pontsian Ward, Tregroes Ward and Llandysul Town Ward and has 12 councillors who represent 2700 residents (2011 Census).  At the head of the Council is a Chairman who is elected annually from amongst the serving Councillors.  The council employs a part time Clerk.
 

Community Council Services

Llandysul Community Council are consultees to planning applications from the local planning authorities, Ceredigion County Council and Carmarthenshire County Council.
 

Badge of the Cyngor Cymuned Llandysul Community CouncilCouncil Brooch 

The Community Council “Badge of Honour” was designed by Councillor Terry Griffiths so that Councillors can wear them when representing the Community Council on official occasions.

The Royal Blue background is taken from the centre piece of the Chairman’s chain, which  represents the River Teifi.
The symbols on the badge are:
Wavy lines – the River Teifi;
Heads of corn – farming and agriculture in the area ;
The fish – Angling as the Teifi is famed for the salmon, sewin and trout;
The ladder and the book (of learning) – represents Ysgol Dyffryn Teifi;
The Red Dragon - Cymru.



 

News

Children's play area - reopens 20/07/2020
Llandysul Community Council has re-opened the play area in Llandysul Memorial Park.
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Re-opening Llandysul Memorial Park
Llandysul Memorial Park and Tirdref Land of Cymdeithas Chwaraeon Llandysul
 
After careful co
Notice of Audit Financial Year End 31/03/20
Notice of date appointed for the exercise of electors’ rights under the Public Audit (Wales) A
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