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Full Council Meeting - Tuesday 19th May 2020

Council meetings during the coronavirus pandemic Following the approval by Welsh Government of the Local Authorities (Coronavirus) (Meetings) (Wales) Regulations 2020, the Town Council now has the power to hold meetings of the Town Council remotely. ...

Coronavirus update 11th May 2020

Following the announcement from our First Minister over the weekend, which only set out modest changes to the lock down restrictions, Glynneath Town Council will continue to keep closed all its outdoor facilities. This includes the following; tennis courts, bowling green and Pontwalby Park. Members of the public are also ...

Coronavirus update - 23rd April 2020

Glynneath Town Council are aware that the Local Authorities (Coronavirus) (Meetings) (Wales) Regulations 2020 came into force yesterday. The regulations have changed certain items relating to Town and Community Council, including how meetings of Town and Community Councils can be conducted. This will now allow the Town Council to explore ...

Bridge damage & repair at Chain Road

Following reports of structural damage caused to the footbridge at Chain Road, which provides an important access link between Glynneath and Cwmgwrach via the A465 underpass, the Town Clerk wrote to Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council for an update on the current situation and for an outline of their ...

Cemetery Protocol - Amended 7th April 2020

Following advice and directions, Glynneath Town Council wants residents to be aware of our amended Cemetery Protocol, which regulates access to and activity within the Cemetery during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The Cemetery currently remains open for casual visits and we will do what we can to ensure it ...

External organisations that can offer assistance

The following list of external organisations and their contact details may be useful to residents, particularly during this difficult time that we’re currently facing. Age Connects Wales Web: https://www.ageconnectswales.org.uk/ Tel: 02920 683600 Email: [email protected] Provides support to age 50+ people and is made up of 6 ...

COVID-19 / CORONAVIRUS UPDATE - 24.03.2020

Following the announcement from our Prime Minister last night, Glynneath Town Council will now close all outdoor facilities for use. This includes the following; tennis courts, bowling green and Pontwalby Park. Members of the public are also being advised to not use the Dynamic Park or any other play facilities ...

COVID-19 / CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

Over the weekend, the government outlined an urgent need for people to comply with social distancing advice. In response to this, NPTCBC have closed all Council owned parks for the next 4 weeks. Glynneath Town Council recognise that some parks cannot be physically closed in Glynneath, specifically the Welfare ...

COVID-19 - Useful Information

Glynneath Town Council has been collaborating with Rhiannon Thomas of Age Connects NPT and Ioan Richards from the Local Area Co-Ordination Scheme for NPT with a view to ensuring those residents who may require suitable help, support and assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic is able to get ...

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT Re. Coronavirus

Glynneath Town Council has been keeping up to date with the coronavirus impact upon the UK and the local area. The situation is evolving daily, and its full impact is still not yet known. As a result of the escalating situation, all meetings of Glynneath Town Council will now be ...

Maesgwyn Windfarm Community Benefit Fund - open for applications

MAESGWYN WIND FARM COMMUNITY BENEFIT FUND Applications are invited for Grants from the Maesgwyn Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund from Monday, 2nd March 2020. The application form, applicant`s guidance notes and relevant accompanying documents are available here on the Glynneath Town ...

Cemetery Drive - road closure

Glynneath Cemetery Drive – planned road closure Friday 14th February – Monday 17th February 2020 Glynneath Town Council will be closing the cemetery drive on Friday 14th February and will re-open early on Monday 17th February 2020. This planned closure is in response ...

Internal Auditor - Invitation to Tender

Invitation to Tender: Glynneath Town Council Internal Audit for the Year End 31st March 2020 The Council is required by law to appoint an Internal Auditor who can undertake a ...

2020/21 Budget Announcement

On Tuesday 14th January 2020, Glynneath Town Council approved its 2020/21 Budget and set the Precept accordingly. Below is a copy of the official press release in support of the decision, and a copy of the Budget for reference. 2020/21 Precept Press Release [PDF – 2 Pages] ...

Ordinary Meeting - Tuesday 10th December 2019

Notice is hereby given that the next Ordinary Meeting of the Council will be at 7:00pm on Tuesday 10th December 2019, in Bethania Community Centre. See agenda below: Agenda for Ordinary Meeting to be held on Tuesday 10th December 2019

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