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MAES GWYN WIND FARM COVID-19 RESILIENCE FUND

We are pleased to announce the re-launch of the Maes Gwyn Wind Farm Covid-19 Resilience Fund. If you have not yet applied to the Fund and wish to make an application please do so using the Guidance Notes and Application Form below by the deadline date of Friday, 26th February ...

Christmas Lights Arrangements

The Town Council is disappointed to announce that we have been unable to organise our usual Christmas lights switch-on event this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. We had hoped to build on last year’s event, which was an overwhelming success – but it just wasn’t possible under the ...

Cemetery Driveway Closure - UPDATED

Residents are advised that the Cemetery driveway will be closed until Friday 13th November due to the ongoing improvement works to the drainage and surfacing. The Cemetery will be open as usual, but access will be by foot only. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused by this closure, and ...

Coronavirus Update - Town Hall & Tennis Courts

In response to the announcement from Welsh Government to lift certain firebreak restrictions, Glynneath Town Council can confirm that the Town Hall will reopen on Monday 9th November 2020. Please contact the Town Clerk with any hire enquiries. The Tennis Courts will also be reopened from Monday morning (8.00am).

Notice of scheduled works - cemetery driveway

Due to unforeseen delays, commencement of the works has been rescheduled. Drainage works to the cemetery driveway are now scheduled to begin on Monday 26th October 2020. The works will last for approximately 8 weeks. Please be aware that during this period access to the cemetery for pedestrians and/or vehicles ...

Coronavirus Update - 22nd October 2020

Following on from the Welsh Government announcement a of a circuit breaker lockdown which will commence on Friday 23rd October at 6.00pm, the Town Council can confirm that: • The Town Hall will be closed from the commencement of the circuit breaker. • The tennis courts (located at the ...

Cemetery Drive - Scheduled Works - Commence Monday 5th October 2020

NOTICE of SCHEDULED WORK Drainage works to the cemetery driveway are scheduled to begin on Monday 5th October 2020. Works will last for approximately 8 weeks. Please be aware that, during this period, access to the cemetery for pedestrians and/or vehicles via the cemetery driveway may 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, 7th September 2020. The application form, applicant`s guidance notes and relevant accompanying documents are available from: Bethania Community Centre High Street ...

Coronavirus update - 8th September 2020 - TOWN HALL

Glynneath Town Council are pleased to announce that the Town Hall will be opening in line with guidance from Welsh Government. However, the Town Council are limited with regards to what activities it can allow at the Town Hall. Only those that can be carried out in accordance with the ...

Notice of date appointed for the exercise of electors’ rights under the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004

Please click to view Notice relating to Notice of date appointed for the exercise of electors’ rights under the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004 [PDF]

Invitation to Tender

Glynneath Town Council are looking to identify and appoint a Consultant that will carry out works in order to identify a needs based approach to requirements within the Welfare Park. For further information, please click on the link below to view the tender invitation document. TENDER

Selar Extension Community Benefit Fund - Student Grants

SELAR EXTENSION COMMUNITY BENEFIT FUND (GLYNNEATH) Applications are being invited for the above fund. Are you a student studying for a university degree or the equivalent higher national diploma (HND)? If so, please download an Application form below or contact ...

Expression of Interest Invitation

Glynneath Town Council seeks expressions of interest from organisations to help produce a Feasibility Study and conduct public consultation in relation to the Transformation Project of the Welfare Park. Organisations with a proven track record of delivering a community regeneration project are invited to contact the Clerk to Glynneath Town ...

Coronavirus Update - 3rd August 2020

At the Full Council meeting held on 28th July 2020, Councillors and the public were advised that guidance relating to the opening of the Town Hall was currently being explored and it was envisaged that the Town Hall would be open shortly. However, regulations issued by Welsh Government have stipulated ...

Coronavirus Update - 24th July 2020

In response to the latest Welsh Government updated COVID-19 guidelines, the Town Council have carefully considered their position with regards to its facilities. We can confirm that from Tuesday 28th July 2020 outdoor children’s play parks, operated by Glynneath Town Council will be open, in line with government advice ...

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