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Happy 28th Birthday to the Glynneath Training Centre (established 1st April 2015). The Town & the Council wish you many more successful years in the future.


The Post Office have opened a PUBLIC CONSULTATION on the proposed move of the Glynneath Post Office from 41, High Street, Glynneath to the proposed new Premier Store (formally the Crown Inn), 12, High Street, Glynneath.

Anyone wishing to take part must quote the reference 31464299 and can take part on-line at, by telephoning 08457223344 or by writinng to The Post Office, FREEPOST Your Comments.

NOTE: The consultation ends on Friday 13th March 2015.

Full details of the proposal can be found in leaflets at the existing Post Office

27th January 2015

MAESGWYN WIND FARM COMMUNITY BENEFIT FUND will be inviting applications from 9am on Monday 2nd February 2015.

Applications & guidelines can be downloaded from this website or can be obtained in paper form from the Bethania Community Centre, High Street, Glynneath or by request by email to

Fully completed applications must be returned to the administrator by Friday 6th March 2015 & the panel will meet on the evening of Tuesday 21st April 2015. All successful applicants will be contacted within seven working days of the panel meeting.

6th January 2015

Did you know that if you wish to comment about your experiences with your Doctor, Local Hospitals, your Dentist, your Optician or Pharmacists, you can contact the Abertawe Bro Morgannwg Community Health Council on t/n. 01639 683490, by email or, in writing to Abertawe Bro Morgannwg Community Health Council,
1st Floor, Cimla Hospital, Cimla, Neath SA11 3SU.

For full details of the Community Health Council please visit their website:


The Glynneath Regeneration Group are looking for groups and individuals to get involved in influencing the future regeneration of the town. The Glynneath Regeneration Group are responsible for overseeing regeneration proposals for the town and surrounding communities and recognise that involvement of a wide range of local people and groups will help in developing future proposals. A Stakeholder Group will be set up to contribute views and ideas from a variety of different interests in order to develop projects that reflect local issues and priorities.

Members of the Stakeholder Group will be expected to meet together on a maximum of two (2) occasions during the year and to contribute positively to regeneration proposals in the town.

All nomintations to the Stateholder Group will be considered by the Glynneath Regeneration Group and invitations to the first meeting will be sent out in early 2015.

If you would like to nominate yourself or someone from your group then please contact Ian Williams, Regeneration Officer, Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council on 01639686414, email: or Clive Baker, Clerk to Glynneath Town Council on 01639722961, email: – NOTE: THIS INVIATION CLOSED ON FRIDAY 1st MAY 2015.