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Llanfair Community Council & PCSO

ABOUT LLANFAIR COMMUNITY COUNCIL

http://www.llanfaircommunitycouncil.gov.uk/

Llanfair Community Council represents the villages of Llandough, St Hilary and St Mary Church and the Herberts situated in the Vale of Glamorgan. The Community Council meet once a month, usually on the first Thursday in the month, in St Hilary Village Hall. There are eight councillors with three representing the St Hilary ward and five representing the Llanfair ward. There is one paid officer, the Clerk, who carries out the administration for the Community Council.

Police Community Support Officer (PCSO)

The Police Community Support Officer for St Hilary is Sian Roberts (PCSO 55489).

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Llanfair Community Council Minutes

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The matters relating to St Hilary that were discussed at the last but one Community Council meeting are below.  (Note: the minutes are normally up to two months in arrears, as they are only put on the website when they have been approved at the following meeting)
The next two meetings are at 7pm on Thursday, 4 October (Llanfair School) and Thursday, 1 November (St Hilary Village Hall).
 
5 July 2018

Item 13.1: The Community Council had received a ‘Thank You’ card from Mrs Caroline Neudegg in recognition of the adoption of the BT Kiosk in St Hilary and advising that the telephony equipment had now been removed and the kiosk has been painted. The Village Residents and Village Forum are delighted to have the kiosk as a village facility and thanked the Clerk and the Council for carrying out the legal formalities.

Item 13.4: Members discussed the continuing issue of HGV’s getting ‘stuck’ in St Hilary Village.

Click here for the full minutes on Community Council website. Click on the link below for the minutes of previous meetings.

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