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Llanfair Community Council & PCSO


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


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 meeting is at 7pm on Thursday, 7 December in St Hilary Village Hall.

7 September 2017

To consider the Adoption of the BT Telephone Box in St Hilary.
Proposed by Councillor Llewellyn, seconded by Councillor Teague that the Community Council adopts the BT Telephone Kiosk on the proviso that there is a named liaison contact to represent the Community with regard to its maintenance and any other details.  Resolved as proposed.  The Clerk and Councillors expressed their disappointment at the hostility experienced by them, at both this meeting and particularly at the informal open discussion in August held with the St Hilary Community, at the hand of a small number of the residents.

The Clerk will chase the company requested to provide a quotation for a new notice board for St Hilary.

Letter from Mrs J Davies, resident of St Hilary, expressing concern at the large vehicles negotiating the narrow roads through the village. Mrs Davies is suggesting a ‘Through Traffic’ sign on the ‘triangle’ entering the village from the A48 with a left facing arrow and a similar sign on the entry to the village from the St Athan Road direction. Members discussed the letter and agreed that it should be forwarded to the Highways Department at the Vale of Glamorgan Council and the Vale Councillors for their consideration.

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