Penmaenmawr Town Council

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2nd Penmaenmawr Town Council Meeting: March 2018

1.The stolen bench has been found safe in Eden Hall! It is undamaged (apart from some cigarette burns) and will be put in the Maes y Llan play area in due course.

2. Penmaenmawr Town Council are funding two mobile cameras which will be moved around the villages to the worst affected areas with dog fouling. They will take photographs of irresponsible dog owners day or night and Conwy County Borough Council will prosecute.

3. The mobile post office has been very successful so far with 128 people using it on its first visit. You can find it in Fernbrook car park every Saturday 10 - 12 (noon) and 2.30 - 4.30pm every Wednesday.

Mobile Post Office: from Saturday 3 March

Access your account with your bank or Post Office Card
Get cash out
Pay cash and cheques in
Pay bills.
Post items.
Home Shopping returns.......and more.

Where: Penmaenmawr Community Library Car park (behind Spar)
When: Every Saturday (from 3 March)
Time: 10am - 12pm.

From 14 Mar 2018 there will be an additional service on Wednesday afternoons from 3.00pm

Penmaenmawr Town Council Meeting: March 2018

1. The Town Council are pleased to award the Gladstone Fell Race a grant of £300

2. The Town Council are sponsoring Pen in Bloom to enter the Wales in Bloom competition this year. The floral display within the village has gone from strength to strength and we are sure the whole village wishes Pen in Bloom luck!

3. Conwy County Borough Council are consulting on whether to reduce the area on the promenade and beach which have dog control orders on them which prohibits dogs from using these areas. The Town Council are making objections to the County Council on the proposed reductions on the basis that these reductions are not necessary or in the public interest.

4. Calling all groups….is your group interested in adopting a flower bed on the promenade? If so please email the Town Clerk at [email protected] to be entered into a draw by 31st t March. If chosen you will be allocated a flower bed to practice your green fingers on.

Pen Town Council Meeting: 6 February 2018

1. Calling all groups….is your group interested in adopting a flower bed on the promenade? If so please email the Town Clerk at [email protected] to be entered into a draw by 1st March. If chosen you will be allocated a flower bed to practice your green fingers on.

2. Your Town Council is proud to sponsor the World Shore Angling Championships which is coming to the County on the 20-27th of October this year. This event is an annual event and includes teams of anglers who fish from the shoreline, over five competition days, on a catch and release basis. Our lovely beach will play host to this exciting event.

3. Do you want to know how the council spends its budget? If so check it out on our budget page

4. The Town Council have contributed £500 to the North Wales Lupus charity under its Fund Raising Promise, which recognises the efforts of local residents who raised over £1000 for this worthy charity! Well done to all.

Theft of a picnic bench

On the 27th/28th of January, thieves stole a picnic bench from outside the town council office. This bench was destined to go to the Maes y Llan play area in Dwygylfylchi. A replacement bench will be bought.

The Town Councillors are very disappointed that this has happened and if anyone knows of anything that might help trace this theft could they please get in touch with the Town Clerk at [email protected]

Pen Town Council Meeting: 9 January 2018

1) The first training for the Community Speedwatch initiative will take place on the 17th of January. Speedwatch volunteers will then be able to monitor our roads for speeding cars and issue warnings

2) The Council awarded a grant of £4500 to St Gwynan’s Playgroup to purchase much need equipment.

3) The Council awarded a £50 grant donation to Urdd Gobaith Cymru.

More Community Skips from January 2018

Community skips will be on the first and third Saturday of each month for a six-month trial basis.
The skip in the car park by the station will remain on the first Saturday of each month. The second skip will be on Maes Alltwen Green on the third Saturday.
We want to encourage the community to dispose of waste responsibly.
These skips are for those larger household items that you dispose of on an occasional basis.
Please respect the rules of the skips and DO NOT leave waste if skips are full or before they arrive. Staff will be on hand to assist.

The skip will arrive between 8.30 and 9am and be removed at 11 or when the skip is full, whichever sooner.

Station Car park

First Saturday of each month

Saturday January 6

Saturday February 3

Saturday March 3

Saturday April 7

Saturday May 5

Saturday June 2

Maes Alltwen Green

Third Saturday of each month

Saturday January 20

Saturday February 17

Saturday March 17

Saturday April 21

Saturday May 19

Saturday June 16

Project Sparkle: December 2017

Penmaenmawr Town Council is heading an initiative to give Penmaenmawr Promenade a ‘makeover’ over the coming months. It has brought together various departments of Conwy County Borough Council, local trades people and the Friends of Pen Prom to plan a series of actions to give the area a new look. Co-ordinator, Cllr Dafydd Lloyd-Borland said: “If you have some ideas or suggestions for how we can improve our prom then drop me a line at [email protected]

Speed Watch: December 2017

This January ,Penmaenmawr Town Council are arranging training with North Wales Police for volunteers t help combat irresponsible driving in our community. If you are interested in taking part then contact the Town Clerk on 01492 623221 or [email protected]

News In Brief December 2017

Grants Awarded
Penmaenmawr Town Council have recently awarded grants to the following
Penmaenmawr Sailing Club: £1,378 for new roller blinds .
Maen Alaw: £900.00 for a sound system.
Dwygyfylchi Art Society £500 for materials and promotional work.
Friends of St.Gwynin’s Church £100 to help clear cemetery.

Penmaenmawr Town Council has contributed the following
£2,000 to stage the firework display
£7,400 for new play equipment at Maes y Llan play area Dwygyfylchi.
£2,424 to paint railings in Penmaenan

Over the last few months Penmaenmawr Town Council has:
Painted the railings in Pant yr Afon, Quarry Gardens and the Promenade Entrance.
Sprayed moss on Constitution Hill and Pant yr Afon Close and weeds on the promenade.
Foliage on footpaths cut across the community.

Festive Fayre Success: December 2017

Saturday 2nd December proved to be a great success drawing in the crowds from across our area. The Fayre included bands; fairground rides; an ice rink, and stalls under the Verandas. Pen’s Deputy Mayor, Cllr Dafydd Lloyd-Borland, who helped organise the event, said: “ This has been our best Fayre so far and we will be working over the next twelve months to make next year’s even better.” The Penmaenmawr Community Events team, who organised the event, would like to thank the whole community, all those individuals and companies, for their support.

In Memoriam: November 2017

Penmaenmawr Town Council are grateful to two local residents - Mrs Linda Jones and Mr Richard Jones for placing a wreath in Bard Cottage Military Cemetery in Belgium on behalf of our community. The wreath was placed on Armistice Day in memory of everyone from Penmaenmawr who fell in the Great War.

Beach facilities at Penmaenmawr

Beach facilities at Penmaenmawr

Download Beach facilities at Penmaenmawr map

Conwy Supported Lodgings and Nightstop

We need your help! Do you have a spare room? Can you offer support?

Supported Lodgings
Conwy supported lodgings have been commissioned by Conwy council to provide support for young people aged 16-21 from the county of Conwy, who through no fault of their own find themselves homeless and in need of support and accommodation.

If you have a spare room and can provide a room for a homeless young person. Plus, have an interest in teaching the young person to cook, clean, budget and provide emotional support to prepare them for independence; then we would really like to hear from you!

The scheme accredited by Depaul uk, covers the region of Conwy and commenced in Nov 2016.

Nightstop provides a safety net to vulnerable young people aged 16-21 at a difficult time in their lives, usually after a family breakdown and are forced to leave home.

Last year, the network of Nightstops in the UK helped over 5000 vulnerable young people and kept them from sleeping rough or staying in unsuitable accommodation, which put them at possible risk of abuse.

The use of spare rooms makes a huge positive difference to young people in crisis. The Nightstop scheme sees volunteer hosts provide a room, evening meal and a sympathetic ear to a young homeless person for one night or up to 3 weeks. Once engaged, Nightstop staff can then work with the young person and in partnership with other local agencies helping them address the issues that caused them to become homeless.

All householders are provided with a financial incentive to cover all costs of the young person and receive full training and ongoing support.

For further details or an informal chat about our service please call: 01492 576986 or 01352 700838