Cyngor Tref Penmaenmawr Town Council
Achieving more in partnership with our community
Community Grant Fund for 2023-2024 Now Open
Are you a local group or organisation working for the benefit of Penmaenmawr and its residents?
If so, you could be eligible for a grant from the Town Council. Find out more
Death Announced of Former Mayor Cllr Chris Williams
26 May 2023
Cllr Chris Williams who joined the Town Council in 2019 and served as the Town Mayor in 2022-2023 has died after a short illness.
Cllr Steven Consterdine, the current Town Mayor, paid tribute to Cllr Williams for the work he did for the council and said “I am saddened to hear the news about Chris he was both a friend and fellow councillor. Always dapper in his appearance, he embraced the role of being a councillor and was proud to have served as the Mayor. His enthusiasm and humour will be greatly missed. Our condolences go out to his family.”
Town Mayor & Deputy 2023 -2024
Councillor Steven Consterdine was announced as the new Town Mayor at the Council AGM meeting last night held at Penmaenmawr Community Centre.
Steven said “It is with a sense of Pride and honour that I accept this office in such an important and historical building, which this year is celebrating its Centenary year.
Growing up here as a small boy, I can honestly say I did not think I would one day be Mayor. But I am proud to serve such an amazing community, which time and again proves what it means to be a resident here. 100 years ago, a community came together to build this magnificent building, and more recently came together to build The Penmaenmawr Phoenix Football Club, proving that Community is very much still in the hearts of our residents.
So, it is with that sense of community that I intend to lead this council on behalf of its residents. I would like to Thank our outgoing Mayor Cllr C Williams for the hard work and determination that was shown in what can only be described as a very difficult year, in which he held our Council together ensuring that we could indeed continue to support our community”.
Cllr Sarah Williams was elected as the Deputy Mayor.
Dwygyfylchi Community Cuppa and Chat
Where: The Gladstone, Ysguborwen Rd, Dwygyfylchi
When: Monday 5 June at 11am
For adults over 50 who live in Dwygyfylchi
Pop in for a cuppa and have a chat with Community Wellbeing Officer Tania, and find out about what's going on in your Community.
Snowdonia National Park Promoting the Welsh Language
Snowdonia National Park have launched a public Consultation on the Draft Welsh Language Promotion Strategy for 2022-2027 if you would like to take part you can do so via the link on the Consultation Letter.
A Strategy for Promoting the Welsh Language
Eco-literacy for Nature Recovery
Free online eco-literacy courses to help community groups to respond to the nature crisis.
Are you a member of a community group or voluntary organisation ?
Would you like to take part in a free programme to help protect and restore nature? Then this course could be for you!
Find out more
Penmaenmawr Town Council have received complaints regarding dog fouling. The Town Council urge all dog owners to bag it and bin it. We would also encourage anyone witnessing fouling to report it on the link below. The more reports to County Council the better chance Town Council have asking for enforcement.
Reporting Dog Fouling - Conwy County Borough Council
Location: Fernbrook Road Car Park
Time: 09:45 to 10:20
Please note: Mobile branches do not operate on bank holidays
The foodbank is open 6-7pm Tuesday evenings and 2-3pm Wednesday afternoons.
It is located at St Paul's Church, Celyn Street entrance.
All donations and volunteers welcome.
Please contact the food bank on 07726869928 for any enquiries.
The Clerk reported to Council at the Full Council Meeting on the 28th February that the budget set for Community Skips during this financial period 2022-2023 was £2600.00 However, the projected expenditure to the end of the financial period would be much higher. To keep within the allocated budget (subject to no increases in cost from Conwy Council) would mean 9 skips per year resulting in a 6 week cycle at alternate locations (Penmaenmawr and Dwygyfylchi) The following dates have been booked.
Penmaenmawr: Station Road
Wednesday 24th May 2023
Thursday 17th August 2023
Dwygyfylchi: Maes Alltwen Green
Wednesday 5th April 2023
Wednesday 5th July 2023
Skips will be available from 9am and remain until 4pm or until full
For more information please contact the Town Clerk
Phone: 01492 623221
Email: [email protected]
Orchard Coffee Club; fortnightly at 1100
* U3A Poetry (3rd Monday AM)
Library Services: 10am - 1pm
Library Services: 2pm - 5pm
* Youth Club: 6pm - 8pm
Family West: 9am - 4:30pm
Health Visitor for Babies
Various WI meetings: 6:30pm - 9pm
Library Services: 2pm - 5pm
Readers group: 2pm - 3:30pm
Cymraig i Blant: 1:30pm - 3: 30pm
Library Services: 10am - 1pm
* Normally a closed group or with arranged drop-in)
Local Flood Information Plan
Local flood warnings may be triggered by heavy sustained rainfall or high river levels. Warnings will be communicated by Natural Resources Wales on local radio, TV and online at cyfoethnaturiolcymru.gov.uk
The Flood Store
The Flood Store is located in the Old Weighbridge Clerks Office across the road to the station.
The Flood Store will remain open during times of high risk.
Natural Resources Wales – TypeTalk 03456026340
Welsh Water – Sewer Flooding and Sewerage Emergencies – 0800 085 3968
5 June Planning & Environment Committee
Skip: Penmaenmawr: 24 May 2023
Skip: Dwygyfylchi: 5 July 2023
Economic Well Being – the council will support activity that helps the town’s economy sustain itself and hopefully grow stronger and become vibrant with a diverse range of shops and employment opportunities for our residents
Environmental Well Being – the council will continue to promote environmental improvements in the town through the employment of our Civic Pride Wardens, as well as funding environmental improvements
Social Well Being – the council will continue to work with local volunteer groups who provide important support to our vulnerable residents, as well as supporting those volunteer groups that promote healthy living and resilience to our residents
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