Cyngor Tref Penmaenmawr Town Council

Achieving more in partnership with our community

Welcome to our website which we hope you will find easy to navigate. We have endeavoured to lay before you all the information you might wish to know about the workings of Penmaenmawr Town Council.

All our Councillors are committed to improving the environments of the three Wards and working in partnership with other groups and the local County Council to provide the best value service possible.

Agenda and Minutes of Council Meetings are available on the meetings page. A large amount of other information is available on the other pages.

Please feel free to contact any of our Councillors or the Mayor at any time.

We are always more than happy to listen to your concerns and ideas to improve own Town. We achieve so much more when we work together.

Please contact us via the contact page.

Your views are valuable to us to help shape our community.

COVID-19 Grant

Penmaenmawr Town Council has established a grant fund to assist those undertaking additional duties to help fight the COVID-19 virus. Grants will be available to voluntary or community groups, charities, or for specific reasons, individuals, within the Council area.

The grants scheme will be available for an initial period of three months and will be reviewed by the Council in July 2020. Guidance notes and application forms are available via the Council website or by emailing the Clerk at [email protected].

To be held remotely via Zoom on 28 September at 4.40 pm. Anyone wishing to attend remotely please contact the clerk for log in details.

Guidance Notes for Covid-19 Support Grants

Application for Covid-19 Support Grants

Latest News

Casual Vacancy - Pant yr Afon ward
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Rejuvenating local commerce

The Town Council are inviting local businesses to a meeting to explore ways in which the Council could assist in rejuvenating local commerce. The first meeting will be held on the 3rd of September, at 6.30 pm at the Beach Café. Other events will be held across the area, details of which will be published soon.

Community Library
The Community Library will be open for library services on Thursday and Friday, October 22nd and 23rd . It will then close under the Covid-19 lock down regulations, with the forecast re-open date being Thursday November 12th.

The flu vaccine clinic to be held on November 7th will go ahead as planned.
Community Skips
Due to the COVID-19 Virus all Skips have been postponed until further notice

8 October 2020

Computer access and Library book browsing

Access to public computers, for residents from Conwy County Borough Council, will be available in Penmaenmawr from the week beginning 12th October.

To ensure a safe environment owing to the coronavirus pandemic there will be limited availability.

Customers from Conwy County Borough Council can make an appointment to visit for book browsing at Penmaenmawr, from the week beginning October 12th.

To make an appointment please phone 01492 576139 or complete the online form www.conwy.gov.uk/libraries and check on https://www.facebook.com/ConwyLibraries/ for further details.

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.

The Key is in the nearest house/office on Paradise Road to the store at

Banwell Accountancy, 4 Paradise Road, LL34 6AR

Phone: 01492 622955

Flood Information

Latest news

COVID-19 Grant

Rejuvenating local commerce

Casual Vacancy - Pant yr Afon ward

Skips: Postponed until further notice

Economic

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......

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Environmental

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....

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Social

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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