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.
SHOAL Sculpture Launch
Plastic Free Awareness
The launch of 'Shoal', a sculpture created by Mike Badger that raises awareness of the problem of plastic in our seas and oceans.
Commissioned by Penmaenmawr Town Council, Plastic Free Penmaenmawr and Conwy County Borough Council. The sculpture consists of six metal rods that are attached to the wooden sea defence (groyns) at the high tide mark of the Promenade. Each rod holds two fish made from recycled plastic that swivel and move with the wind. (Swapping water currents for air currents) at 4.5m in height and 4m width, the coloured fish move in unison to create a kinetic, dynamic spectacle for the general public to enjoy as they amble along the historic Promenade.
Penmaenmawr Town Council 2021 Audit Statement
The Responsible Financial Officer signed and certified the accounts on 24th June 2021.
Regulation 15(2) of the Accounts and Audit (Wales) Regulations 2014 (as amended) requires that following the certification by the Responsible Financial Officer referred to above, the Council must approve the accounts. The Regulations require that this be completed by 30 June 2020.
Due to the Council’s schedule of meetings, Penmaenmawr Town Council has not been able to meet to approve the accounts by the 30th June. However, the accounts will be considered at the next Council meeting on the 6th July 2021.
Signed . . . . M. Hanks. . . . . . . Town Clerk
Date . . . . . 28/06/2021 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sŵn y Môr Community Meet & Greet
When: Thursday 21st of April at 6 pm,
Where: The Community Centre, LL34 6AB.
Penmaenmawr Town Council and HTC Events
Welcome all from our community to attend a meet and greet session to talk about the jubilee event.
Light refreshments will be provided.
Want to get involved? Get in touch.
0845 838 1395
The Town Council is pleased to announce it has supported Love North Wales Support Group with a £75.00 donation.
The Council are delighted to announce that the current works have been completed in Parc Plas Mawr and a significant difference has been made.
The Community elections occur on April 14th, the Council would encourage ever eligible voter to vote.
12 April 2022
The Council would like to thank the community for their support on the Launch day of the Shoal, a good turn out and there were many people interested in what the project stands for.
The Council would like to invite the community to a meet and greet event on 21st April 6 pm at the community centre. This will provide an opportunity to explain the work that has been occurring and to encourage local community groups to get involved.
The Town Council is pleased to support Conwy’s playing out the scheme and have funded 2 sessions.
The Council is pleased to announce that it has supported Kids cancer charity with a donation of £75.00.
The next community skip is Thursday 14th at Dwygyfylchi with the following skip at Penmaenmawr Station Rd on May 5th May.
Temporary traffic regulation Graiglwyd Road, between Bod Hyfryd and Graiglwyd Farm from 21/04 to the 22/04 for BT work.
Skips are available at Penmaenmawr and Dwygyfylchi as follows
Penmaenmawr: Station Road
Thursday 5 May 2022
Thursday 7 July 2022
Thursday 1 September 2022
Dwygyfylchi: Maes Alltwen Green
Thursday 14 April 202
Thursday 9 June 2022
Thursday 4 August 2022
Thursday 6 October 2022
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]
* 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)
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 1 December at 6:00 pm. Anyone wishing to attend remotely please contact the clerk for log in 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
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....