Penmaenmawr Town Council News
12 February 2020
The Town Council Consultation on Public Services has now closed and over 300 respondents have submitted their views. The Council would like to thank everyone who engaged with the Survey, the results of which will be published shortly.
The Town Council announced that it was funding the erection of a standalone handrail from the pavement onto the concrete area outside the shops in Dwygyfylchi, to assist with access and egress.
Penmaenmawr Town Council Consultation on Public Services
The Penmaenmawr Town Council would like to thank everyone who completed the recent Consultation on Public Services.
The results of the survey are currently being analysed.
The importance of the issues covered in the consultation were highlighted in the Daily Post’s North Wales Live outlet on 28 January.
28 January 2020
The Town Council’s 2019 Christmas Window Display Competition (previously organised by PENTA) was judged by our local PCSO. In a competition that involved most of the local retail premises Alice Crafts, of Pant yr Afon, was presented with first prize by the Mayor. Each participate shop was also awarded a gift for participating.
Penmaenmawr Town Council welcomed Councillor Chris Williams to his first Council meeting on the 14th January following his election to represent Capelulo Ward in December.
New ‘Welcome to Penmaenmawr’ flags have been purchased, the design of which is based on the school competition winner. The flags will be hoisted for the first time in the spring.
The Bus Pass Renewal Scheme jointly organised by the Town Council and the Penmaenmawr Library proved a very popular, with over 200 residents being assisted to update their bus passes. The Council wish to thank the volunteers and the Library staff for making the project a success.
News: 4 January 2020
Councillors distributed mulled wine and minced pies as part of the festivities at this year’s very successful Festive Fayre.
The now annual Penmaenmawr Sailing Club Bonfire and Fireworks Display, which was described as spectacular, was supported by the Town Council with a grant of £2000.
The Christmas Retail Window Display will run again this year and will be judged on the 21st December by our local PCSO, N. Adams. There will be prizes for every participant. (Every participant received a bottle of wine, Crimpers in Dwygy was 2nd)
The Children’s Wish Tree was decorated outside the Penmaenmawr Library by pupils from Ysgol Pencae and wishes from Ysgol Capelulo. The Children in attendance were treated to sweet and refreshments while being entertained by Kim the Entertainer.
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