NOVEMBER 2017: The Community Council will begin considering its budget for 2018-19 in December with the final figures agreed in January. If you have a project that needs our support or if you have a suggestion for something the Council could do in 2018-19 please get in touch by the end of December.
OCTOBER 2017: Community Council input into Local Development Plan. This plan will shape our area into the future. Please look and make your own comments if you can -
AUGUST 2017: Clerk delighted to judge the fancy dress entrants at the Carnival. A very successful day was had by all with may events on the school field.
JULY 2017: Thanks to all those who helped at the recent War Memorial Cleaning Morning and to the New Radnor Carnival Committee for providing an excellent lunch.
APRIL 2017: Following the close of nominations the following persons stand nominated for the Community Council -
The above will all be elected unopposed and the Community Council will need to co-opt one further person to fill the remaining place. Please contact the Clerk at email@example.com or 01547 528575 if you are interested. Or you can speak to any Councillor.
County Council: Cllr. Michael Jones was unopposed and so will be re-elected.
JANUARY 2017: Council budget set for 2017-18 at £7033, costing £30.86 per Band D property. New items included £250 towards a village Christmas tree and lights/decorations, £95 for an additional dog bag dispenser, £100 towards pre school/play provision in the village and £350 towards the training of Councillors. £100 was allocated to miscellaneous donations during the year. An amount of £760 was provided to add to the election reserve as main Council elections would take place in May. Two changes were made to the ongoing items - the amount for the Royal British Legion was increased from £20 to £25 (in future a wreath would be obtained to place on the War Memorial) and the amount of donation to the East Radnorshire Day Centre was increased by £50 to £250.
NOVEMBER 2016: DEFIBRILLATOR TRAINING SESSION. First training session held in the Community Centre with 35 attendees. Training was led by Ken and Jo Williams from High Street. A massive thanks to them for taking the time to be there.
MAY 2016: NEW CHAIRMAN AND VICE CHAIRMAN FOR COMMUNITY COUNCIL. At the Annual Meeting held on 12th May Cllr. Richard Harris was appointed Chairman with Cllr. Jenny Hodge Vice-Chairman.