The next event at Gosen will be a concert of Violin, Piano and Organ at 4.00pm on Saturday 17th August (Poster attached). We are fortunate to get the services of two eminent musicians making their first appearance at the restored chapel. The concert will be around 40 minutes duration – taking into account the less than commodious pews…. and there will be tea and time for a chat in the vestry afterwards
Visiting Blaenau Tywi from Parramata, New South Wales, Australia is Jan Roe and her cousin Vicki. Jan’s grandparents were buried in Seion Chapel, Rhandirmwyn.
Jan also visited Troedrhiwfer, Tynyddol, Whitehall Isaf,
Penybont, Broncwrt Cottage and Maescaerhyg where her ancestors used to live,
most of the time employed as miners in the Nantymwyn Lead Mines. The families were the Lloyd’s of
Maesllwynfuddai and the Thomas family from Penybont.
A special thanks to the Stone family in Troedrhiwfer for the warm welcome.
“The Community Council would like to make residents aware that there have been a few incidents of Cold Callers targeting the Village and surrounding properties in recent weeks. This issue has been raised with our PCSO and specific incidences have been reported. If anyone is or has been affected they can contact Councillor Matthew Paul on 07949472525 who has generously offered to provide free legal advice to those living in the Cilycwm area.”
The CCC have a useful guidance sheet and a sign which can be displayed to deter cold callers. They are pinned to the notice boards in a plastic wallet at the following locations; Cilycwm village, Towy Bridge Pub, Porthyrhyd and Siloh. Please help yourselves. If there are none available then please contact the Clerk to the Council at firstname.lastname@example.org so that more can be ordered.
CYNGOR CYMUNED CILYCWM COMMUNITY COUNCIL AGENDA
Cynhelir Cyfarfod ar Nos Fawrth 25fed o Mehefin 2019 yn Festri, Capel y Groes, Cilycwm am 7.30 y.h.
Cyflwyniadau – Heddlu 1.Ymddiheuriadau a Datganiadau o fudd
Materion yn codi o’r Cofnodion
Un Llais Cymru:
Cynhadledd Arfer Arloesol 10 Gorffennaf Modylau Dysgu Ar-lein Sylf Aenol Cymorth Cynllunio Cymru:
Cyngor Sir Gâr:
Cyngor Cymuned Fforum Cyswllt
Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru:
Cynaeafu coed – Cwm Rhaeadr
Swyddfa Archwilio Cymru
Trefniadau Archwiliad Weminar 2 Gorffennaf
Oes yna goeden yn eich yn eich milltir sgwâr chi sy’n arbennig iawn?
Materion Ariannol /Financial matters
A meeting will take place on Tuesday 25th June 2019 at The Vestry, Capel y Groes, Cilycwm at 7.30 p.m.
Presentations – Policing
Apologies and Declarations of interest
Matters arising from the Minutes
One Voice Wales:
Innovative Practice Conference 10th July Basic Online Learning Modules Planning Aid Wales:
Various Training Courses
Carms County Council:
Community Council Liaison forum Meeting
Natural Resources Wales:
Planned harvesting works – Cwm Rhaeadr
Wales Audit Office:
Internal Audit Webinar 2nd July
Is there is tree in your community you would like to champion?
Materion Cymunedol / Community Matters
Materion Cynllunio / Planning Matters Weekly lists
Pre-Planning Application for Proposed Livestock Building at Rhydwydd Farm
Llwybrau Cyhoeddus & Priffyrdd Public Footpaths & Highway Issues
Penstacan Byway – Consultation on the Definitive Map Modification Order Closed June 19th
IT Service and Backup
Adroddiad Ariannol / Financial report
Audit Inspection Venue
Cais am Arian / Request for financial support :
The Wildlife Trust – Red Squirrel Appeal Cadarnhad Taliadau / Confirmation of payments :
Chq 637 £300 – Clerk Salary
Chq 654 £12 – HOLWTA
Chq 646 £73 – OVW membership renewal Chq 647 £200.92 – Council Insurance Chq 648 £50 – S137 Y Lloffwr
Biliau i’w Talu / Bills for payment
£175 – Internal Audit Fee
£360 – Clerks Net Salary (May, June, July) £90 – HMRC
£122.60 – Clerks Expenses
Derbyniadau / Receipts
RTI Confirmation / Update (PAYE)
A drover in Talog; a smithy in Penybanc; a mason in
Tai’rheol; a miner in Pentrepoeth; a clockmaker in Abercamlais and Tanlife; a
hosier in Blaenwaun; a sadler in Waungroeddir; a shepherd in Crippau Cochion; a
cooper in Tanycoed (Cwm Rhaeadr); a tailor in Aberhosan; a weaver in Rhydymaen;
an Inn in the Lamb; a sawyer in Croesyfedwen; a shoemaker in the village; a
turner in Cwm Rhaeadr; a wheelwright in Ffordd Fawr; a spinner in Llwynhelyg.
Between 1831 and 1840 (over a 10 year period in the baptisms),
the most popular girls names – Mary (37 times); Elizabeth (28 times) and Anne