ABERDOVEY IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS TO VISITORS & HOLIDAYMAKERS  –  FAQs

Welcome to Aberdyfi Community Council

Community and Town Councils form the most local level of government in Wales, covering approximately 94% of the land area and 70% of the population of Wales. These Councils have a powerful voice – a tool to best represent the needs and aspirations of local people.

Community and Town Councils are an elected tier of local government. They have the legal power to take action and can play a vital part in representing the interests of their communities and influencing other important decision makers.

Engaging with your council is the best way to find out what makes it tick. By law, members of the public are allowed to be present during most Council business meetings. Find out the next Council meeting in the Council Business section or for further information contact your Community Council.

All Councillors are expected to uphold the highest standards of behaviour. The public needs to feel confident that they are living up to the high standards expected from them.

Councillors are bound by a statutory Code of Conduct which outlines what is expected of them in terms of behaviour and conduct and applies to Councillors whenever they are acting or appear to be acting as a Councillor – in short pretty much all of the time.

Councillors are expected to formally agree to the Code when signing their acceptance of office following election. A copy of the Code of Conduct is available in the Aberdyfi Council Office.

Spotlight…

Road closure 10th – 13th October

Network Rail will be carrying out major works on the line just outside Aberdyfi on the Machynlleth side between 4th and 22nd October. There will be traffic lights in place during this time and the whole road will be closed between 10th and 13th October with diversions...

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Rail closure

The main rail line will be closed between Machynlleth and Pwllheli between 12th September and 12th December to allow refurbishment work to take place on Barmouth Bridge. Buses will replace trains during this time and people will not be able to walk or cycle across the...

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Dog control consultation

Dog waste is a big problem in Aberdyfi and the surrounding area and Gwynedd Council are currently consulting on the problems of dog control and dog waste, so please take a few minutes to share your views. The Consultation will end on 21st June. Click here to Go to Dog...

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EV Charging survey

Gwynedd Council are currently conducting a survey on EV charging the county, so please add your views! Gwynedd Council charging points survey - have your say Spotlight...

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Vacancies

AA&I SECRETARY / TREASURER VACANCY…

.The Aberdyfi Advertising & Improvements Committee has a vacancy for a new Secretary / Treasurer. AA&I's objectives are to support the advertising and promotion of the village and its environs. To carry out or assist improvements to the village (in the widest use of the...

Spotlight…

Road closure 10th – 13th October

Network Rail will be carrying out major works on the line just outside Aberdyfi on the Machynlleth side between 4th and 22nd October. There will be traffic lights in place during this time and the whole road will be closed between 10th and 13th October with diversions...

read more

ABERDOVEY IS OPEN TO VISITORS & HOLIDAYMAKERS  –  FAQs

Welcome to Aberdyfi Community Council

Community and Town Councils form the most local level of government in Wales, covering approximately 94% of the land area and 70% of the population of Wales. These Councils have a powerful voice – a tool to best represent the needs and aspirations of local people.

 

Community and Town Councils are an elected tier of local government. They have the legal power to take action and can play a vital part in representing the interests of their communities and influencing other important decision makers.

Engaging with your council is the best way to find out what makes it tick. By law, members of the public are allowed to be present during most Council business meetings. Find out the next Council meeting in the Council Business section or for further information contact your Community Council.

All Councillors are expected to uphold the highest standards of behaviour. The public needs to feel confident that they are living up to the high standards expected from them.

Councillors are bound by a statutory Code of Conduct which outlines what is expected of them in terms of behaviour and conduct and applies to Councillors whenever they are acting or appear to be acting as a Councillor – in short pretty much all of the time.

Councillors are expected to formally agree to the Code when signing their acceptance of office following election. A copy of the Code of Conduct is available in the Aberdyfi Council Office.

Vacancies

AA&I SECRETARY / TREASURER VACANCY…

.The Aberdyfi Advertising & Improvements Committee has a vacancy for a new Secretary / Treasurer. AA&I's objectives are to support the advertising and promotion of the village and its environs. To carry out or assist improvements to the village (in the widest use of the...

Spotlight…

Road closure 10th – 13th October

Network Rail will be carrying out major works on the line just outside Aberdyfi on the Machynlleth side between 4th and 22nd October. There will be traffic lights in place during this time and the whole road will be closed between 10th and 13th October with diversions...

read more

ABERDOVEY IS NOW OPEN TO VISITORS  –  FAQs

Welcome to Aberdyfi Community Council

Community and Town Councils form the most local level of government in Wales, covering approximately 94% of the land area and 70% of the population of Wales. These Councils have a powerful voice – a tool to best represent the needs and aspirations of local people.

Community and Town Councils are an elected tier of local government. They have the legal power to take action and can play a vital part in representing the interests of their communities and influencing other important decision makers.

Engaging with your council is the best way to find out what makes it tick. By law, members of the public are allowed to be present during most Council business meetings. Find out the next Council meeting in the Council Business section or for further information contact your Community Council.

All Councillors are expected to uphold the highest standards of behaviour. The public needs to feel confident that they are living up to the high standards expected from them.

Councillors are bound by a statutory Code of Conduct which outlines what is expected of them in terms of behaviour and conduct and applies to Councillors whenever they are acting or appear to be acting as a Councillor – in short pretty much all of the time.

Councillors are expected to formally agree to the Code when signing their acceptance of office following election. A copy of the Code of Conduct is available in the Aberdyfi Council Office.

Vacancies

AA&I SECRETARY / TREASURER VACANCY…

.The Aberdyfi Advertising & Improvements Committee has a vacancy for a new Secretary / Treasurer. AA&I's objectives are to support the advertising and promotion of the village and its environs. To carry out or assist improvements to the village (in the widest use of the...
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