News & Events

Coffee Morning June 2024

Published: 4 Jun 24

The Council will be holding a coffee morning in the War Memorial Hall on Friday 21 June 2024. Please click on the heading for details. Read More...

Councillor Vacancy

Published: 26 May 24

Please click on the heading for details of a current councillor vacancy. Read More...

Active Travel Barry to Dinas Powys

Published: 18 May 24

Please click on the heading for details of a consultation on active travel between Barry and Dinas Powys. Read More...

Coffee Morning May 2024

Published: 12 May 24

The Community Council will be holding a coffee morning on Friday 24 May 2024 from 10.00am until 12 Noon. Please click on the heading for further details. Read More...

D-Day Commemoration - 6 June 2024

Published: 12 May 24

The Council has organised a commemoration of D-Day 80 on 6 June 2024. Please click on the heading for further details. Read More...

Village Fete - 8 June 2024

Published: 12 May 24

The Community Council will be holding the ever popular village fete on Saturday 8 June commencing at 1.00pm in King George V Memorial Playing Fields. We look forward to seeing you there. Read More...

Vacancy for Community Councillor

Published: 29 Apr 24

Please click on the heading for details of a vacancy for community councillor. Read More...

Llais - March Bulletin

Published: 10 Apr 24

Please click on the heading to access the latest bulletin. Read More...

Payments made to Councillors in 2023/24

Published: 7 Apr 24

Please click on the heading for details of payments made in 2023/24. Read More...

URDD Fund for All

Published: 24 Mar 24

The Fund gives all children in Wales an opportunity to enjoy a summer holiday whatever their background or circumstances. Please click on the heading for further details. Read More...

Coffee Morning March 2024

Published: 25 Feb 24

A coffee morning will be held in the Hall on Friday 8 March 2024 from 10.00am until 12 Noon. All welcome - free refreshments and interesting presenters. Click on the heading for more details. Read More...

Litter Pick - 16 March 2024

Published: 25 Feb 24

Please click on the heading for further details of the forthcoming litter pick. Read More...

Coffee Morning February 2024

Published: 21 Jan 24

The second in a series of coffee mornings will be held on 9 February 2024 from 10.00am until 12 Noon in the Llandough War Memorial Hall. Please click on the heading for further details. Read More...

Free Defibrillator Training Session

Published: 1 Jan 24

Please click on the heading for details of a free defibrillator training session to be held in the Llandough War Memorial Hall on 1st February 2024 from 4.00pm to 5.30pm. Read More...

Coffee Morning

Published: 26 Dec 23

To be held on Friday 12 January 2024 from 10.00am until 12 Noon in the Llandough War Memorial Hall. Please click on the heading for further details. Read More...

Well-Being Hub For Eastern Vale - Drop In Session

Published: 15 Nov 23

A second session will be held on Monday 11th December between 3pm and 7pm at Murchfield Community Centre, Sunnycroft Lane, Dinas Powys, CF64 4QQ. Click on the heading for further details. Read More...

Christmas Coffee Morning and Carol Service

Published: 11 Nov 23

The Community Council will be holding a Christmas Coffee Morning and Carol Service in the Llandough War Memorial Hall on Saturday 9 December from 10.00am until 12 Noon. All residents are welcome. Click on the heading to read more. Read More...

Christmas Fayre

Published: 11 Nov 23

The Community Council will be holding a Christmas Fayre on Saturday 16 December from 10.00am until 12 Noon. All welcome. Please click on the heading for more information. Read More...

Resident Parking Permits Survey

Published: 28 Sep 23

Please click on the heading to read about the position of the Vale of Glamorgan Council in relation to the response to the resident parking permits survey. Read More...

Llais Cardiff and Vale

Published: 16 Sep 23

Please click on the heading for the latest newsletter that is from the organisation that has succeeded the former Community Health Council. Read More...

Looking for Community Youth Representatives

Published: 10 Sep 23

Your Community Council would like to hear from young people in the age group 15-26 years who would like to be considered for appointment of youth representatives. Please click on the heading for further information. Read More...

Autumn Clean-Up

Published: 10 Sep 23

A community litter pick was held on Saturday 9 September 2023. Please click on the heading for details. Read More...

Wellbeing Hub at Penarth - Public Meeting

Published: 3 Jun 23

Click on the heading for the poster inviting people to attend a public meeting in the Penarth Leisure Centre on 26 June from 6.00pm to 7.00pm Read More...

Community Transport Service

Published: 30 Apr 23

Please click on the heading for details of the resumption of the community transport service. We need to know who wants to be a passenger on the weekly service to the local supermarkets Read More...

Village Fete 2023

Published: 29 Apr 23

The fete will be held on Saturday 10 June this year commencing at 1.00pm. Click on the heading for the poster which describes what will be available on this very popular day in the village calendar. Let's hope it will be a sunny day with lots of people enjoying themselves. Read More...

Coronation Weekend 6-8 May 2023

Published: 25 Apr 23

Please click on the heading for details of our community celebrations on this memorable weekend Read More...

Payments to Councillors 2022/23

Published: 22 Apr 23

Please click on the heading for details of payments made to Councillors in 2022/23. Read More...

Horatio's Garden Charity Open Day July 2023

Published: 15 Apr 23

Please click on the heading for further details. Read More...

Llandough Civic Service

Published: 11 Apr 23

The Chairman Elect Councillor Dr Mo Misra invites all members of the community to attend a Civic Service to be held at St Dochdwy’s Church, Llandough on Sunday 21 May 2023 at 3.00pm and afterwards with refreshments at the Llandough War Memorial Hall. Read More...

Successful Litter Pick

Published: 26 Mar 23

Raya & Pauline Greenway; Shanta & Jeshika Rupalia, Amruta, Ovia & Nia Garud; Poppy & Gerald Noman plus Clive Carreyett, picked up a good few bags of litter and other debris around the village on Saturday 25 March 2023. They joined Councillors George Carroll, Dr Mo Misra and Peter King who place on record their thanks and appreciation for helping keep Llandough a lot cleaner for the benefit of the community. Click on the heading for a photograph. Read More...

Roy Castle Lang Cancer Foundation

Published: 18 Mar 23

Please click on the heading to access details of the contact for support available under this scheme. Read More...

Cyfle Cymru

Published: 15 Feb 23

Cyfle Cymru an out of work service fully funded by the Welsh government. We work with any one from the age of 16 and above who has or is struggling with mental health problems or substance use. In regard to eventually getting back into work through volunteering, community activities and Learning. We work on a 1:1 ratio and build the service around the person we are working with. Please click on the heading for further information. Read More...

Horatio's Garden - Need for help and support

Published: 1 Feb 23

Please click on the heading to find out about how you can help and support Horatio's Garden which is located in the grounds of Llandough Hospital Read More...

Review of Community Council Boundaries

Published: 15 Jan 23

Please click on the heading for details of the review and how you can comment at this initial stage. Read More...

Keep Wales Safe this Winter

Published: 13 Jan 23

1) The number of people with Flu is on the rise this winter, but we can all play our part to help stop the spread and keep each other safe. We can: • Wear masks • Wash our hands • Stay away from others when ill • Meet outside when possible 1) Mae nifer y bobl sydd â ffliw ar gynnydd y gaeaf hwn, ond gallwn ni i gyd chwarae ein rhan i helpu i atal y ffliw rhag lledaenu a diogelu ein gilydd. Beth am: • Wisgo masg • Golchi ein dwylo • Cadw draw os ydych chi'n sâl • Cwrdd tu allan, os yw'n bosibl 2) There are lots of little things we can all do to play our part in keeping ourselves and each other safe this winter. We can all help stop the spread of viruses like Flu and Covid by wearing masks, washing hands, staying away from others when ill and meeting outside if you can. 2) Mae llawer o bethau bach y gallwn ni i gyd eu gwneud i chwarae ein rhan a diogelu ein gilydd y gaeaf hwn. Gallwn ni i gyd helpu i atal feirysau fel Ffliw a Covid rhag lledaenu trwy wisgo masg, golchi ein dwylo, cadw draw os ydych chi'n sâl a chwrdd tu allan, os yw'n bosibl. Read More...

Community Health Council - November Briefing

Published: 12 Nov 22

Please click on the heading to access the latest briefing. Read More...

Welsh Government Fuel Support Scheme

Published: 4 Nov 22

The Welsh Government has put together a toolkit of resources to support the communication of the ‘Welsh Government Fuel Support Scheme’ to people eligible for support. Details of the scheme can be obtained from the following web-link: https://wales.assetbank-server.com/assetbank-wales/images/assetbox/8b2d05c1-609c-490f-a454-67fdfa8014e8/assetbox.html About the fund: http://gov.wales/fuelsupport Read More...

Community Health Council October Newsletter

Published: 13 Oct 22

Please click on the heading to read the latest newsletter. Read More...

Services available from the Dogs Trust

Published: 13 Oct 22

Please click on the heading for details of the services offered by the Trust. Read More...

Care and Repair Service

Published: 29 Sep 22

Please click on the heading to find out more about the care and repair service that is available to eligible residents in our community. Read More...

Lewis Road Allotments and Community Area Proposals

Published: 7 Aug 22

Please click on the heading to view the proposed site design. You can adjust the size of the design plan to make it easier to read. Read More...

Marie Curie - Looking for Volunteers

Published: 7 Aug 22

Marie Curie Dementia friendly communities are currently recruiting volunteers to help spread Dementia awareness. We would appreciate your support in sharing information about current volunteering roles at Marie Curie across your contacts and networks in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. Please refer to details of the volunteering roles below, including the new volunteering role with the Dementia Friendly Community project: https://eofb.fa.em3.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1004/requisitions/preview/2992/?keyword=Marie+Curie+Dementia+Friendly+Communities+Volunteer You will also find details of other volunteering roles at Marie Curie which are currently being recruited to, via the above link. Kind regards, Helen Harris Dementia Friendly Communities Coordinator (Cardiff and Vale) Caring Services Division Marie Curie M: 07753 268539 Working days: 09:00 – 17:00 Mon - Fri Read More...

Community Health Council - Third Sector Briefing

Published: 24 May 22

Please click on the heading to read the latest newsletter May 2022 Read More...

Climate Change Newsletter

Published: 13 May 22

Please click on the heading to read the latest newsletter published by the Welsh Government. Read More...

Older Persons Strategy - Update from Welsh Government

Published: 30 Apr 22

Please click on the heading to read an update on the Welsh Government's Strategy. Read More...

Councillor Payments 2021/22

Published: 18 Apr 22

Please click on the link for details of Councillor payments made in 2021/22. Read More...

Valeways Spring Newsletter

Published: 15 Apr 22

Click on the Heading to read the newsletter. Read More...

Successful Litter Pick

Published: 17 Mar 22

On Saturday 5 March a team of councillors, local volunteers including children took part in a litter pick with the objective of cleaning up our community. They worked really hard and their efforts are to be commended. Please click on the heading for the photograph. Read More...

Welsh Government Apprenticeship Scheme

Published: 15 Feb 22

Please click on the heading for details of the scheme. Read More...

Research Project Hiraeth Cymru

Published: 13 Feb 22

Live in a care home in Wales? Welsh speaking? Swansea University are looking for older Welsh speakers to be interviewed virtually, to learn how Welsh matters to them day to day For more information, click on the heading Read More...

Welsh Government Apprenticeship Scheme

Published: 3 Feb 22

Please click on the heading for details of the scheme Read More...

Mental Health Well-Being during Pandemic

Published: 27 Jan 22

Click on the heading for Welsh Guidance Guidance relating to mental health well-being during the pandemic Read More...

Results of Survey relating to the needs of older persons in the community

Published: 22 Jan 22

LLANDOUGH COMMUNITY COUNCIL Residents will recall that in July 2021 we undertook a survey of the views of residents in relation to matters brought to our attention by those who took the opportunity to tell us what they considered to be the most important matters concerning services available to older people within the community. We received over 150 responses and we have been analysing the results and putting together proposals for addressing the key concerns expressed to us. We plan to organise a public meeting in the village hall when COVID restrictions enable us to do so but for now we are going to organise an online meeting to present the findings of the survey, our proposed course of action to address concerns and to seek the views of residents. If you would like to attend the online meeting please e-mail Paul Egan, Clerk to the Council (clerk@llandough-cc.co.uk) to request attendance and he will issue you with an electronic link for you to join the meeting. The online meeting will be held on Friday 4 February 2022 at 4.30pm and the presentation will be undertaken by Councillor Dr Mo Misra. We sincerely hope that we have a good attendance and look forward to welcoming you to the meeting. Read More...

Community Health Council Newsletter

Published: 15 Dec 21

Please click on the heading to read the December Newsletter Read More...

Dental Services during the Pandemic

Published: 24 Nov 21

Please click on the heading for the latest update Read More...

Only Leave Paw Prints - Dog Fouling Campaign

Published: 23 Nov 21

Please click on the heading for details of the Keep Wales Tidy Dog Fouling Campaign Read More...

South Glamorgan CHC Newsletter

Published: 26 Oct 21

Here is the newsletter dated 25 October 2021. Please click on the heading to read the newsletter. Read More...

Flooding in our community

Published: 26 Oct 21

The Vale of Glamorgan Council has published information relating to action to be taken in relation to flooding issues in the community. This can be obtained from the web-link : https://www.valeofglamorgan.gov.uk /en/living/Flooding/Flooding.aspx Read More...

Helping people get back into work

Published: 20 Sep 21

Please click on the link to access details of a new scheme of support into employment available from the Vale of Glamorgan Council Read More...

Your Views Invited on Well-Being in the Vale

Published: 16 Jul 21

Please click on the heading to see how you can take part in the survey of residents on this important matter. Read More...

NHS, Social Care and Front Line Worker's Day 5 July 20

Published: 6 Jul 21

In recognition of this special day, Councillors assembled outside the Llandough War Memorial Hall for a 2 minute silence at 11.00am with the rainbow flag flying from the top of the hall. Please click on heading to view the photograph Read More...

RNID Volunteer/Befrienders

Published: 2 Jul 21

Please click on the heading to find out about volunteering opportunities available with the RNID Read More...

Older Persons Commissioner Newsletter

Published: 23 Jun 21

Please click on the heading to read the latest Commissioner's newsletter. Read More...

Payments to Councillors in 2020/21

Published: 6 Apr 21

Attached is a schedule of payments made to Councillors in the 2020/21 Financial Year Read More...

23 March 2021 Day of Reflection

Published: 29 Mar 21

On 23 March 2021, the community of Llandough reflected on all those people who had lost their lives due to the COVID 19 pandemic since 23 March 2020. The two Church buildings and the Llandough War Memorial Hall were lit in yellow as a mark of our reflection. Read More...

Climate Change

Published: 28 Mar 21

Attached is the first Climate Change from the Welsh Government : English version Cymraeg Read More...

Democratic Renewal Toolkit

Published: 28 Mar 21

To encourage more people to get involved in democracy in Wales, Welsh Government has launched an integrated communications campaign. The campaign is targeting young people aged 16-17 and foreign nationals living in Wales, who will be able to vote in the Senedd elections for the first time this year, as well as those from lower income backgrounds and a wider audience of people across Wales who may not know how they can take positive action to make a difference to the things they care about. Read More...

Elections Newletter

Published: 7 Mar 21

Please click on the heading for details of how to become involved in local democracy Read More...

Council's Biodiversity Plan 2021

Published: 31 Jan 21

Please click on the heading to view the Council's biodiversity plan for 2021 as required under Section 6 of the Environment (Wales) Act 2016 Read More...

Wales Biodiversity Conference 2020

Published: 5 Jan 21

These web-links provide access to Conference sessions which are extremely informative in relation to biodiversity priorities in Wales. https://www.biodiversitywales.org.uk/Wales-Biodiversity-Partnership-Conference-2020 This web-link relates to management of highway verges: https://www.plantlife.org.uk/uk/our-work/publications/road-verge-management-guide Read More...

Action against Fly-Tipping

Published: 1 Nov 20

The attached letter from Natural Resources Wales gives details of how we can all take action to address the ever-increasing problem of fly-tipping in our community. Please click on the title of this item to access the letter Read More...

Stay Steady Virtual Clinic

Published: 26 Aug 20

Please click on the heading of this news item to read about the availability of the NHS virtual clinic which offers consultations with a falls physiotherapist which can be done over the phone or a secure video link. Read More...

Consultation on Future Post COVID Recovery and Reconstruction of Wales

Published: 7 Jul 20

Click on the heading of this news story for details of a public consultation from the Welsh Government in relation to the post COVID recovery and reconstruction of Wales Read More...

Proposed Response to Local Government Democracy and Boundary Commission

Published: 3 Jul 20

Please click on the title of this news story to access the Council's proposed response to the Commission on the electoral ward boundary changes for the Vale of Glamorgan CBC Read More...

Councillor Payments and Expenses

Published: 17 Apr 20

Please click on the news heading for details of Councillor's Payments and Expenses for 2019/20 Read More...

Community Transport Service

Published: 18 Feb 20

The Community Council wishes to draw the attention of residents to the weekly transport service that is available to all residents of Llandough who wish to visit the local supermarkets on Thursday morning each week. Click on the title of this news item to obtain more information. Read More...

Making Llandough a Dementia Friendly Community

Published: 30 Dec 19

The Council is developing a plan designed to make Llandough a dementia friendly community. Readers who wish to know more about this disease can access information from the Alzheimer's Society website : https://www.alzheimers.org.uk Read More...

Bio-Diversity Annual Report

Published: 29 Dec 19

This annual report has been prepared under the Section 6 duty of the Environment (Wales) Act 2016 Read More...

Older Person's Commissioner Anti Ageism Pack

Published: 27 Oct 19

The attached pack provides details of how people and organisations can support the campaign. Read more... Read More...

Wildflower Seed Preparation

Wildflower Seed Preparation

Published: 12 Oct 19

Volunteers were hard at work on Saturday 12 October making preparation for next year's flower displays. We hope that next year's display will be as good as this year. It was a great joy and delight to see beautiful wildflowers growing in our community Read More...

New Park and Ride Service to Hospital

Published: 4 Aug 19

A new park and ride service has been introduced by Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust as a means of tackling the problem of staff and visitor parking on residential roads in the village. Read More...

Fruits of Our Labour

Published: 28 May 19

Here is a photograph taken of the beautiful wildflowers on display at the village green. Councillors and volunteers planted seeds at various locations last Autumn as part of the bio-diversity programme. Read More...

Fruits of our Labour

Published: 2 May 19

Here are some photographs of the product of the efforts of school pupils, volunteers and Councillors who planted wildflower seeds and bulbs last Autumn. Read More...

Children at Work

Published: 10 Nov 18

On 9 November, 2018 children from the primary school worked with Councillor Dr Mo Misra and teachers to plant bulbs at sites in the village as part of the local bio diversity scheme. Let's hope that this coming Spring will show the fruits of their labour as we try to bring back an array of colour into our community. Read More...

Wildflower Seed Planting

Published: 31 Oct 18

A small group of Councillors, volunteers and the Clerk recently planted wildflower seeds on the village garden, village garden, playing fields and Brook Green. Let's hope that we will have a fine array of colour in our community next year. Fingers crossed. Read More...

Strong Communities Grant Fund

Published: 21 Jun 18

The Strong Communities Grant Fund was launched in August 2017 and offers grants to community groups Read More...

Vale of Glamorgan Well-Being Plan

Published: 21 Jun 18

The Plan sets out how we will work together to make life better for everyone in the Vale Read More...

A Major Award

A Major Award

Published: 17 Apr 18

he Council recently applied for an innovative Read More...

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