GLADESTRY COMMUNITY COUNCIL
The Gladestry Community Council is your elected or co-opted body which works on behalf of the local communities of Gladestry, Colva, Newchurch and Michaelchurch, equivalent to the electoral register for the Gladestry Polling District of the Brecon and Radnorshire Parliamentary Constituency.The Council may have a maximum of 7 Councillors.
The current Councillors’ details may be found listed by clicking “Community Council” on the headline. On behalf of the Community, the Council can: forward, and make, comments on planning applications in the area; provide financial support through grants to local organisations; and has a representative on the Governing Council of Gladestry School. The Council can also make representation to Powys County council in respect of the local environment, such as pot holes in the roads, ditches and drains, lighting, overflowing refuse bins and uncleared dog mess.
The Council holds bi-monthly meeting in the village hall, and residents are welcome to attend to observe proceeding. There is also an Annual General Meeting held in May. The agenda for meetings and the minutes from meetings are posted on the Gladestry website www.gladestry.org.uk under “Community Council”. Other items of local interest relating to village life, the school, village hall activities etc. are also posted on the website.
The website administrator, Bob Terry, has an email group that he contacts whenever a new entry is placed. If you would like to receive these messages, please let Bob know on <email@example.com>.
If you have any issues of concern, or would like more information or advice on local matters, please get in touch with your local Councillor, or with the Clerk to the Council firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone 0154370700.
Kenneth Waugh March 2019
Next Meeting 15th July at 7:30pm
The Community Council, which includes representatives of Gladestry, Colva, Newchurch and Michaelchurch-on-Arrow, meets regularly to discuss items of community interest.
The Council receives notification of all Planning Applications within its area and can, if it so wishes, submit formal comments. It also provides a forum for discussion of other matters that affect the community as a whole.
Meetings are generally held bi-monthly, on the third Monday of the month, at 7.30 pm, in Gladestry Village Hall and are open to the public.
Clerk to Community Council:
The Old School House
Kington Hereford HR5 3NR