Cyngor Cymuned Llansadwrn Community Counci Community Ward (if applicable)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 3 vacancies have occurred in the office of Councillors for the above mentioned Community/Ward, and the Community Council intends to co-opt. Expressions of interest are being sought from members of the public who meet the following qualifications and are interested in representing their community on the aforementioned Community Council. You must be a British, Commonwealth, Irish or a European Union citizen and be 18 years of age or over; and meet at least one of the following criteria:*
(a) registered as a local government elector for the area named above; or
(b) during the whole of the last 12 months occupied as owner or tenant land or other premises in the community named above; or
(c) your principal or only place of work during the last 12 months has been in the community named above; or
(d) you have during the whole of the last 12 months resided in the Community or with 4.8 kilometres of it.
Certain people are disqualified from standing, and these include paid officers of the community council, anyone subject to bankruptcy restriction orders and those subject to recent sentences of imprisonment. It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure that they are qualified to stand.
Signed Joy Waters Dated 18/05/2022
Clerc y Cyngor / Clerk to the Council
If you wish to be considered for co-option for the vacant seats or want more information regarding the role of a Community Councillor please contact the Proper Officer, Clerk to the Council Community at firstname.lastname@example.org
One Voice Wales – with assistance from Welsh Government – has published a video to promote and encourage individuals to stand for the local community and town council elections in May 2022. The video, is available here in Welsh and English:
Raises awareness of the role and contribution community and town councillors make to society
Shows how community and town councillors are well placed to know the priorities and needs of their local area and how councils can collaborate with local partners to achieve positive change
Explains the importance of diversity in local government
Explains the challenges councillors face and the support available to them e.g., through training programmes provided by One Voice Wales
Outlines the skills, knowledge and experience gained through the role and their wider application in other aspects of life and employment, the exposure to a range of unfamiliar issues and a greater understanding of how local democracy works
Explains that everyone has skills to bring to the role of Councillor from their daily life e.g. organisation, communication, problem solving etc.
As amended by the Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions Act) 1991
Temporary Prohibition of Through Traffic
Carmarthenshire County Council hereby gives notice that from 4th day of February, 2021, no person shall cause any vehicle to proceed along that length of road known as the U4223, Llansadwrn, Llanwrda from a point 355 metres east of its junction with the C2161, for a total distance of ¾ mile in an easterly direction.
The closure is necessary for Carmarthenshire County Council to carry out urgent flood damage repair works.
The alternative route for east bound traffic will be to proceed in a westerly direction along the U4223, passing Fountain House and The Old Vicarage to its junction with the C2161. At the junction, turn right and continue in a northerly to north-easterly direction along the C2161, passing Brynhyfryd, Capel Seion, Y Wern and Llys Newydd to its junction with the A482. At the junction, turn right and continue in south-easterly direction along the A482, passing Felin Bishop, Cawrdaf’s Church and Plas Newydd to its junction with the U4219. At the junction, turn right and continue in a south-easterly direction along the U4219, passing Coed Y Brenin and Oakfield to its junction with the U4223. At the junction, turn right and continue in a westerly direction along the U4223, passing Dolgaer to return to a point east of the closure. Vice Versa for west bound traffic.
This Notice shall continue in force for a period not exceeding twenty one days after which time its provision may be extended by a Temporary Order under Section 14(1) of the same Act.
The Remembrance period is vitally important to us all, in order that we can honour the service and sacrifice of the Armed Forces community.
The Welsh Government fully appreciates that Local Authorities, town and community councils, along with charities and the Military, will be planning Remembrance activity for November 2020 and we want to ensure organisers have as much information available to them in order to plan Remembrance activity safely.
Given the current situation with Covid 19, it is clear that Remembrance this year will look somewhat different to previous years and will have to take account of the current situation, reflecting the regulations in place at the time to limit the spread of the virus. The Welsh Government will be marking the occasion, albeit in amended format, with participation at the opening of the Wales Field of Remembrance and Festival of Remembrance (online) led by the Royal British Legion, and the National Service of Remembrance which will take place in a limited capacity and subject to guidance at the time.
In order that organisers can adhere to guidelines and safely plan Acts of Remembrance, we are sharing the current national and local guidancefor Wales regarding Covid 19. As this is a fast moving situation, we will circulate updates as they happen and would urge organisers to regularly check and monitor announcements regarding permitted activity relevant to the area. It is not possible to predict where we will be in November as you will appreciate but we hope the following guidance will help plan activity.
Rules for outdoor gatherings and places of worship, are included in the FAQs and we hope these will help the planning of Acts of Remembrance e.g. At War memorials.