Llangynidr Community Council organises a litter pickCommunity councils are the modern equivalent of Parish Councils which used to exist in Wales and still do in England. They are statutory bodies with powers granted by the National Assembly, as an elected tier of local government.

Llangynidr Community Council's role is to represent the interests of community and influence other bodies to do so. For example, the council is consulted by the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority for all planning applications in the village, the council liaises with Powys County Council to ensure the community gets the services it requires and community councillors represent the community on the school's governing body and the Village Hall committee.

The Council also looks after it's various properties including the public conveniences, the car park, the riverpath and the ancient monument Persondy Field, for the benefit of all.

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Members of the community in Llangynidr take part in a litter pickHow to become a councillor

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Our village community litter picks

Llangynidr Community Council, together with Keep Wales Tidy, arranges litter picking sessions to help keep our beautiful village tidy. Anyone can join in but children must be accompanied by an adult. They take about an hour and a quarter and are usually held, 4 or 5 times a year, on Saturday mornings. Get in touch for more details.