CELEBRATE SUCCESS 

The Council would like to congratulate three local businesses/organisations that have recently achieved National  awards and recognition.

ZION MINERS CHAPEL: They have won a National Award from Congregational Federation for their work within the community, specifically for their work with Dementia Friendly, Living Alone Group and their Intergenerational Craft Group.

CHURCH STREET FISH BAR: This is one of only 7 takeway shops within Wales to be included in the top 50 list of takeaways within the UK as awarded by Fryer the industry standard magazine. They have also achieved the Fish and Chips quality standard, and is the only Fish and Chip shop in Blaeanu Gwent to be given that accolade.

STUDIO K HAIR SALON: They have won the 2017 Welsh Hair and Beauty Awards, Hair Salon of the Year. 

 

Vacancies for Councillors

The Council currently has 11 vacancies for community councillors. It wishes to fill these vacancies by co-opting people to become councillors.

The Council invites interested and eligible people to submit their applications for the role of Councillor by way of a letter. The closing date is 21 June 2017.

Please click on this link for details of the application process, what your letter must contain and other information.

Co-optee advert 

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Notice of Elections 

All elections to the Community Council were uncontested. There are 8 Councillors  with 11 vacancies

Aberbeeg - Abertillery -Cwmtillery - Llanhilleth -Six Bells

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Citizens Advice 

The new Citizens Advice Caerphilly Blaenau Gwent website can be found at www.citizensadvicecbg.org.uk.

The website has all our office and outreach addresses and opening hours, descriptions of all the services that we offer and links to volunteering opportunities and a wide range of invaluable on-line information.

It also offers email advice to residents of Blaenau Gwent.

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Abertillery & District Museum Socity

Here is a link to the June 2017 newsletter for the museum.  Newsletter

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Area Road Works - Please click on the link below to see planned road works for Blaenau Gwent Area

Road Works Report - 16/6/17 to 23/6/17

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Agendas and Minutes of Meetings

These documents are now all located in the same place. 

Please click "Council Information" at the top of this page and follow the link for Meetings - Agendas & Minutes.

If you are unable to find an agenda or minutes, please contact us for assistance.  



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 The Clerk is contactable by email - council.aberlan.lesley024@googlemail.com - or telephone (01495 217323) Monday to Friday from 9am until 1pm

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 ABERTILLERY AND LLANHILLETH COMMUNITY COUNCIL is the grass roots representation at Local Government level for the people from Swffryd in the south to Bournville in the north. We facilitate events reflecting achievements within our community - such as Voluntary Sector Achievement Awards and Sports Personality Awards for Schools, we are also involved in Aberfest.  We have representation on all School Governing Bodies, we are a direct link between our residents and the Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council as well as the Welsh Assembly Government.ur address is :-

The Community Council of Abertillery and Llanhilleth,
Council Offices,
Mitre Street,
Abertillery. NP13 1AE.

The council is registered with the Information Commissioners Office, Registration Ref: ZA228345 

 

Office Hours are from 9.00am until 1.00pm - Telephone : 01495 217323

Email : council.aberlan.lesley024@googlemail.com

           

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Abertillery was officially twinned with Royat, a Town in the Auvergne region of France, on the 1st March, 2010.The Twinning Partnership Document was signed at a ceremony held in The Metropole Cultural and Conference Centre by Councillor Allan Thomas, Chairman of Abertillery & Llanhilleth Community Council 2009-10, and Marcel Aledol, Mayor of Royat.
(see
'Twinned').

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