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Seniors Christmas Meal

Seniors Christmas Meal

Published: 6 Nov 23

Langstone Community Council Seniors Dinner (for residents of the Council area aged 65 years and over). This will take place at the Old Barn Inn at Llanmartin on Saturday, 9th December 2023 at 6:00 p.m. Participants are requested to arrive by 5:30 p.m. The menu appears above. Please apply to the Acting Clerk at clerk@langstonecommunitycouncil.org.uk by the 24th November 2023. The maximum number of participants is 70, and space is now limited, so anybody interested should enquire as quickly as possible. The closing date is Friday, 24th November. Applications will be accepted on a "first come, first served" basis. Please give your name and postcode, (to be eligible for the free meal, you must be resident in the Langston Community Council area) and indicate your choice of Starter and Main Course, and also if you wish to have Christmas pudding (you will be able to choose any other Dessert on the day). Read More...

Co-option of Councillors

Published: 2 Nov 23

LANGSTONE COMMUNITY COUNCIL Langstone Community Council currently has two vacancies for Councillors which will be filled through the process of co-option. Co-opted Councillors have the same rights and responsibilities as those Councillors who obtain office through election. Councillors are expected to attend the monthly meetings of the Council and also to serve on any committees which may be formed at any time to meet regular or one-off need. The role is varied and enables local people to use their skills and experience to enhance the work undertaken by the Council for the benefit of the community. The Council wishes to invite interested and eligible people to submit their applications for the role of Councillor by way of a letter outlining the following: • the contribution you believe you could make to the work of the Council; • the personal qualities that you would bring to the role; • your availability for attending meetings. The web-link to check your eligibility to become a Councillor is https://www.electoralcommission.org.uk /sites/default/files/2022-2/Part%201%20Can%20you%20 stand%20for%20election%20LGW.pdf Please make sure that you include your home address, telephone number and e-mail address in your letter. The Council is committed to achieving a balanced composition of Councillors that reflects the needs and aspirations of the Langstone area. Closing date: 11th December 2023 Applications will be considered prior to the Council meeting on the 16th January 2024 at 6:00 p.m. Please write to the Acting Clerk to the Council, Mr Robert Wade, at 4 The Coach Houses, Penoyre Estate, Cradoc, Brecon, Powys LD3 9LP, or e-mail your application to him on: clerk@langstonecommunitycouncil.org.uk. Read More...

Advertisement for Clerk

Published: 2 Nov 23

Clerk Vacancy Langstone Community Council Job Type - 21 hours /weekly - Permanent Salary LC2 (18-23) £15.02 per hour Langstone Community Council is a local Council covering Langstone, Llandevaud and Llanmartin, near Newport South Wales The Clerk to the Council will be the Proper Officer of the Council and as such is under a statutory duty to carry out all the functions, and in particular to serve or issue all the notifications required by law of a local authority's Proper Officer. The Clerk is expected to advise the Council on, and assist in the formation of, overall policies to be followed in respect of the Council’s activities and in particular to produce all the information required for making effective decisions and to implement constructively all decisions. The Clerk is accountable to the Council for the effective management of all its resources and will report to them as and when required. The Clerk will be the Responsible Financial Officer and responsible for all financial records of the Council and the careful administration of its finances. Applications to be submitted via email to cbryant@langstonecc.gov.wales by December 11th 2023 Contact Carol Bryant on 07775 737202 for an informal chat. Interviews will take place week commencing Monday 8th January 2024 Read More...

Refuse collection in Langstone

Published: 19 Jun 23

New timetable for refuse collection within Langstone

20mph limit across Wales will change to 20mph

Published: 12 Jun 23

From the 17th of September 2023, most 30mph limits across Wales changed to 20mph. When you see streetlights, assume that the speed limit is 20mph, unless you see signs that say otherwise. Most affected streets are in residential or built-up areas where people walk and cycle. GoSafe, Police and partners will continue to educate and engage with our communities, and enforce 20mph speed limits, to make roads safer for all of us. 20mph speed limits | Sub-topic | GOV.WALES •Setting exceptions to the 20mph default speed limit for restricted roads | GOV.WALES •Find a proposed exception to a 20mph speed limit | GOV.WALES •Safer at 20mph: Let’s look out for each other | GOV.WALES file:///C:/Users/44777/AppData/Local/Microsoft/Windows/INetCache/Content.Outlook/3N83Y64X/Welsh%20Government%20-%2020mph%20Misinformation%20Fact%20Sheet.pdf Read More...

Newport Carers Network

Published: 8 Nov 22

If you have received this email from a third party and would like to receive regular carer information from us, please email community.connectors@newport.gov.uk and ask to join the Read More...

Newport City Council Development Plan

Published: 30 Jul 20

How to access the documents relating to the plan and details of public meetings to discuss the proposals Read More...

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