Conwy Play Team

Summer 2022

There are lots of activities taking place over the summer.

For more details see this poster.

Keep on checking as we'll be adding more activities during the summer.

#SummerOfFun

 

BETWS YN RHOS AND LLANELIAN YN RHOS COMMUNITY COUNCIL

NOTICE

PLEASE NOTE THAT BETWS YN RHOS AND LLANELIAN YN RHOS COMMUNITY COUNCIL GIVE NOTICE THAT THEY ARE PREPARED TO RECEIVE APPLICATIONS FOR GRANTS FROM ORGANISATIONS OR SOCIETIES FOR THE YEAR 2023 – 2024.

APPLICATIONS WILL NEED TO FULLY DESCRIBE THE REASON AND THE APPROXIMATE SUM IN WRITING ALONG WITH THE MOST RECENT BANK STATEMENT.

WE ASK THAT ALL APPLICATIONS BE RECEIVED BY THE COUNCIL BY THE END OF OCTOBER 2022 BY LETTER OR EMAIL TO THE BELOW:

CLERK TO THE BETWS YN RHOS AND LLANELIAN YN RHOS COMMUNITY COUNCIL,
22 ENDSLEIGH ROAD, OLD COLWYN, COLWYN BAY LL299DT.
email

 

Annual Returns

The audited annual returns for the year ending 31 March 2021 are available for inspection by any elector for the area of Betws- and Llanelian-yn-Rhos Community Council.

Please phone:  Tom Jones, 22 Endsleigh Road, Hen Golwyn, on 01492 525999 / 07774 833523, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday - Friday (Excluding bank holidays), or email (click here) to make an appointment to inspect the documents.

Copies of the annual returns can be provided to any elector on payment of £0.25p per copy, plus postage and packaging.

 

Police Warning for Caravan and Motorhome Owners

See the message from North Wales Police here

 

 

Footpath 13 in the Community of Betws yn Rhos - Public Path Diversion Order 2020

See Notice and Public Order

 

Public Space Protection Order Consultation

Letter from Conwy Council

Link to Conwy Council Website

 

Reduced bus service in your villages as a result of the coronavirus emergency

Click here to see the revised timetable for service 21

 
 
 

The area represented by the Community Council comprising of Betws-yn-Rhos and Llanelian-yn-Rhos stretches from Trofarth in the West almost to Abergele in the East, from the heights of Colwyn Bay in the North to Moelfre Uchaf in the South. Apart from Betws and Llanelian there are also hamlets at Dawn and Dolwen.

The area is today part of  Conwy Borough District Council.

The writer Thomas Gwynn Jones, (or T. Gwynn Jones) was born in Betws, and spent his youth in Llanelian.

  

Click on the above map to see a larger map of Betws and Llanelian.