Mayor, Cllr. Simon Hancock, officially opened the Brunel Quay skatepark this afternoon in front of Neyland Town Councillors and members of Neyland Youth Club who had a great time trying everything out.
Neyland Councillors Simon Hancock, Andrew Lye, Peter Hay and Ashleigh Phelan joined members of the Soroptimists to commemorate the planting of another cherry tree in Neyland Vale today. This tree replaces the one stolen last year.
The Local Town and Community Elections will be held on 5th May and if you would like to know more about becoming a councillor please see the video below and/or click on the link which takes you to the One Voice Wales website. Click on the link under Training and Development of Members on Becoming a councillor in 2022 for more information.
Neyland Town Council is holding two Councillor Information Events for anyone who is interested in becoming a Town Councillor to come along and find out more.
Saturday 19th Feb: 10-1pm and Friday 25th February 5-8pm at Neyland Community Hub. Come and find out what you could do for Neyland.
The next meeting of Neyland Town Council will be on Monday 7th February at 7.00pm.
The next meeting of the Town Council will be a remote meeting on Wednesday 12th January at 7.00pm. Please email for a link if you wish to attend. email@example.com
Staff from Neyland Pharmacy were invited to a presentation by Neyland Town Councillors on Monday 6th December to thank them for their services to the community of Neyland especially during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Jonathan David, Sarah Townsend, Julie Walters and Gillian Roberts were each presented with a personalised glass trophy together with flowers and a certificate for the Pharmacy. Shown here with Cllr. Gareth Lawlor, Deputy Mayor.
Santa will be touring Neyland in his sleigh from 5pm on Friday 17th December. Bring the kids to see him in Neyland Community Hub from 5.30pm where he will be giving out presents to all Neyland children under 11. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
On Wednesday 10th November Neyland Town Council unanimously voted to apply for grant funding for a skate park to be located on the existing concrete hardstanding at Brunel Quay, subject to successful grant funding and all necessary permissions.
The new skate park was officially opened on the 16th March by Mayor, Cllr. Dr. Simon Hancock and is proving to be a great success.
For more information contact the Town Clerk on 01646 629885 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org