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The charity ‘The League of Friends of the Llandovery Hospital’ are seeking 2 Volunteers from the Cilycwm area to join their Committee. For those interested in supporting this charity please contact Ann Theophilus At Ty Cornel, Cilycwm or telephone (01550) … Continue reading
Certification and approval of annual accounts for 2019-20 CILYCWM COMMUNITY COUNCIL Regulation 15(2) of the Accounts and Audit (Wales) Regulations 2014 (as amended) requires that following the certification by the Responsible Financial Officer referred to above, the Council must approve … Continue reading
Community Council Minutes for January and March 2021 are now available on the website.5th January 2021 – please click here2nd March 2021 – please click here
Food Forward Club run a lottery funded scheme to support rural communities by delivering food boxes at a significantly reduced cost to helphouseholds stretch their limited incomes further. They are £3.50 or£5.00 for minimum 10 food items. The project also … Continue reading
St Michael’s Cilycwm No service this Sunday April 11th From Sunday April 18th inclusive 10.30 Morning Services until Rev Ann Mcknight leaves Everyone welcome and we hope to see you there
St Michael’s Cilycwm, Easter Service Sunday 10.30am. We hope you can come.Everyone is welcome.
The Community Council Minutes for the Meeting on 8th December 2020 are now available. Please click here.
Thank you to Dafydd Tomos. By contacting this group I have found my 5th great grandfather and his descendants. It would appear that Michael Davies, b1727 of Cilycwm, his son David b.1747 and 2 grandsons Michael b.1787 and David b.1794 … Continue reading
The Minutes of the Cilycwm Community Council Annual General Meeting held on 8th September are available on the website. Please click here.
Eglwys Mihangel Sant, Cil-y-cwm Rev. Ann McKnight, The Vicarage, Cilycwm. NOTICE In view of the Wales wide lock-down from midnight tonight, the 20th December 2020, we regret that St. Michael’s Church, Cilycwm will be closed and there will be no … Continue reading