A view of the Beacons surrounding Glyn Tarell
Welcome to the Glyn Tarell Community Council website
The aim of this site is to provide a valuable resource of information to all residents of the community. We also welcome any views on the website content and community council services.
Meetings are held once a month, usually the second week of each month at Libanus Chapel. Meeting dates and minutes can be found under Community Council > Council Meetings page. All residents of Glyn Tarell Community Council are welcome to attend the meetings or contact our Community Councillors to raise legitimate matters on their behalf. Each Councillor is responsible for areas relating to the community, which are listed on The Councillors page.
Glyn Tarell Community Council work very hard to ensure that the voice of the community is heard, and that any concerns arisen are dealt with quickly and professionally. Our dedicated team of Councillors do their utmost to ensure that matters are dealt with fairly throughout the community.
You are welcome to join the Community Council meeting, and find out what we are about.
TAI’R BULL INN
The Tai’r Bull Inn in Libanus is under new management. For details visit their website at www.TairBull.co.uk
THE LIBANUS BARBEQUE ON SATURDAY 23rd JUNE AT LIBANUS CHAPEL WAS A GREAT SUCCESS
Great singing from Kate and Jeff and excellent barbeque food served up by Tommy, the two Martins et al.
For Details CLICK HERE
LIBANUS SHOW WILL BE ON SATURDAY 25th AUGUST AT CEFN CANTREF.
FOR FULL DETAILS CLICK HERE
HANDOVER OF DEFIBRILLATORS TO LIBANUS AND LLANSPYDDID
Brecon Lions officially handed over Defibrillators for the villages of Libanus and Llanspyddid
on the evening of Thursday 15th June. For details CLICK HERE
DOG FOULING IN CAE’R AFALLEN PLAYING FIELD
The Community Council have had numerous complaints that children have come into contact with dog excrement when playing in Parc Cae’r Afallen. In spite of notices requesting dog owners to pick up droppings left by by their animals, some residents have flagrantly ignored the request. The Council have therefore, with regret, decided to ban dogs from the field.
We have received an interesting photograph of Libanus taken from a drone during recent snow. To view CLICK HERE