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.



Only four nominations were put in for the eight seats available on Glyn Tarrell Community Council for the recent local elections. Hence the absence of an election here. We are therefore short by four Councillors on the Council. IT WILL NOT BE EASY TO RUN THE COUNCIL WITH THIS NUMBER OF MEMBERS. WE ARE IN URGENT NEED OF MORE SOON.

If you live in the Community Council Area and would be interested in coming onto the Council please would you contact the Clerk to the Council or any of the Councillors. Contact details on the “COUNCILLORS” page of this website or use the “CONTACT US” page.


Brecon Lions officially handed over Defibrillators for the villages of Libanus and Llanspyddid

on the evening of Thursday 15th June. For details CLICK HERE





This years Libanus Show was held on Saturday 27th August at Cefn Cantref Farm.

For the Full results of this years show CLICK HERE


Due to lack of support from members of the community, the Community Shop Committee have decided not to proceed with the project of purchasing Libanus Church with a view of setting up a Community Shop.  They very much regret this, as the chance of obtaining the premises for community use, situated as it is right in the centre of the village, is an opportunity that is unlikely to occur again.