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Every year the Clydach Community Council accept applications from local not for profit groups and charities.
Grants are given to sporting groups such as the local rugby, football, sub aqua, tennis and bowls clubs. Craft groups such as artists, patch workers and felt makers. Children and young people groups like the Brownies, Scouts, dance groups, Air & Army Cadets, Meithrin and youth clubs. Adult groups like the Over 50’s group, WI, OAP groups, Choirs and the Ramblers.
Forms need to be returned by the 29th February and Council will decide on successful applicants at the March meeting.
Priority is given to applications from groups based within the Community Council area. Other groups may apply and Council will take into consideration the number of their members who live within the Community Council Wards when deciding to allocate a grant.
Terms and conditions, guidance notes and Application forms can be obtained by e mailing email@example.com
The community of Clydach is served by 16 Community Councillors - each represent individual wards within the area. Councillors hold public office and follow a Code of Conduct. Our aim is to collectively make our community a better place . The Community Council is your voice and has powers to represent its constituents on planning, well-be
The community of Clydach is served by 16 Community Councillors - each represent individual wards within the area. Councillors hold public office and follow a Code of Conduct. Our aim is to collectively make our community a better place . The Community Council is your voice and has powers to represent its constituents on planning, well-being, and anything that is reasonable to enhance the area and to improve the quality of lives of its inhabitants.
The Community Council currently manages two community halls and a play area as well as maintaining parcels of land throughout the village. The council runs a number of events each year. Any profit from our events is ringfenced within a community fund and reinvested into the local community in the form of grant awards to local groups. Find out more about our events below:
We are always grateful for the support of volunteers. Indeed, there are many other organisations within our community who could benefit from your time. If you have time to share and a willingness to work with others to improve our village, please visit our volunteering section to see how you can help.
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