The Council ensures flowers are placed throughout the village throughout the year
At Christmas, the Council erect Christmas trees above the High Street shop facades to ensure a festive feel to the village.
The Council raise the Welsh and Saint David flags along the High Street each year in time for the St. David's Day celebrations and the Six Nations Rugby.
The Council works with the charity Cariad to install defibrillators throughout the village. To date, we've placed some at: - Forge Fach Centre, Hebron Rd - SPAR on the High Street - Chapel Buildings (Mond Square) - Clydach Community Hall, Vardre Rd - Sunnybank Newsagents, Lone Rd.
Clydach Library (24 hours access)
The Council is committed to working with other groups in the village to gain Fairtrade Community status for Clydach. Our aim will be to identify, use and provide Fairtrade products where possible, to encourage others who use council resources to do the same, to promote Fairtrade activity locally, and to celebrate and encourage local businesses that support Fairtrade products.
The Council supports and collaborates with My Green Valley, a community organisation that works to help keep the Swansea Valley green, clean and beautiful. The group focuses on reducing litter, maintaining green spaces, and promoting recycling and environmental projects. My Green Valley aims to protect our natural and man-made environment.
The Community Council is about to take over a long-term lease for Coed Gwilym Park, which is a park full of attractions and a range of fantastic facilities.
The Council maintains Julie's Park, the play park at Forge Fach Centre named in memory of Cllr. Julie Davies. Swansea County Council looks after the other parks in the village.
The Council is working with the County Council to clear the village of litter and ensure that the streets are cleaned.
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