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  • Find out about our role and who is on the commitee. Penhow Community Council meets once a month, normally at 8.15pm on the first Wednesday of the month. Members of the public are welcome to attend our meetings, which are held in St John’s Hall. Read more

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St John's Hall - Meeting Venue

Agenda 2017 12

03-Dec-2017

PENHOW COMMUNITY COUNCIL Clerk – Beryl Morgan - Ferndale, Parc Seymour, Penhow (Tel 400624) ..

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Draft Minutes 2017 11

10-Nov-2017

Penhow Community Council MINUTES OF THE MEETING at ST JOHN’S HALL on WED 1st November ..

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OurRole

  • The main role of any Community Council is to represent the interests and views of its’ community, which is done by liaising with a Unitary Authority – in our case Newport City Council. Often this is very mundane work such as reporting potholes in our roads, but sometime it involves organising public meetings... Read more
  • We are also asked to look at all planning applications put forward for our Village. The object there is to look out for issues that might affect the community as a whole. We may also need to liaise with local Police, Water and Health Authorities, or respond to initiatives from private and corporate bodies when their plans... Read more
  • Our largest task is looking after the recreation grounds – regularly checking the condition of the equipment, organising annual safety checks and maintenance work. In addition we try to help keep the Village as whole looking nice... Read more