Agenda for Regular Council Meeting to be held on 22nd November

Monthly Meeting – Monday 22nd November 2021 at 7 p.m.

To be held at ‘The Old Pharmacy’ Monksland Road, Scurlage

AGENDA

  1. Apologies for Absence
  2. Declarations of Interest
  3. Approval of Minutes of Last Meeting ( October 2021)
  4. Matters Arising from Minutes (see attached notes)
  5. Financial Report & Expenditure
  6. Planning – Applications & Outcomes (see attached notes)
  7. Highways, Environment & Footpaths
  8. Correspondence
  9. Communication – Notice Boards, web site, etc.
  10. Village Halls
  11. Proposed Development at Port Eynon car park
  12. Knelston Burial Ground
  13. Any Other Business
Correspondence from:Agenda item:
C&CS – Weekly Lists of Planning Applications6
One Voice Wales – Notice of courses, etc.8
  
  
  
  
  

Planning Applications for consideration (Agenda item 6):

Ref. No.AddressBrief Description
Decisions  
None  
Applications  
None  
   
   
   

Matters Arising from OCTOBER 2021

  • Traffic Speed at Scurlage – Monitoring strips recently installed and outcome awaited.
  • Gateway Signs at Scurlage – Clerk to follow up with C&CS Highways.
  • Tree Surgery at Port Eynon – Quotation agreed, Chair to arrange for work to be undertaken

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  • War Memorial at Scurlage – Paving and bench works completed. Clerk to source new edging for flower beds. Cllr S.F. to replenish plants. Further budget of £100.
  • Bench at Bus Stop, Scurlage – Budget £500. Agreed location to side of bus stop and paving not necessary. Assistance with moving the bench required.
  • Notice Board at Scurlage – Budget £100, Clerk to confirm with Mr. Rhodri Lloyd.
  • Flood lights at Port Eynon – to be raised with Community Police Officer – awaiting resumption of meetings at Knelston School.
  • Toilets at Port Eynon – Lack of cleaning and surface water puddles, complaint raised with SCC Environmental Health.
  • Village Green, Port Eynon – Holding response received from C&CS.
  • Llanddewi Village Hall – Chair/Clerk to progress with Trustees and possible vendor of land.
  • First Response Unit –. Clerk has written to Senydd Member and Member of Parliament.
  • Footpath at Boarlands, Overton – Clerk has reported issue to C&CS.
  • Defibrillators – Clerk advised that he had placed a provisional order for four new defibrillators at cost of £5,000. On hold, pending review of costs to service existing units.

Planning Applications & Decisions for Port Eynon Community Council Ward

Week Commencing 8th November – no applications

Week Commencing 1st November – no applications

Week Commencing 25th October – no applications

Week Commencing 18th October – no applications

Week Commencing 11th October – no applications

Week Commencing 4th October – no applications

DECISIONS

Week Commencing 8th November – no decisions

Week Commencing 1st November – no decisions

Week Commencing 25th October – no decisions

Week Commencing 18th October –

Ship Inn Port Eynon Swansea SA3 1NN

Ref. No: 2021/2101/106 | Received: Tue 03 Aug 2021 | Validated: Tue 03 Aug 2021 | Status: Decided – Application refused

Week Commencing 11th October – no decisions

Week Commencing 4th October – no decisions

Approved Minutes of Council Meeting held on 20th September 2021

Minutes of monthly Council meeting held on Monday 20th September 2021 at The Old Pharmacy, Scurlage.

1.  Apologies for absence was received from Barry Stubbings.

    Those in attendance were RF,SF,GE,MDC,DL,GJ.

2. There were no declarations of interest.

3. Approval of the Minutes of the last meeting was deferred owing to the wrong minutes being circulated to all councillors by the Clerk to the Council.

4. It was noted that the order for the second bench needed to be clarified and the bench installation cost to G R Lloyd appears to be still outstanding. GE stated that a review of money allocated for certain works needs to be done to establish the correct money held by the council. The Scurlage sign is still being refurbished and needs to be chased. BS to action.

5. Planning in relation to the Ship Inn and the use of the rear garden etc is still being considered. The point of conjecture relates to Section 106 invoked when the houses at the rear of the Ship Inn were constructed and the pub wishing to alter the restrictions imposed at that time. Objections have been lodged by the present owner of the house facing the pub garden and a decision is still pending. All other planning applications have been approved.

6. GE mentioned that the stile from The Borlands to the road leading to the church is unsafe and requires attention. He asked if any attention had been given to this.

7. GE also mentioned that recently a tour bus had been caught at the pinch point towards the village car park and maybe this is due to using the sat nav for directions. No discussion took place at this time.

Further mention was made of the boundary of the Public Car Park in Port Eynon and the lights emanating from Skysea Caravan and camping site which continue to cause annoyance.

8. In view of the lack of the correct minutes to discuss, MDC proposed that we adjourn the meeting and ask the Clerk to the Community Council to arrange a suitable meeting when all outstanding matters and any new items needing discussion can be put on the agenda. This was seconded by DL and carried.

Approved Minutes of Council Meeting on 26th July 2021

Synopsis of Minutes of monthly Council meeting held on Monday 26th July 2021 at The Old Pharmacy, Scurlage

  1. Present: R. Fisher (chair), G. Evans (Dep chair), M. Cox, D. Lewis, S. Fisher.
  • In attendance: B. Stubbings (Clerk)
  • Declarations of Interest : . Cox re planning application 2021/1500
  • Minutes: Proposed as amended by M. Cox; seconded by S. Fisher.
  • Matters Arising: (1) Floodlights at Boarlands – Clerk to file a further complaint. (2) Lane to Youth Hostel – Clerk to make FoI request re sale of land. (3) Trees at village Hall – D. Lewis to obtain a ‘local’ quotation.
  • Planning: 2021/1500 Youth Hostel bin Storage – Unanimously found acceptable. 2021/1750 – Unanimously found acceptable.
  • Highways, etc.: (1) Noted recent problems with blockages at the promenade Port Eynon and at the public toilets. City Council in attendance. (2) Recent Triathlon caused severe disruption to bus services and disturbance of residents (loud music in early hours of morning). Caution for future functions. Functions such as this should be limited to overspill car park to avoid above issues – refer to City Council Events Manager. (3) Village signs for Scurlage are missing and should be replaced at both Scurlage Castle and the Sports Club. Check to be made on legal extent of the restricted speed area – refer to City Highways
  • Footpaths: GE advised path and stile at 10 Boarlands is impassable due to encroachment of brambles and stile is rotten – refer to S. Parry at City Council.
  • Parking: Frequent parking in frontage of Culver House, Port Eynon is obstructing access by residents. Suggested to put a sign at the road junction directing visitors to use the Council car park. – refer to Highways.
  1. Traffic Speed in Scurlage: Lack of action – refer to City Highways.
  1. Finance: Invoice for gardening services by Rhodri Lloyd was agreed for payment. Quote required for bench at bus stop – Clerk to approach Rhodri.
  1. Next meeting to be held in September.

Minutes 20th July 2021

Port Eynon Community Council

Synopsis of Minutes of monthly Council meeting held on Monday 26th July 2021 at The Old Pharmacy, Scurlage

  1. Present: R. Fisher (chair), G. Evans (Dep chair), M. Cox, D. Lewis, S. Fisher.
  • In attendance: B. Stubbings (Clerk)
  • Declarations of Interest : . Cox re planning application 2021/1500
  • Minutes: Proposed as amended by M. Cox; seconded by S. Fisher.
  • Matters Arising: (1) Floodlights at Boarlands – Clerk to file a further complaint. (2) Lane to Youth Hostel – Clerk to make FoI request re sale of land. (3) Trees at village Hall – D. Lewis to obtain a ‘local’ quotation.
  • Planning: 2021/1500 Youth Hostel bin Storage – Unanimously found acceptable. 2021/1750 – Unanimously found acceptable.
  • Highways, etc.: (1) Noted recent problems with blockages at the promenade Port Eynon and at the public toilets. City Council in attendance. (2) Recent Triathlon caused severe disruption to bus services and disturbance of residents (loud music in early hours of morning). Caution for future functions. Functions such as this should be limited to overspill car park to avoid above issues – refer to City Council Events Manager. (3) Village signs for Scurlage are missing and should be replaced at both Scurlage Castle and the Sports Club. Check to be made on legal extent of the restricted speed area – refer to City Highways
  • Footpaths: GE advised path and stile at 10 Boarlands is impassable due to encroachment of brambles and stile is rotten – refer to S. Parry at City Council.
  • Parking: Frequent parking in frontage of Culver House, Port Eynon is obstructing access by residents. Suggested to put a sign at the road junction directing visitors to use the Council car park. – refer to Highways.
  1. Traffic Speed in Scurlage: Lack of action – refer to City Highways.
  1. Finance: Invoice for gardening services by Rhodri Lloyd was agreed for payment. Quote required for bench at bus stop – Clerk to approach Rhodri.
  1. Next meeting to be held in September.

Minutes May 2021

Port Eynon Community Council

Minutes of monthly Council meeting held on Monday 24th May 2021 via a virtual platform

Present                  Councillors: Martin Cox, Gareth Evans, Robert Fisher, Sheila Fisher, Dave Lewis

Apologies:             Councillors Gareth Jones

In Attendance       Mr.Barry Stubbings – Clerk;

Mr. R. Knox and partner, Mr. P. Williams

  1. Minutes                 Clerk confirmed that the draft minutes of the last meeting held on 19th April 2021 had been circulated to all Councillors. It was proposed by Councillor Martin Cox, and seconded by Councillor Gareth Evans that the minutes be accepted and this proposal was agreed by all.
  • Declarations of Interest      Cllr. Fisher advised that he had a professional interest in the planning applications for Highwinds, Port Eynon and Gower Holiday Village.
  • Matters Arising

Chair presented a quotation received for work to trees at Port Eynon Village Hall and all agreed that the work was essential and should proceed.

Clerk advised that due to pressure of other matters he had yet to place the order for a further bench seat for Scurlage Green.

Clerk advised that he had spoken with Enforcement control Division of City Council and with Police community support officer concerning the nuisance from floodlights and cameras at Port Eynon village and the parking on the A4118 in the vicinity of junction with Overton Lane. For the former he was advised that a complaint has to be raised by the affected resident and for the latter a report should be made using the 111 telephone service, however, visits would be made to site to assess the seriousness of both problems.

Clerk confirmed that he had requested the police Community Support Officer to attend a future Council meeting.

  • Finance 

Clerk advised that £500 allowance was still held for installation of notice board and seats at Scurlage. Chair confirmed that he expected a quotation in the coming week.

Clerk confirmed that payment had been made for wildflower planting.

Clerk was in receipt of invoice from Gareth Jones for work carried out for bramble clearance at Port Eynon beach and erection of the two Xams trees. A total of £325. Cllr. S. Fisher proposed that payment be made; seconded by Cllr. G. Evans and agreed.

Clerk confirmed that there was nothing further to report and that reserves were adequate to meet all current

envisaged commitments.                   

  • Planning  

Clerk confirmed that he had circulated notice recent applications and decisions.

  • APPLICATIONS PREVIOUSLY CONSIDERED.

2021/0462 Dingle Bank, Knelston. Two storey side and rear extensions including balconies, vertical timber cladding and changes to fenestration.

Application was refused on 19th April 2021 as having inappropriate treatment to the South and East elevationsthat would fail to respect the visual amenities of the established street scene.

2021/0724 Adjacent to Hawthorn Cottage, Scurlage. Discharge of Planning Conditions. Discharged on 7th May 2021

2021/0710 Salt Cottage, Port Eynon. Reduction in ground level, building of a retaining wall and a detached garden dwelling.

Application was granted on 11th May 2021, on the basis that ‘the proposal represents an acceptable form of development that would have a limited impact upon the character and appearance of the host dwelling or the wider Gower AONB.

  • NEW APPLICATIONS

2021/0884 ELD – Highwinds, Port Eynon Siting of two residential caravans (Certificate of lawful use).

Council in consideration of the application noted that the caravans in question had ben present for over ten years and at least one was in use as residential accommodation. Further, that the particular caravans were not visible from adjacent roads.

Council were of the opinion, by majority (with one abstention), that the application could not be supported.

2021/0836 FUL – South Gower Sports Club, Scurlage. Permit for three years for (a) Erection of a marquee during the months of June to September, inclusive and, (b) siting of five touring caravans during the months of April to October inclusive.

Council in consideration of the application noted that similar application had been previously made and granted.

Council were of the opinion by majority (with one abstention), that the application could be supported.

2021/1063 FUL – Dingle Bank, Knelston. Two storey side and rear extensions including balconies. Single storey side extension, and changes to fenestrations.

Council noted that the application was made consequent to refusal of application 2021/0462. Reservations were expressed that the proposed alterations continued to be of substantial size and that the resulting property lended itself to ease of sub-division into two properties.

Council were of the opinion that the application could be supported with the proviso that any subsequent application for sub division of the property should be refused.

2021/1206 NMA – 4 Milestone Court, Scurlage. Single storey rear extensions, side garages and front porches. Amendment to permit roof lights, enlarged front porch and amendment to the rear extensions.

Council noted that the proposed extensions were made and granted as Application 2019/1127. After consideration it was agreed that the alteration to the rear extensions and addition of roof lights to the side extensions could be supported however the enlarged front porch was not supported as it visually affected the uniform street frontage presented by the properties in Milestone Court. As a consequence the application as a whole could not be supported.

2021/1263 PRE – Gower Holiday Village, Scurlage. Siting of a Gypsy Caravan/Shepherd’s Hut.

Council in consideration of the application noted that there had been a number of previous applications for camping and siting of caravans at the same location which had all been refused. Council noted that the structure purporting to be a  gypsy caravan had already been erected and were of the opinion that  it bore little similarity to the common perception of a gypsy caravan or a shepherd’s hut. Council were of the opinion that such an installation represented an extension of the Gower Holiday village into a neighbouring agricultural field which was contrary to current Gower AONB policy to limit new caravan sites or enlargement of existing caravan sites.

  • Highways, Footpaths and Environment

Clerk advised that there had been no response or updates on the issues previously discussed.

  • Correspondence

Clerk reported that he had received a communication on 16th May from a Mr. Purse  expressing concern over the exercising of dogs on Port Eynon beach and requesting the Council enforce the existing restrictions as well as placing more prominent signage. It was noted that the Council has no powers of enforcement but would refer the issue to the City Council Parks and Recreation Dept.

  • Communications, Notice Boards, Etc

Erection of the new board at Scurlage is still pending.

  • Village Halls

Port Eynon –  Chair advised that he continued to attend VHMC meetings.

Llanddewi – Chair advised that he would continue to endeavour to contact Mr. Walters.

  1. Knelston Burial Ground.

Clerk advised, on behalf of the Trustees, that there was nothing to report.

  1. Port Eynon Sea-Front Improvements

Chair advised that there had been no further contact or communications with the City Council Steering Group. It was suggested that letter should be sent to Gower AONB Committee to enquire on current status.

  1. Any Other Business            

General Discussion took place on a number of issues.

Next meeting –  Monday 21st June 2021, 7 pm, using zoom meeting facility. Clerk to arrange.

There being no further business to discuss the Chair thanked all in attendance and the meeting adjourned at 9:30 pm.

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Barry Stubbings (Clerk)                                                                                                       Robert Fisher (Chair)

12th April 2021

Regular Council Meeting

Monthly Meeting – Monday 25th October 2021 at 7 p.m.

To be held at ‘The Old Pharmacy’ Monksland Road, Scurlage

AGENDA

  1. Apologies for Absence
  2. Declarations of Interest
  3. Approval of Minutes of Last Meeting ( July & September 2021)
  4. Matters Arising from Minutes
  5. Financial Report & Expenditure
  6. Planning – Applications & Outcomes
  7. Highways, Environment & Footpaths
  8. Correspondence
  9. Communication – Notice Boards, web site, etc.
  10. Village Halls
  11. Proposed Development at Port Eynon car park
  12. Knelston Burial Ground
  13. Any Other Business
Correspondence from:Agenda item:
C&CS – Weekly Lists of Planning Applications6
One Voice Wales – Notice of courses, etc.8
E message from City Council re development at Port Eynon waterfront 
E message response from City Council concerning land at lane to Youth Hostel 
  
  
  

Planning Applications for consideration (Agenda item 6):

Ref. No.AddressBrief Description
Decisions  
   
Applications  
2021/2576 PREBays farm, Overton LaneSeparation to two separate dwellings
   
   
   

Council Meeting on 19 April 2021

Minutes of monthly Council meeting held on Monday 19th April 2021 via a virtual platform

Present                  Councillors: Martin Cox, Robert Fisher, Sheila Fisher, Gareth Evans, Dave Lewis

Apologies:             Councillors Gareth Jones

In Attendance       Mr.Barry Stubbings – Clerk;

  1. Minutes                 Clerk confirmed that the draft minutes of the last meeting held on 22nd March 2021 had been circulated to all Councillors. Correction was requested to Item 6 to delete the word ‘recently’ for the lights at Sky Sea Park. Also to delete ‘SF’ from action regarding Llandewi Hall. It was proposed by Councillor Martin Cox, and seconded by Councillor Gareth Evans that the minutes be accepted and this proposal was agreed by all.
  • Declarations of Interest      None were declared.
  • Matters Arising

Chair advised that as a result of the massive programme in Gower to fell Ash trees, he had, so far, been unable to obtain the services of an arborist.

SF advised that despite door to door canvassing of opinion concerning the siting of a bench at the terminus of Monksland Road there appeared to be little interest. SF suggested that the bench presently available be located near to the bus stop. Also reminded all that purchase of a further bench had been agreed, it was agreed that Clerk should proceed with this.

  • Finance 

Clerk advised that £500 allowance was still held for installation of notice board and seats at Scurlage. Chair confirmed that he expected a quotation in the coming week.

GE advised that he had passed the invoice for wild flower planting to the Clerk. RF commented that extent of planting at Scurlage seemed to have been reduced. Clerk advised that it was best for RF/GE to take up direct with Parks Department.

Clerk confirmed that reserves were adequate to meet all envisaged commitments.                           

  • Planning  

Clerk confirmed that he had circulated notice recent applications and decisions.

  • APPLICATIONS PREVIOUSLY CONSIDERED.

2021/0434 – Four  Polytunnels to be erected at Llandewi Castle Farm.

Approved on 12th April 2021 as reasonable agricultural development but not to exist for more than ten years.

2021/0427/FUL – Attached single storey garage at 2Milestone Court, Scurlage

Approved on 9th April 2021

  • NEW APPLICATIONS

Week beginning 8th March – none

Week Beginning 15th March –

2021/0710/FUL 2, Salt Cottage, Port Eynon – Reduction on ground levels around the main dwelling and building of a natural stone retaining wall to create a level patio area. Detached garden room which will be used solely by the owner/occupier of the main building as ancillary & garden accommodation for the occupiers of the main application dwelling.

Council considered the application and made the following comments:

  • The location of the proposed building is in an area of historical prominence being positioned between the ruins of the historic Salt House and the Salt House Cottages. The modern elevational treatments while understood to be in architectural contrast to the historical buildings are considered to be inappropriate and if a structure at this location is to be permitted it should be visually consistent with the neighbouring buildings and cognizant of the AONB vernacular.
  • The presented photomontages are considered to be misleading. When the height of the building is compared to the garden seat nearby, the building will be at a higher elevation and will be far more obtrusive when viewed from all angles.
  • Whilst the intended usage of the rooms has been changed from that which was indicated in the Pre-Application submission, these changes are viewed as likely cosmetic. Should the application be granted then it must be with the proviso that the building can not be used for domestic habitation.

Overall the Council, by majority, does not support this application.

Week Beginning 29th March –

2021/0842/FUL Ivy Cottage, Port Eynon – Retention of sub-division of property to two independent units of accommodation.

2021/0794/ELD Ivy Cottage, Port eynon – Use of property as two separate residential units of accommodation (class C3) (Application for a certificate of existing lawfulness).

Council considered the two applications, during which concern was expressed at the accuracy of the presented drawings with regard to the location and width of the access and the area available for parking.

Council noted that in a previous application 2010/0861 permission to extend the property was granted on the express condition ‘The proposed development shall remain at all times an integral part of the existing dwelling and shall not be sold, let or otherwise occupied as a separate unit of accommodation.’ The present application acknowledges that the property has been let as two separate units for the past ten years in contravention of the consent granted in 2010. There appears to have been no physical change to the property since 2010, and the condition of consent applicable then is still relevant.

For these reasons Council, by majority, could not support the application.

Week beginning 5th April –

2021/0268/FUL Ship Inn, Port Eynon – Retention and completion of first floor side extension, two single storey rear extensions, external staircase, increase in heights of chimney and side falt roof, front canopies, external alterations and three detached storage sheds.

Council noted that this applications is in several parts and addressed it in the same manner.

  • Completion of side first floor side extension.

Council considered that the addition of a first floor to the present side extension, as previously approved, would improve the overall massing of the building and eliminate the present unsightly large flat roof. The windows indicated on the North elevation at first floor were not found to overlook neighbouring properties. Council had no objection to this worl proceeding.

  • Retention of two single storey rear extensions.

Council considered the single storey rear extensions to have no significant detrimental effect to the neighbourhood and to have been largely accepted by the community. Council had no objection to these extensions being retained.

  • Retention of external staircase.

Council noted that two rear staircases have been constructed to provide access to both the rear lawn area and the rear storage yard. Council were of the opinion that the staircase from the function room should not be approved and access to the lawn area should be solely via the staircase leading from ‘back of house’.

  • Increase in height of chimney.

Council noted the increase in height of the chimney and had no objection to this alteration.

  • Increase in height of side extension flat roof.

Council noted that the flat roof of the side extension appeared to have been raised from that shown on previous plans. They had no objection to this apparent change.

  • Retention of front canopies and changes to external elevations.

Council noted the changes, particularly to the South elevation and were of the genral opinion that the changes provided an improvement to the South elevation. Council however noted a change to the North elevation where one of the proposed fixed windows has been changed to a combined widow and door thus providing access from the function room to the rear lawn. Council were strongly of the opinion that this rear lawn area should not be used as an extension of the function room and should be restricted to use solely by the occupants of the first floor living accommodation. Use of the lawn as a public area should be prohibited due to its proximity to the neighbouring properties.

  • Addition of three storage sheds.

Council had no comment on the proposed addition of storage sheds where limited to the indicated storage yard.

  • Highways, Footpaths and Environment

Clerk advised that there had been no response or updates on the issues previously discussed.

DL commented that he had yet again been placed in serious jeopardy whilst passing parked cars outside the Highwinds residence.

Chair requested Clerk to arrange for the Gower police person to attend the first available ‘in person’ meeting of the Council.

  • Correspondence

Clerk had nothing further to report.

  • Communications, Notice Boards, Etc

Board at Port Eynon has been re-established and the Chair thanked Cllr Evans and the Clerk for their efforts..

  • Village Halls

Port Eynon –  Chair advised that he continued to attend VHMC meetings. At the last meeting there had been heated discussion over the legitimacy of decisions made by the VHMC and presented to the public and other representative bodies.

Llanddewi – Chair advised that he would continue to endeavour to contact Mr. Walters. Clerk reminded all that Council had previously agreed to fund any legal consultations necessary to review ownership of Llandewi Hall.

  1. Knelston Burial Ground.

Clerk advised, on behalf of the Trustees, that there was nothing to report.

  1. Port Eynon Sea-Front Improvements

Clerk confirmed that a written paper had been sent to all households in the Community Council area setting out the Council’s position on the proposals for the waterfront development and inviting responses thereon.

Copy had been made to all Gower Community Councils, The Gower Society, Gower AONB and all members of the Steering Group. Copy was also posted on the Community Council website and Notice Boards.

  1. Any Other Business            

Discussion took place on:

  • The obtrusive floodlights and cameras installed at 9 Boarlands to monitor the Sky Sea Holiday Park. Numerous complaints had been received from residents as to the intrusion on privacy. Clerk was requested to make complaint to C&CS Environmental Officer, AONB Dark Sky Initiative, Local Police, etc.
  • Matters of beach safety, including signage to deter use of BBQ fires, the prevalence of adders during this period of fine weather, and servicing of litter bins.
  • The lane to the Youth Hostel and Salt Cottages. Clerk was requested to make a FOI request of C&CS with respect to recent sale of strip of land along the lane.

Next meeting – Annual General meeting on Monday 17th May 2021, 7 pm, using zoom meeting facility. Clerk to arrange.

There being no further business to discuss the Chair thanked all in attendance and the meeting adjourned at 9:30 pm.

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Barry Stubbings (Clerk)                                                                                                       Robert Fisher (Chair)

12th April 2021

Notice of Annual General Meeting

May 2021

The Annual General Meeting of

Port Eynon Community Council

Will be held on 24th May 2021 at 7:00 pm

As a Virtual Meeting using the Zoom software platform

 

To attend and take part please contact the Clerk

 who will provide the Zoom log-in connection.