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Welcome to the Llangan Community Council website


Please note that the Council's meeting scheduled for the 7th April 2020 has been cancelled and at present no further meetings are scheduled for the time being. We have taken this step in accordance with the government's advice and to protect the health and wellbeing of all. 

We strongly urge all local residents to follow the government's advice to protect your own, and your community's, safety and health:

Public Health Wales: see: https://phw.nhs.wales/

 NHS advice: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

Local information 

We will aslo post local information here, which we believe will be of help and assistance.

The Vale of Glamorgan Council's website now has a dedicated coronavirus section containing local and national information. It can be accessed by following this link: 


Glamorgan Voluntary Services (GVS) is an independent charity, whose membership consists of voluntary and community organisations active in the Vale of Glamorgan. Their aim is to improve the quality of life of people and communities. 

GVS has put together a directory of front line services and helplines that can support people in the current crisis and can be accessed via this link: https://www.gvs.wales/news/2020/03/directory-of-third-sector-services?fbclid=IwAR1s_1jWB0poXX29TkXnyZlUACI8hYJAO5HTEJfx_nARRfiL1h6DsV0RiO4

Advice for businesses 

The VOGC also has an advice for businesses section relating to the coronavirus and help during the epidemic. The pages can be accessed by following this link:


Minutes of the Ordinary General Meeting held on the 4th February 2020


Llangan community council represents the villages of Llangan, Treoes and St Mary Hill. The council meets on the first Tuesday of each month (no meeting on August - Occasionally we have to change the date, so do check Council Information page) to discuss local issues. We are actively engaged in protecting and improving the quality of life for all those living and working in our local area and promoting self-help initiatives within our rural community.  

 Our key aims are:

  • to act as a link between public sector organisations and the community on a range of subjects including the environment, planning, community facilities, community safety and other issues affecting the area
  • to develop a picture of community needs in order to influence services and policies
  • to represent the views of the community
  • Provide a wide range of advice, information and support for the community and local voluntary groups.
  • identify concerns and issues and seek to develop solutions with other partner organisations
  • support community projects and groups

Members of the public are welcome to attend our meetings which are held on the first Tuesday of every month (accept July when it is the first Monday) at Llangan Old School Rooms at 7pm.  There is a public session at every meeting for you to express your views/ ask questions.  The agenda for each meeting is published here a few days before the meeting.  

 If you have any questions please contact the Clerk on llangancouncil@gmail.com