Llanddarog, Porthyrhyd and Mynyddcerrig Villages – Served by Llanddarog Community Council (scroll down to see latest news/notice board)

Llanddarog Community Council Logo designed by Mrs Ann Rhys

Llanddarog Community Council Logo designed by Mrs Ann Rhys

Llanddarog Community Council is working to respond to local needs to improve the standard of life in the villages of Llanddarog, Porthyrhyd and Mynyddcerrig, by promoting community development and social activities, including supporting a number of sporting, cultural and community groups which play a prominent part in the life of the community.

On this website you will find information about the Council and its members and our responsibilities, together with Council Minutes and other documents.


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To view the electoral ward profile, please visit the Carmarthenshire County Council website by clicking here

To view the weekly register of planning applications, please visit the Carmarthenshire County Council website by Clicking Here

Notice Board – last updated 14/06/2017

1Notice of Appointment of Date for the Exercise of Elector’s Rights – Click Here

2Public Payphone removals by BT, an invitation by BT to “adopt” your community’s red telephone boxes and remove the telephony service – Public Consultation – ends 20 March 2017 (re consultation). Those boxes affected within the Community Council’s area are included in the draft decision (see number 4below). For more information, contact Nia Stoakes, Carmarthenshire County Council, 01267 228909 (ext 2909) NStoakes@carmarthenshire.gov.uk.

3Would you like a role in supporting your community. Ever thought about becoming a community or town councillor? click here

4 Carmarthenshire County Council’s draft decision to BT’s consultation regarding the proposed removal of public payphones within the County – Click Here for cover note and Click Here to view for the draft decision

5How do I dispose of my garden waste? – Information on Home Compost Bins from Carmarthenshire County Council – Click Here