Notice Board



Section 116 Local Government (Wales) measure 2011

(1 x Llanybri Vacancy)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that one vacancy has occurred in the office of Councillor for the above the above mentioned Ward, and the Community Council intends to co-opt.

Llansteffan and Llanybri Community Council needs a new team member; if you wish to be considered for co-option for the vacant seat, please send your Expression of Interest to the Clerk.  The Clerk can be contacted for more information on 07539699440 or on email

To Qualify!

You must be British, Commonwealth, Irish or a European Union citizen and be 18 years of age or over and meet at least one of the following criteria*:

  • Registered as a local government elector for the area named above; or
  • during the whole of the last 12 months occupied as owner or tenant land or other premises in the community named above; or
  • your principal or only place of work during the last 12 months has been in the community named above; or
  • you have during the whole of the last 12 months resided in the community or within 3 miles of it.

What do councillors do?

Councillors have three main components to their work:

  1. Decision making – Through meetings and attending committees with other elected members, councillors decide which activities to support, where money should be spent, what services should be delivered and what policies should be implemented.
  2. Monitoring – Councillors make sure that their decisions lead to efficient and effective services by monitoring how well things are working.
  3. Getting involved locally – As local representatives, councillors have responsibilities towards their constituents and local organisations.

How much time does it take up?

Quite often councillors say that their duties occupy them for about 2/3 hours a week. There are some councillors who spend more time than this.  Being a community councillor is an enjoyable way of contributing to your community and helping to make it a better place to live and work.

As a councillor representing your community you will help keep it a great place to live and work. You will be an unpaid public servant, but you will be supported in your role and will be expected to undertake training. You should be comfortable working electronically. You should have a positive outlook and a can-do attitude and be willing to work as part of a team.

The closing date for applications is the 8th July 2021

Click here for more details on qualification!

Notice of Election – Vacancies in the Office of Community Councillor Llansteffan and Llanybri Community Council (Llansteffan Ward)

There are four Community Council vacancies in Llansteffan.  Nominations for the four vacancies in Llansteffan are due to go forward to an election to be held on 22 July 21.  However, if there are only four (or fewer) candidates there will be no election.  The four (or fewer) candidates will automatically fill the vacancies available (if the qualification criteria are filled – Am I Qualified to be a Community Councillor? ).   Please consider putting yourself forward for this role, it gives you an opportunity to really make a difference within your community.  If you are interested please see the Notice of Election below and contact me if you need any additional information or help. 

Notice of Election Llansteffan & Llanybri (Llansteffan Ward)17.06.2021

New Legal Requirement For Community Councils

The local Government and Elections (Wales) Act 2021 (the Act) Schedule 4 deals with notice of local authority meetings, access to documents and attendance at meetings.  Paragraph 12 of Part 1 of Schedule 4 of the Act, stipulates the following:

26ZA (1) As soon as reasonably practicable after a meeting of a community council, and in any event before the end of seven working days beginning with the day on which the meeting is held, the council must publish electronically a note setting out –

  • The names of the members who attended the meeting and any apologies for absence
  • any declarations of interest
  • any decisions taken at the meeting, including the outcome of any votes

In future these notes will be published on the Agenda and Minutes page under the Minutes heading and entitled Notes (Date of meeting).  These will be up on LLCC website by 1700 hours on the following Tuesday (7 working days).

Community Council Vacancies

There are now a total of five slots available on Llansteffan and Llanybri Community Council.  Please see the official notices below which give information relating to the first part of the procedure required by law before the slots can be filled by co-option.  If you are interested in joining the Community Council please watch this space for further information!




HYSBYSIR drwy hyn yn unol ag Adran 87 o Ddeddf Llywodraeth Leol 1972 bod sedd wag ar gyfer swydd Cynghorydd dros Ward Llanybri o Gyngor Cymuned Llansteffan a Llanybri.

Cynhelir etholiad i lanw’r sedd a enwyd os rhoddir cais ysgrifenedig o fewn pedwar diwrnod ar ddeg o ddyddiad yr Hysbysiad hwn gan ddeg etholwr o ardal etholiadol y Cyngor Cymuned a enwyd, i’r Prif Weithredwr, Cyngor Sir Caerfyrddin, Bloc 4, Parc Myrddin, Waun Dew, Caerfyrddin, sef y Swyddog Priodol o’r Cyngor Sir.

Oni wneir cais am etholiad fel y nodwyd eisoes, llenwir y sedd wag gan y Cyngor Cymuned yn unol a darpariaethau Rheolau Etholiadau Lleol (Plwyfi a Chymunedau) 2006.

Rhaid cyflwyno cais am etholiad, a lofnodwyd gan ddeg etholwr, yn Bloc 4, Parc Myrddin, Waun Dew, Caerfyrddin SA31 1HQ ar unrhyw ddydd ar ol dyddiad yr Hysbysiad hwn, ond heb fod yn ddiweddarach na’r 14eg Mehefin, 2021.   Os gwneir cais am etholiad, cynhelir yr etholiad o fewn trigain diwrnod o ddyddiad yr Hysbysiad hwn.

DYDDIEDIG y 24ain Mai, 2021.


NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Section 87 of the Local Government Act 1972 that a vacancy exists in the office of Councillor for the Llanybri Ward of the Llansteffan and Llanybri Community Council.

An election will be held to fill the said vacancy if within fourteen days from the date hereof notice in writing of a request for such an election is given by ten electors for the electoral area of the said Community Council to the Chief Executive, Carmarthenshire County Council, Block 4, Parc Myrddin, Richmond Terrace, Carmarthen, as the Proper Officer of the County Council.

If no election is requested as aforesaid, the vacancy will be filled by the Community Council pursuant to the provisions of the Local Elections (Parishes and Communities) Rules 2006.

A request for an election signed by ten electors must be delivered to Block 4, Parc Myrddin, Richmond Terrace, Carmarthen SA31 1HQ on any day after the date of this Notice, but not later than 14th June, 2021. If an election is requested, the election will be held within sixty days of the date of this Notice.

DATED the 24th May, 2021.

Arwyddwyd ……………Rhian Worrell………………….. Signed

(Clerc y Cyngor) (Clerk of Council)

                             Cyfeiriad Craig Y Mor Address
  High Street  
  SA33 5JY  

County Councillor’s Report

Please be aware that you can find County Councillor Carys Jones’ monthly report in the ‘Community’ drop down menu.

Factsheets – Age Cymru Website

The Age Cymru website is a great information resource.  They have easy to follow fact sheets that offer guidance and information on loads of important subjects relevant to anyone 50+.  Have a look just by clicking on ‘Factsheets’ above.

Guide for carers overseeing loved ones moving into care homes – West Wales care homes helps launch national guide

The guide, funded by the Welsh Government Sustainable Social Services Third Sector Grant,  is available in English or Welsh from Age Cymru: or call 029 2043 1555.

Latest News from Carmarthenshire County Council

Carmarthenshire County Council produce a Town and Community News Letter which is packed with useful information.  There is a very straight forward poster covering the current COVID restrictions which aims to simplify the situation.  Take a look by clicking the News Letter link below:

Fix My Street – a new way to report problems in your local area!

The Fix my Street website is a quick and easy way to report problems in your local area (for example,  graffiti, fly tipping, broken slabs or street lighting).  Please click on the link below to report a problem or just to find out all about the service.

Fix My Street

What to do if you find a dead animal carcass in your local area (beach, public footpath etc.)

In order to get the carcass removed you should contact Carmarthenshire County Council via the link below.  This will take you to a form, on which you can report the carcass, its location etc.  Carmarthenshire County Council will then remove the Carcass within 72 hours of receiving your contact form.

Report a Dead Animal Carcass

Bees in Llansteffan

Please find a link below to a notice relating to the Bee colony located at the Community Council’s coastal path shelter at the top of first steps.

Bee Colony Notice (1)