Financial Information

By scrolling down, you can refer to the following:-

  1. Financial Assistance to the Community
  2. Financial Information
  3. Staff Costs
  4. Assets
  5. Financial Regulations


Applications for financial assistance are considered in April, July, October and January of each financial year. Only one application per group is permitted each financial year.

The Council’s Application Form for funding and guidance can be found below:


The Community Council agrees an annual budget based on the work that needs to be undertaken in the coming financial year.

The Community Council is responsible for keeping a financial reserve that is made up of money paid for the purchase and upkeep of memorial benches, money set aside for training on defibrillator use, money for Parc Adrian Sharp upkeep and a sum of money that is available for projects within the ward. In addition, the Council must keep, in reserve, a sum of money that would cover all bills for 3 months.

Once these figures are known, then The Finance Committee can calculate what is required from the annual precept from Carmarthenshire County Council and recommend to the full Community Council the precept that would allow this work to be undertaken.

3 years of financial records are published. If you wish to view earlier records please request via Contact us.

2023 – 2024
2022 – 2023
2021 – 2022


The Community Council has one paid employee.  Total staff costs for each month are shown in the ‘Payments and Receipts’ of monthly Minutes and total annual staff costs are listed in the Annual Return.

The Clerk/Responsible Finance Officer is paid according to the scales agreed by the National Joint Council.


Community Council Asset List – March 2023.


The Council’s Financial Regulations were approved and adopted on 15th February 2021 and are reviewed annual at the meeting in May.

If you have any questions about the Council’s finances, please contact us.