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Town Council Grant Awards

The following grant awards were approved at the Town Council meeting on 20 June 2022 2nd Caerphilly Brownies  Awarded £250 to assist with a summer residential trip including minibus hire. Aber Valley Wolves Rugby League Club Awarded £400 to help with the hire of facilities for a new U12s team and a girl’s U 16s […]

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Launch of Milk Vending Station

Caerphilly Town Mayor, Councillor Mike Prew, officially launched the new Milk Vending Station at 130 Pontygwindy Road, opposite the Gwindy School on Saturday 28th May. The Mayor commented “This is an exciting new venture and I wish Stuart every success”. Fresh Welsh pasteurised whole milk and milkshakes will be sold from a state of the […]

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Caerphilly Ladies Choir Concert

The Town Mayor, Councillor Mike Prew, was very pleased to attend the first live concert held by Caerphilly Ladies Choir since March 2020 just before the first lockdown. The concert  was held at the Wesley Church, Crescent Road on Friday 27th May. The concert raised funds for Wales Air Ambulance. Some residents might have heard […]

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Town Council elects Mayor and Deputy

At the AGM on 16the May 2022 the Town Council elected Mike Prew as Town Mayor and David Roberts as Deputy Mayor for 2022/23. Mike Prew is a long serving Member on the Town Council and David Roberts is a newly elected Member. Mike represents the Tonyfelin community ward and David the Cwrt Rawlin community […]

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Election Results

The following are elected to the Caerphilly Town Council community wards: Bryncenydd – John Pettit Castle – Steve Kent, Paula Reed Cwrt Rawlin – James Fussell, David Roberts Parcyfelin – Phil Bevan, Anne Broughton Pettit, Martin Downes Tonyfelin – Mike Prew Twyn – Jeff Grenfell, Cath Lewis Watford – Colin Elsbury

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Town Council Election

The election of councillors will take place on Thursday 5th May 2022 between 7am and 10pm. The number of councillors to be elected is 12 representing the community wards of Tonyfelin, Parcyfelin, Bryncenydd, Watford, Cwrt Rawlins, Twyn, and Castle. The Town Council is elected for a period of 5 years. NOTICE OF ELECTION – Caerphilly […]

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Flower Festival to return in 2022

There is wide support from the churches and other organisations for the popular Flower Festival to return in June 2022 following an absence of two years due to the pandemic. The event is sponsored by the Town Council and each participating organisation will be provided with a grant of £400 to help fund the displays. […]

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Town Council goes hybrid

The Town Council launches its first hybrid meeting on 21st February 2022. Following Welsh Government legislation it is now a requirement to arrange meetings that can be attended from multiple locations. The Town Council has invested in new video conference equipment which enables attendees to be physically present at the Twyn Community Centre or join […]

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St Martins Church by Night

The Town Council has recently commissioned safety works and upgraded to multi colour changing energy efficient floodlights at St Martins Church. Energy consumption will be reduced by 20% compared with the old floodlights. The scheme was undertaken by BPS Facilities Ltd, a Cardiff based company. The total cost of the works was £9500. The major […]

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Winter Markets

There will be a number of Winter Food and Craft Markets in the period to Christmas 2021 organised by Caerphilly County Borough Council in the main towns, including Caerphilly. Bargoed Town Centre                 Saturday 20th November Ystrad Mynach Town Centre    Saturday 27th November Caerphilly Town Centre      […]

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