Press Release – February 2017
The latest meeting of Kilgetty, Begelly Community Council (KBCC) took place at 7.00pm on 9 February 2017 at Kilgetty-Begelly Community Centre.
The latest news and other main items discussed by Full Council were:-
Pembrokeshire County Council (PCC) had recently undertaken the latest inspection of Kilgetty Play Area and their report was awaited.
Men’s Shed in Kilgetty had now kindly finished making the stile for Miner’s Field, Kilgetty and this would be installed soon.
Welsh Government had issued a White Paper on the Reform of Local Government and this would be discussed by KBCC at its next meeting on 9 March 2017.
Local residents and local organisations are encouraged to send information on special events in the area to the Clerk, as well as photographs of Kilgetty through the ages, who will then consider for inclusion on the KBCC website.
Begelly-Kilgetty Community Association (BKCA):
Costs of replanting the long beds outside the Community Centre have now been approved by BKCA.
The final costs of the refurbishment of the kitchen at the Kilgetty-Begelly Community Centre totalled £4,530.
BKCA were looking at seeking donation, sponsorship and other funding opportunities with a number of organisations including Valero, Co-Operative and the Local Aggregate Fund.
The next Table Top Sale is likely to be held on the last Saturday in March but this is to be confirmed.
Expressions of Interest have been received from a number of bodies to use the old Library room at the rear of the Community Centre.
KBCC considered the following planning application;
16/1045/PA – Two storey side extension at 2 Brynderi, Begelly, Kilgetty SA68 0YH. Full Council recommended approval.
County Councillor David Pugh’s Report
County Councillor Pugh reported the following;
Following a review by PCC, the county’s leisure and tourism services would now be kept ‘in-house’ as potential savings from privatisation could not be evidenced.
PCC would be working on developing policy and the delivery mechanism for distributing funding received from the Second Homes Council Tax between now and the autumn. The amounts received from this new tax would not be known until September 2017. It was expected that voluntary and community groups, as well as some Community Councils, would be recipients of some of the revenue raised.
The next monthly meeting of Kilgetty-Begelly Community Council is scheduled to take place on Thursday, 9 March 2017 in the Plum Room, Kilgetty-Begelly Community Centre, commencing at 7.00pm. A public participation session is always scheduled prior to the start of the meeting. Copies of the approved Minutes of Kilgetty-Begelly Community Council meetings can be viewed by contacting the Clerk, Ian Morris, on 01834 450512. Minutes of previous meetings and a copy of the Code of Conduct for Members can also be accessed via the website.
Website address: www.pembstcc.co.uk Email:email@example.com
Kilgetty-Begelly Community Council, February 2017