posted on Friday 21 April 2017 - 22:06:51
by Jenny Carpenter printer friendly

Elections were held in May 2017 for both Monmouthshire County Council and Community Councils in the County. All County Council seats were contested. Nine nominations were received for election to Llanbadoc Community Council for the ten seats, therefore all nominees were elected without contest. The new council therefore is: 
Hilary Jones; John Wright; Peter Clarke; Mark Reardon; Steve Waring; James Lawrence; Jenny Carpenter; Jo Storey; Peter Sutherland. 
Former Councillor Laura Jones did not seek nomination for re-election to the Community Council. She served throughout the past 5 year term on the council, and her contribution to the work of the Council is gratefully acknowledged.
Long-standing County Councillor Val Smith retained the Llanbadoc seat, and will represent Llanbadoc as an independent.

New Stile at Monkswood

posted on Monday 13 March 2017 - 14:04:06
by Jenny Carpenter printer friendly

A great job done by the Pathcare Team installing a new stile in Monkswood last week.

Llandegfedd Reservoir Trail fully open 1st March to 30th September

posted on Monday 06 March 2017 - 22:47:00
by Jenny Carpenter printer friendly

The Llandegfedd Reservoir Trail has been developed in partnership with Monmouthshire CBC and Llanbadoc Community Council and you can download Walk leaflet No 7 from the "Walks" page of this website.

New refuse bin installed

posted on Tuesday 10 January 2017 - 18:40:17
by Jenny Carpenter printer friendly

Following a request from a member of our community we approached Monmouthshire County Council and asked if a litter bin could be installed at Trostra crossroads, Glascoed. This was put in place prior to Christmas on a six month trial basis and is proving to be very successful.
If anyone has any further ideas or suggestions for how we can improve our Wards please let us know.


posted on Wednesday 30 November 2016 - 12:19:46
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Our Pathcare group were nominated in the environmental section of the GAVO Volunteering Awards and were delighted to be awarded second place. Highly Commended.

2016 Newsletter

posted on Tuesday 29 November 2016 - 10:35:10
by Steve Waring printer friendly

Your council has produced a newsletter summarising activities and achievements over the last two years. This has been distributed to all residents in the wards. If you would like to access this information please click on the link 


posted on Wednesday 02 November 2016 - 16:05:47
by Steve Waring printer friendly

path_care_nov_2016_007.jpgThe council leads a community based volunteer path care group with the aim of clearing some of our public footpaths and mending or replacing infrastructure such as stiles, finger posts, way markers etc. We meet up on the first Tuesday of each month at 10.00am and the session generally lasts around 3 hours. Any new or part time members would be most welcome and if interested please contact John Wright on  07850 937603 email: email      
Care of Our Footpaths
Llanbadoc Community Council has produced a series of leaflets on walks in the ward. In conjunction with MCC we wish to put maintenance of our footpaths on a better footing. Several of your councillors will be involved in walking footpaths on a periodic basis to check on necessary maintenance. We would also welcome additional volunteers from the local community who would be prepared to walk defined walks perhaps once every three months and report back on any problems with stiles, overgrown vegetation, etc. Anyone wishing to volunteer to help with this and contribute to caring for our footpaths, please in the first instance contact John Wright as above.

New Information Point at Llanbadoc Church

posted on Wednesday 02 November 2016 - 15:50:56
by Steve Waring printer friendly

watercolours_oct_2016_009.jpgAs a council we were able to purchase the listed Telephone kiosk at Llanbadoc Island from BT earlier this year for £1. As a community council we do not have a central meeting place in which we can display information relevant to our wards, so we have decided to trial using the telephone box as our community information hub. So during the summer the telephone box had a makeover, replacement panes were installed and brambles were removed from inside and around the kiosk. The kiosk was painted by an intrepid band of councillors, in post office red and one of our residents has kindly installed a set of shelves. The council has published seven walk leaflets and these are all available in the telephone box or can be downloaded from our website. A notice board will be available for information pertaining to the area. Please contact us if you have any information you may wish to display (see the contacts section). 

Public Access Defibrillators

posted on Wednesday 12 November 2014 - 13:05:37
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Heart defibrillators available for emergency public use in the case of cardiac arrest are available in several locations in the Usk area, including The Three Salmons Hotel Usk (24 hour access), Usk Centenary Scout Hut (24 hour access) Usk Primary School (school hours only), Usk Rugby Club, Little Mill Village Hal, MCC Offices at The Rhadyr Usk, and the Old dis-used phone box in Llandenny Village.
When a 999-call is made to the Welsh Ambulance Service to attend a cardiac arrest, the service can tell you the location of the nearest defibrillator. You can then use the defibrillator to try and resuscitate the patient whilst the ambulance service vehicle is making its way to the call.

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