NEWS

_MG_8269.jpg

April, 2022

NOTICE OF UNCONTESTED ELECTION

Blaenavon East.jpg
Blaenavon West.jpg
wide blaenavon view small.png

February, 2022

COUNCIL INCREASES PRECEPT TO SUSTAIN SERVICES

As part of the required budget setting process for 2022/23, the Town Council has agreed to increase the precept, we take from local residents to ensure we can sustain the valued services we deliver in the community.

YOUR TOWN NEEDS YOU!
CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED TO RECRUIT NEW COUNCILLORS.

January, 2022

One Voice Wales, which represents the interests of and provides training and good practice standards for Wales’s town and community councils, has published a video to encourage people to stand in this May’s local elections. 

woman holding a camera to her eye.jpg

PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION HAS WORLD HERITAGE THEME

October, 2020

November 30 marks the 20th anniversary of Blaenavon achieving World Heritage Status, and to celebrate, the Council’s 2020 photography competition will have a World Heritage theme.

96870426_886142205200131_469049581215573

BLAENAVON TO BECOME WALES’ FIRST SWIFT-FRIENDLY TOWN

11 May, 2020

An endangered bird species will hopefully be making a comeback in Blaenavon, thanks to a Town Council project to try to increase their habitats.

_MG_7988.jpg
IMG_20200408_101607.jpg

LOCAL COMPANIES STEP IN WITH FUNDING

FOR EMERGENCY FOOD SUPPLIES

20th April, 2020

Three of Blaenavon’s main employers have made generous donations of almost £2,500 to ensure local residents in need had emergency food parcels over the Easter weekend.

a4 poster flyer mockup.jpg

CLOSURE OF OFFICES

23rd March 2020

Please note that the Blaenavon Town Council offices will be closed for the foreseeable future due to the Coronavirus. Virtual Council meetings are now going ahead. Please see agendas for forthcoming meetings. The Council can still be contacted via email blaenavontc@btconnect.com

kev-em.jpg

TOWN COUNCIL GOES SHOPPING

FOR FOOD BANK SUPPLIES

17 March, 2020

 Blaenavon Town Council has purchased essential food and toiletries to bolster current supplies at the town’s food bank.