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Friday, September 30, 2022

Firefighter James is driven through town on his final journey

* James's funeral cortege, escorted by a fire engine, makes its way along Castle Street and on to Mill Street.  

* The fire engine escort heads for the bridge.

* A group of people wait on the corner to pay their respects to James.

Fellow firefighters from Llangollen escorted one of their colleagues who died last month on his "final shout" earlier this lunchtime (Friday).  

James Rush passed away with malignant melanoma at the age of 39 in August leaving a wife and young daughter.

And the family chose a route for the funeral cortege which started from the fire station and went along the A5 and Castle Street where people could pay their respects to him as a Llangollen-based fire engine, manned by his friends, accompanied him on his last journey to Pentrebychan. 

James had been diagnosed with metastatic melanoma in 2020, having previously had a malignant mole removed in 2013, after which he had been given the all-clear. 

* James Rush with daughter Jess, now aged two-and-a-half.

He regularly checked his skin and monitored his moles, but as the melanoma had spread to his lymph nodes and organs, it was a persistent cough that led to the diagnosis.

His wife Jen said: “James’ latest scan had been clear and we were cautiously looking forward to the future and what we hoped might have been a few cancer-free years. 

"The discovery that the melanoma had spread to his brain and the speed at which it took his life – just 10 weeks from the brain scan - has been a shock for us all, and is a reminder of just how deadly the disease is.

"He trained to drive the engine, which he loved, and Ben Lloyd, the watch manager, said he had a real impact on the people he met during his time in the service."

Susanna Daniels, CEO of Melanoma Focus, a charity which James supported, said: “We are hugely saddened by the tragic loss of our friend and supporter, James Rush.

"James designed our fantastic melanoma awareness posters for our 2022 national campaign which featured in service stations across the UK. He also helped us shape our updated patient information explaining melanoma and various treatment options. 

"We will always be hugely grateful and endeavour to continue to raise awareness and fund research to improve the lives of people with melanoma.”

* Donations to Melanoma Focus in lieu of flowers are welcomed by the family and friends of James. You can pay tribute and make a donation online here: Tribute to James Rush, 1983 - 2022 (

Llangollen Railway facing shortage of volunteers

Despite facing a shortage of volunteers Llangollen Railway still managed to steam to success over the past month.

Figures show that passenger numbers for September are running at over 60% of what was budgeted. 

But, in common with other similar heritage attractions, the railway is short of people to devote their time and energies to helping them operate.

And last weekend, for the first time this season, it was forced to a cancel a train because of a lack of crew. 

Spokesperson Terry Pickthall explained: "Like many other heritage railways, we make no secret of being short of volunteers, especially mid-week. 

"We also recognise we need to work harder to look after and retain existing volunteers as well as attracting new ones. Our Santa trains need more and urgent support. 

"No prior experience is necessary, just a love of Christmas, working with people and ideally liking a bit of Christmas dressing up, whether it’s as the Great Man himself, an elf or even just a bit of tinsel around your hat and helping show people to their seats. 

"If busy crowds aren’t your thing then there’s loads of other things to do. Our beautiful stations at Llangollen and along the line need decorating for Christmas. They are also crying out for more TLC - painting, gardening or even a bit of DIY and building work. We provide full training for whatever you choose to get involved with too."

Terry added: "We have an excellent Volunteer Liaison Team ready to support anyone wanting to give working with us a try. Interested folk can visit and should also keep a look out for one of Volunteer Recruitment days, which we will be running next season."

Terry added: "Despite these challenges, we have had a very successful season. Passenger numbers for September so far are over 60% what we budgeted. We managed to run a very successful diesel weekend earlier this month too, with three trains in use. 

"Next weekend (October 8 and 9) sees our very popular Heritage Railcar Weekend, which includes an evening train and hotpot supper. Tickets for our November “Ride the Rocket” firework train also sold out in record time. 

"Last Friday was the first time all season that we’ve had to a cancel a train because we were short of crew. This is no mean feat given how much midweek running we have done."

Thursday, September 29, 2022

Police appeal to help find missing teenager

* Missing: Ellis Clegg.

Cheshire Police have put out an appeal to help find a vulnerable 16-year-old with links to Llangollen.

Ellis Clegg was reported missing on Wednesday August 17 after last being seen around 1.30pm at Lime Street Station in Liverpool City Centre. 

He is said to have links to the Runcorn area of Cheshire, the Llangollen area of North Wales, Newton-Le-Willows in Merseyside and Grimsby in Humberside.

Police say they are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare.

He is described as a white male, around 5ft 8in tall, of slim build, with brown eyes and brown hair.

When last seen he was wearing a black t-shirt, black trousers and a dark blue hooded coat.

Chief Inspector Andrew Blizard said: “Sadly we know that Ellis does often go missing, but it’s important to remember that he’s just a child and is extremely vulnerable.

“As the days go by without us locating Ellis we are becoming ever more concerned that he may come to harm.

“We would urge everyone to think about how they would feel if their family member was missing for so long - please help us to find him. We just want to make sure he is safe as I’m sure you would too.”

* Anyone who has seen Ellis or knows of his whereabouts is asked to contact Cheshire Constabulary online or by calling 101 and quoting IML 1344925.

History talk at Llangollen Museum tomorrow

The following event is at Llangollen Museum, tomorrow (Friday) September 30, at 7.30pm.

Entrance of £3 on the door includes tea/coffee. 

Castle Street business creates extra job with new shop

* The new shop next door to ProAdventure in Castle Street.

* The interior of the new shop.

Owners of a Llangollen clothing and outdoor equipment shop reckon they now offer the largest selection of a top brand in two regions - and have opened extra premises to house it.

Its new shop next door to ProAdventure in Castle Street has also allowed the business to create another job.

Paramo is a British brand, which is Fairtrade, PFC free and popular with walkers, mountaineers and mountain rescue teams across the UK.

And ProAdventure's Pete and Lesley Carol believe they now offer the biggest Paramo Waterproof selection in North East Wales and the Marches.

They said: "We have more than doubled our Paramo clothing range and provided it with its own shop next door to our main Llangollen shop.

"The new shop has also enabled us to create another local job, paid at the Real Living Wage rate.

"Paramo use a pump liner, rather than a membrane of forever chemicals. The DWR, durable water repellency is PFC. Paramo waterproofs are fully repairable and just last and last."

The couple added: “We have been proud to sell Paramo clothing for many years, an effective clothing system for the Walker and Mountaineer in UK conditions. All our staff use and appreciate Paramo clothing in their adventures.

"We take time to make sure your new boots fit you before leaving our shop, checking your foot size and matching it to your boots and making sure the fit is right for you.

"We stock standard and wide fit boots and shoes from Meindl of Germany, Oboz from Bozeman Ohio and Grisport of Italy, along with insoles from Superfeet and Grangers, Socks from UK Brands Bridgedale and Horizon plus footwear care from Oboz, Nikwax, Grangers and Meindl. All Oboz boots come with a Free care kit while stocks last."

* See ProAdventure – Ethics and the Environment at:

Stalls on offer at this year's Christmas Festival

Llangollen Christmas Festival Committee has sent out the message below: 

Free tourism forum planned for October 5

* Llangollen Canal is a key tourism feature of the county.

Businesses are being invited to a free tourism forum this October. 

The Denbighshire Tourism Forum takes place on Wednesday, October 5 at the Oriel House, St Asaph, from 10.30am-1.30pm. 

The forum provides an opportunity for delegates to hear about the latest developments and meet other like-minded businesses and share experiences. 

Keynote speaker is Graham Boase, who will be providing a chief executive’s view of tourism in Denbighshire County Council. 

He will be followed by Tom Barham, Chief Officer of Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council, who will be discussing the recruitment and retention of volunteers. 

The third and final speaker is Anna Taylor, owner of Chilly Cow ice cream, who will be telling the story of this family business and how it’s gone from strength to strength since it established in 2014. 

Ian Lebbon, Chair of Denbighshire Destination Management Partnership, said: “The forum is a great platform for everyone in the sector to get together and share their knowledge, ideas and plans to ensure sustained future tourism growth. It’s not only for tourism businesses, it’s a good opportunity for students and anyone with an interest in tourism to hear from industry experts.” 

Tourism plays a vital part in Denbighshire’s economy, with a total economic impact in 2021 of over £432 million, and over 4 million visits made to the county.

* A variety of information stands will be present including Clwydian Range & Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Business Wales, North Wales Tourism, Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod and Working Denbighshire. Book your free Tourism Forum place here -

Skates warns of 'terrible consequences' at hands of UK Government

Member of the Senedd Ken Skates (pictured) has expressed his fears for the ‘terrible consequences in store for us all’ at the hands of a UK Government he branded the most right-wing in modern history.

During Trefnydd Lesley Griffiths’ Business Statement in the Senedd on Tuesday (September 27), Mr Skates said: “I’d be very grateful for a statement regarding the economy. It’s pretty clear now that the UK Government, and the Chancellor in particular, has lost control of the UK's economy, with terrible consequences in store for us all. 

“Could we have a statement, please, from the Economy Minister, specifically concerning businesses and the likely consequences for Welsh businesses of a plummeting pound, soaring interest rates and also rocketing inflation?” 

On Friday, Mr Gething had tweeted: “The Tory policy to deal with the cost of living crisis: handouts for the wealthy, hardship for working people. They've failed to grow the economy, and now after 12 years the mask has fully slipped - this is an economic package that would make Thatcher wince.” 

Ms Griffiths told Clwyd South MS Mr Skates: “I absolutely agree with you. I think to give the rich tax cuts is not policy that most people would think was very sensible, and clearly there are many concerns you can see right across the markets, and the international markets too just really have lost confidence and trust in the UK Government. 

“I will certainly ask the Minster to bring forward a statement at the appropriate time, but I think it's really important we give the Minster time to have those discussions with the UK Government.” 

After proceedings, Mr Skates added: “It’s becoming clearer and clearer each day that this is the most right-wing UK Government in modern history. The latest incarnation isn’t even bothering to try and hide its true colours. As usual, the rich will get richer while the majority of British people suffer.”

Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Leader carries tribute to 'incredible' Llangollen man

* William Jones pictured in the Leader tribute.

The Leader has carried a tribute to an "incredible" Llangollen man who lost his brave battle with cancer. 

The story says that, for a year, William Jones fought stage four Cholangiocarcinoma - a rare cancer affecting the bile ducts.

Sadly, on September 16, the 60-year-old former naval officer and firefighter died.

* For the full story, see:

Council prepares to administer winter fuel payments

Denbighshire County Council will be administering the Welsh Government’s winter fuel payments scheme to assist households financially with their increasing energy costs. 

The Government has made £90 million available to support households across Wales and eligibility for the scheme has been extended to allow more households to qualify for the £200 payments. 

The following benefits will qualify customers for the Winter Fuel Scheme: 

  • Council Tax Reduction Scheme (CTRS)
  • Income Support
  • Income Based Job Seekers Allowance
  • Income Related Employment and Support Allowance
  • Universal Credit
  • Working Tax Credits
  • Child Tax Credits
  • Pension Credit
  • Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
  • Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
  • Attendance Allowance
  • Carers Allowance[1]
  • Contributory Based/New Style Jobseekers Allowance
  • Contributory Based/New Style Employment and Support Allowance
  • Armed Forces Independence Payment
  • Constant Attendance Allowance
  • War Pension Mobility Supplement 

If a householder (or their partner) who is liable for the fuel costs does not receive any of the qualifying benefits, the householder should be determined/considered as eligible for a payment if they have a qualifying person living with them. 

A person meets the definition of a qualifying person if they: 

  • Occupy the householder’s home as their primary residence; and
  • Are a dependent child or another adult living with the householder (or their partner); and,
  • They receive one of the following benefits between 1 September 2022 and 31 January 2023: 
    • Attendance Allowance
    • Disability Living Allowance
    • Personal Independence Payment
    • Armed Forces Independence Payment
    • Constant Attendance Allowance
    • War Pension Mobility Supplement 

Customers can claim whether they pay for their fuel on a pre-payment meter, by direct debit, or whether they have on or off-grid fuel. 

This scheme is in addition to Welsh Government’s fuel voucher scheme, the Cost of Living £150 payment and the unpaid carers payment. 

The scheme will be open for applications on the 26 September 2022, with payments expected to be made in October 2022.

Councillor Gwyneth Ellis, Denbighshire County Council’s Lead Member for Finance, Performance and Strategic Assets, said: “We are pleased to be working with Welsh Government to roll-out the payment programme in Denbighshire. 

Where a resident has previously been awarded a Cost of Living payment there is no need to complete an application form as we will be issuing an automatic payment, with circa 5,400 payments being issued this week.

“Our aim is for the process to work as smoothly as possible and we would ask residents who may wish to apply to get their applications submitted,” said a council spokesperson. 

* Information on the winter fuel payments, as well as the application form can be found at:

Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Urgent message from Town Clerk

Message from the Town Clerk 

Due to unforeseen circumstances the Chamber cannot be used for this evening’s Ordinary meeting of the Town Council. At 6.00 pm.

The meeting will take place via Microsoft Teams remote conferencing software using the following link:

Llangollen Food Festival to come to heart of town


Cheers: Pip Gale is hosting a mini beer festival at Gales Wine Bar on the day. 

Llangollen Food Festival will be serving up a host of tasty treats from the heart of the town next month.

The popular annual event regularly attracts thousands of hungry visitors from across the UK looking to sample both new and traditional experiences in food and drink.

Up to now it has been based at the town’s International Pavilion but this year the festival will be coming from a variety of venues in the centre of Llangollen when it is held on Saturday, October 15.

An array of around 40 stand-holders will be waiting to show off their mouth-watering products, ranging from the best in home-grown Welsh artisan delicacies to Bolivian street food, at the Town Hall, in the main entrance to Llangollen Steam Railway and also at Gales Wine Bar.

As has become traditional with one of Wales’s premier food festivals there will also be some exciting hands-on attractions on offer, including local experts giving the kids – and adults too – the chance to test their skills at making cupcakes or creating a clay masterpiece on a real potter’s wheel.

And throughout the day there will be live music from bands and choirs playing out from the town square.  

One of the event’s key organisers Pip Gale, of Gales Wine Bar, said: “When Covid scuppered our plans to return to our usual base at the Eisteddfod Pavilion last year, we put our heads together and decided to hold a ‘bite-sized’ festival in the heart of Llangollen.

“Over two days, hundreds of people popped into Gales’ Wine Garden to browse stalls from local food producers and artists and then enjoyed a drink in the autumn sun. We loved how our festival brought people together with local businesses in a time that was tough for everyone.

“People enjoyed it so much we have decided to do much the same this year and so we’ll be back in the centre of Llangollen again for 2022, with more venues and even more to enjoy at an action packed one-day festival.

“Like previous festivals, we will have our usual mix of interesting exhibitors but we’ll also introduce some new producers, speakers and demonstrations - and there will be plenty of live music for people to enjoy.”

On October 15, the festival will be open to the public from 10am until 5pm at its various locations, each of which will each feature a wide spectrum of food and drink stands.

Gales Wine Bar will also be playing host to a mini beer festival within its new Garden area.

Throughout the day there will cooking be demonstrations from top local chefs.

The pot-throwing and cupcake-making experiences will be offered at the Town Hall.

After the main daytime event, people are invited back to the Town Hall from 6pm to challenge their senses with a special one-off tasting event from the experts of Wales’ own Penderyn Whiskey for which there will be a charge of £15 a head.     

Throughout the day there will be a selection of live outdoor entertainment in Llangollen’s centrepiece Centenary Square, including selections from Corwen ladies’ choir and local bands.

* For more details about Llangollen Food Festival, check out:



Instagram page: @LlangollenFoodFestival

Monday, September 26, 2022

Latest list of local roadworks

Latest local roadworks notified by Denbighshire County Council are: 

Jct A539 LLANGOLLEN ROAD SUN BANK 03/10/2022 07/10/2022 Gwaith BT/ BT Works MJ QUINN'S (SCOTT POWELL) LLANGOLLEN Goleuadau Traffig Dros Dro/ Temp Traffic Lights

OPPOSITE 3 HILL STREET HILL STREET 21/10/2022 21/10/2023 Gwaith ar Dwll Archwilio/ Man Hole Works MJ QUINN (DCC) LLANGOLLEN Ffordd ar Gau/Road Closure

Nr 4 VICARAGE ROAD until 28/09/2022 Gwaith Dwr / Water Works HAFREN DYFRDWY LLANGOLLEN Ffordd ar Gau/Road Closure

Outside THE HAND HOTEL CHURCH STREET 28/09/2022 30/09/2022 Gwaith Paentio / Painting Works QUANTUM TM (DCC) LLANGOLLEN Ffordd ar Gau/Road Closure

OS SERVICE RESERVOIR PUMP HOUSE FRON BACHE 10/10/2022 12/10/2022 Gwaith Dwr / Water Works AVOVE UTILITIES LLANGOLLEN Ffordd ar Gau/Road Closure

O/S THE HAND HOTEL CHAPEL STREET 28/09/2022 30/09/2022 Gwaith Paentio / Painting Works QUANTUM TM (DCC) LLANGOLLEN Atal Parcio / Parking Suspension

Growing local food event to be held on Wednesday

Community agriculture group Grow Llangollen has organised a special event for this Wednesday (September 28). 

The group was set with the aim of increasing the quantity and affordability of cultivated crops that are grown in and around Llangollen, and to increase the amount of local produce sold in the area.

It has secured funding from the UK Community Renewal Fund for a feasibility study which aims to research these issues and to work out what might be possible.  

The group is now working with members of ADAS Horticulture who have been appointed to produce the study, which we plan to use to apply for funding to implement the recommendations.  

Together, they are planning to run two public events to discuss the opportunities and barriers, as well as carrying out questionnaires and interviews. 

The first event is this Wednesday (October 28) at St Collen's Community Centre, between 2pm and 7pm. 

Grow Llangollen's Stephanie Mitchell said: "There will be a series of talks, discussions, and chances to talk to the experts from ADAS Horticulture, so if you’re interested in getting involved in food growing at any scale, from windowsill to farm, please come along. 

"You’re welcome to stay all day, or drop in when you can.  Local food refreshments will be provided through the day.

"The second event is a learning journey to Mostyn Kitchen Garden on Friday October 7. If you’re interested in joining us, please message us on Facebook.

"The more people that join in, the more useful the study will be in building a better project and attracting funding, so please come and get involved, or complete one of the questionnaires which will be found on our Facebook page, along with the programme for the Growing Local Food Forum."

She added: "There are very few fruits or vegetables grown commercially in the Llangollen area, and although some people grow at home or on allotments there is potential for far more to be produced.

"Growing more food locally has many benefits, including supporting the local economy and reducing food miles, increasing people’s skills and the possibility of additional income, and reconnecting people with food growing. 

"However, we know that there is a long waiting list for allotments in Llangollen, and that there are many other reasons why people might struggle to grow, and our aim is find out what the problems are and to try to find solutions to them."

Rotary puts out call for tractors to join first illuminated run

* Llangollen's first illuminated tractor run takes place on December 4.

Llangollen's new Rotary Club has put out an urgent call for tractors.

They are needed to be the stars of the town's first illuminated tractor run planned for Sunday December 4.

Recently-launched Vale of Llangollen Rotary has partnered with Llangollen and District Young Farmers Association to organise the event. 

Tractors will muster at 3.30pm at Llangollen Pavilion and will leave after the judging at 5pm. 

They will be officially waved off by Llangollen Mayor Councillor Paul Keddie and Rotary District Governor Paul Dutton.

* The route the tractor run will follow.

The route it will follow goes up Castle Street and on to the A5 through Froncysylte, Chirk, St Martins, Overton, Ruabon, Trevor and back to Llangollen.

A Rotary spokesperson said: "We are limiting ourselves to 30 tractors for our first run so please don’t delay in registering to avoid disappointment.

"Local farmers, please get behind this new attraction and charity fundraiser for the community.

"There will be a bucket collection by our marshals so please bring along some cash!"

Vale of Llangollen Rotary is ready to welcome individuals and couples of 18+ from the local community who want to be “people of action”.  

The club normally meets face-to-face, at the Liberty Tavern, 20 Market Street, Llangollen on Monday evenings at 7.30pm. Alternatively, people can join the meeting from wherever they are via the club's Zoom account connection.

* For more information on what the new style of Rotary has to offer contact Mike Lade on 07803 038858,, or see

Sunday, September 25, 2022

Llan people urged to nominate unsung heroes for national award


The First Minister has urged Llangollen people to put their nominations in for the 10th annual St David Awards before the closing date next month.

They are the national awards of Wales and recognise the phenomenal work carried out by extraordinary people across the country.

A shortlist of nominees for each category will be chosen by an independent, expert panel, which will be looking for people who have gone beyond the call of duty or carried out selfless acts to support the community.

The award categories are:

  • Critical Worker (Key Worker)
  • Environment Champion
  • Bravery
  • Community Spirit
  • Culture
  • Sport
  • Business
  • Innovation, Science and Technology
  • Young Person
  • First Minister's Special Award

First Minister Mark Drakeford said: “I’m delighted we have been able to celebrate Wales’ real heroes every year, for 10 years in the St David Awards.

“Nominations for this year’s awards are open – this is the perfect chance to nominate people who you believe deserve recognition, whether they are a friend, colleague, neighbour or family member.”

Last year’s winners included officers from South Wales Police who risked their lives attempting to save the life of a 92-year-old man trapped in a burning building; a team of engineers and students who developed a 3D printed jet respiratory support system to help during the pandemic and Daniel Lewis, who, at the age of 16 moved more than 25 tonnes of illicit waste from the Merthyr and Gelligaer Common as part of his campaign against fly-tipping.

* Nominations close on 31 October and can be made via the St David’s Awards website.


Saturday, September 24, 2022

Another chance to hear about area's new Rotary club

* Some of the new Vale of Llangollen Rotary team.

The area's new Rotary club is offering another chance for potential members to hear what it has to offer the town and valley communities.

It has an information evening planned for Monday October 24 at Liberty Tavern in Market Street, Llangollen, starting at 7.15.

The event is open to those that could not make the first launch meeting earlier this month where the club picked up nine new members.

Vale of Llangollen Rotary is a new and modern-style of Rotary designed to fit with family and work life. 

Membership lead for the new club, Mike Lade said: “Our style of club is very relaxed with no expensive meals to pay for each week that is focused on three things, having fun in each other’s company, carrying out our project in the community and raising funds to redistribute to organisations in our area and beyond.

"Our members come from all backgrounds and ages. Our aim is to reflect the community and be fully diverse so anyone of good character is welcome to contact us to find out more about the club and what it has to offer. 

"Presently we are 50/50 with men to women which is a great place to be in our equal world."

Club president John Clifford said: “We are looking for people over 18, that includes couples, from all backgrounds and experiences to build the team of like-minded people to work together to help communities. Why not find out what we can offer? A warm welcome awaits.”

The Vale of Llangollen meet at 7.15 for 7.30pm at the Liberty Traven and Wine Bar, 20 Market Street, Llangollen LL20 8PS on October 24, or any Monday evening.

* More information is available on Facebook @valeofllangollenrotary, contacting Mike on 07803 038858, via email at or through the website

Friday, September 23, 2022

Town clerk apologises for incorrect council meeting dates

Llangollen's Town Clerk has apologised for any confusion caused by the incorrect postings of meeting dates earlier this due to "an administrative error".

Gareth Thomas says a number of meetings have also had to be rearranged due to the recent national period of mourning and therefore a revised schedule of meetings for the Town Council is detailed below:


27 September 2022

Town Council

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


11 October 2022

Cittaslow Committee

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


18 October 2022

Town Council

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


25 October 2022

Asset Management Committee

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


15 November 2022

Town Council

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


22 November 2022

Human Resources Committee

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


20 December 2022

Town Council

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


17 January 2023

Town Council

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


24 January 2023

Asset Management Committee

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


31 January 2023

Cittaslow Committee

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


07 February 2023

Human Resources Committee

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


21 February 2023

Town Council

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


21 March 2023

Town Council

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


18 April 2023

Town Council

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


25April 2023

Asset Management Committee

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


02 May 2023

Cittaslow Committee

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


09 May 2023

Human Resources Committee

6.00 pm

Chamber (hybrid)


Schedule excludes Task and Finish Groups and Extraordinary Meetings.