Notice is hereby given that the next meeting of Ysceifiog Community Council will be held on Monday 18th September 2017 at Ysceifiog Village Hall commencing at 7.30pm.
We at the Ysceifiog Village Hall are having a look at making our services as Dementia Friendly as possible, and as a result we are being supported by the Alzheimers Society who are going to give us a Dementia Friends Session at the Village Hall on 2nd October at 7:30pm.
A Dementia Friends session is a 60 minute awareness session which provides information on what dementia is, how it effects people and the small things we can do to support people living with dementia in our communities.
So if you have a connection with the disease or are just interested, please feel free to come along.
Tŷ 2 llofft / 2 bedroomed house
Pris Fforddiadwy / Affordable purchase price = £105,000
Cynllun Rhan Berchnogaeth 70% / 70% Shared Ownership Scheme
Angen blaendal o 5% / 5% deposit required
Ceir fwy o wybodaeth ar ein gwefan / Further details on our website
Termau ac amodau yn berthnasol / Terms and conditions apply
Am fwy o fanylion, cysylltwch â/ For further details please contact:
Tîm Cartrefi Fforddiadwy, Grŵp Cynefin, 54 Stryd y Dyffryn, Dinbych. LL16 3BW
T: 0300 1112122 E: email@example.com W: www.grwpcynefin.org
On 3rd July, Flintshire County Council launched its consultation on its draft Active Travel Integrated Network Map proposals.
Please follow the link below to the consultation page:
The consultation, which will run from 3rd July to 24th September 2017, is an opportunity for the public to have their say on the proposals set out on the Integrated Network Map. You can respond to these consultation proposals by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
What happens next?
Consultation responses will be considered with a view to amending the proposals on the Map where it is deemed appropriate.
A Consultation Report will be published and the Integrated Network Map will be submitted to Welsh Government for approval by 3rd November 2017.
Hi, I live in New Zealand and I'm looking for James William Lewis who was born in Bangor, North Wales, in about 1852.
His father was a fisherman, Henry Lewis, and his mother was called Susanne.
James was my grandad and I would like to find his Welsh family.
Please can anyone help?
Collene Anderson (nee Lewis)
Alun School are looking for former students who can inspire and advise current pupils.
If you are a former student, please sign up to our alumni community by following the simple steps below:
1. Go to www.futurefirst.org.uk
2. Go to the 'Log in' tab
3. Click 'Leaving or former student sign up'
4. Type in 'Alun School'
Ysgol Licswm will be 170 years old this year - it was established as a British School in 1847. The school would like to celebrate this summer with an event for all past pupils, staff, and parents. If you have artifacts, photos, or memories we would really like you to get in touch so we can create an exhibition and organise the event .
Please email email@example.com or phone 01352 780455 even if it's just to say that you'd like to come and celebrate with us, so we can gauge the level of interest.
We have been informed that the installation of Superfast Broadband in now near completion.
It is also clear, however, that many outlying properties may not be able to access this service due to their distance from the new fibre optic network.
It has been highlighted to the Community Council the one option residents and businesses in these properties may wish to consider is the high-speed 4G mobile broadband services which are currently available from both "EE" and "3".