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Croeso i Wefan Cyngor Cymuned Tregolwyn. Mae'r safle hwn wedi'i fwriadu i osod yn y parth cyhoeddus y busnes a gynhaliwyd gan y Cyngor ar ran trigolion ein Cymuned. Rydym yn gobeithio y byddwch yn ei chael hi'n ddiddorol! AMDANOM NI
It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen announces the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle.
Further announcements will be made in due course.
The Royal Family join with people around the World in mourning his loss.
Friday, 9 April 2021
The people and Community Council of Colwinston join in mourning the loss of the Duke.
Clapper Bridge and Well Area - progress report - see page link on left
St David's school latest - click on St David's section in left column. Proposed layout is shown in the Library.
The next meeting of the Council will be by Zoom on Monday the 19th of April 2021 at 7-00 pm.. See Next meeting page for details of how to connect.and the agenda..
Tair Croes - A number of villagers have been wondering about the development at Tair Croes, along the lane between Colwinston and Ewenny.
There are significant works taking place at this site, as part of the installation of a digestate lagoon. The Vale had granted a Certificate of Lawful Development (Ref. 2016/01293/LAW) for the works, meaning that they benefited from permitted development, and did not require planning permission. The lagoon is over 3.0 metres (which the Vale officer identifies as the height of the proposed lagoon). However, as the lagoon is further than 3.0 kilometres from the St. Athan aerodrome, it can be up to 12.0 metres in height, without requiring a planning application. At the time of his visit, the lagoon was no greater than approx. 6 metres in height. Therefore, the Vale officer’s investigation did not identify any breach of planning control and the case was closed.
Our understanding is that the waste is processed in Bridgend and brought to Tair Croes in tankers via Ewenny. We understand there will be no odour. The waste, in liquid form will be taken and spread on agricultural land. When we have more information we will update the website.
We have raised the question of noise particularly at weekends from this site and await a response.
Councillor Christine Cave, who represents us on the VOGC, produces a report each month. She has agreed we can publish it. See Library section.
Broadband and mobile phone news updated. See Broadband page.
Council tax - payment can be deferred, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Latest from the Vale re Covid 19 - see Coronavirus page
There are a number of changes to recycling and waste services: The VOGC are regularly changing the arrangements as and when conditions allow. eg the recycling centres are now open but only by making an appointment. Check the VOGC website regularly.
See our NEWS Page for recent village activities.