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16 May 2018Grant Projects

The Community Council is able to access a variety of grant funding. Do you have an idea for a grant which might result in a stronger community, improvements to the village, help village groups etc. 
If so please provide your idea to the Clerk at colwinstoncc@gmail.com 

16 May 2018Dog Fouling

We have been informed by the Vale Council that a resident in Colwinston has recently been fined for allowing their dog to foul in the village. 

You will have all seen the leaflet asking people to be responsible dog owners. 

If you witness Dog Fouling please can you report it via the Vale Website - Report It function, or emailing or calling C1V at the Vale COuncil. Please provide as much information as possible regarding the identity of the dog, dog owner, area and date/time of fouling.  

17 April 2018Communication regarding Rubbish/Recycling Collection

County Councillor Cave has confirmed that she had complained to the Vale Council regarding the lack of communication regarding changes in rubbish/recycling collection, when collections are delayed or missed. She has suggested that this area act as a pilot area for a scheme to improve such communication

16 April 2018What to Flush down your loo!

What is allowed to be flushed down the sink, toilet or private foul drains?

Natural human waste (pee and poo), toilet paper, and wastewater from baths/showers, sinks, washing machines, and dishwashers.

The following items must not be disposed of down the drain, sink or toilet:

All facial, baby, cleaning and wet wipes (even those labelled flushable can cause blockages), sanitary products, nappies and cotton buds must be placed in the bin. These items are the main causes of blockages.

Fats, kitchen oil, and grease (known as FOG) and food waste also cause major blockages. Wipe out your pans and other greasy items with a kitchen towel before washing them. Put the kitchen towel in the bin and pour any used cooking oil into a container to dispose of or recycle it.

Do not jet-wash/brush items such as mud, grass, animal waste and other garden debris into an open manhole. These should be disposed of via garden waste bins/refuse bags.

Disposing of these items via the drain, sink or toilet is called sewer abuse and is seen as a criminal offence, under S111(1)(a) of the Water Industry Act 1991.

If you would like to speak to us about this issue, please give us a call on 0333 3000 001 or find out more by visiting our website www.letsstoptheblock.com.

 

We need your help to try and prevent further blockages – not only will it reduce the risk or sewer flooding to you and your neighbours, but will help keep the cost of your bill down. 

 

Thank you for your support.

 Dwr Cymru

 

06 April 2018M4 Jn 34-Airport Public Consultation

Notice of Public Consultation

M4 Junction 34 to A48 Sycamore Cross Transport Improvements

Tuesday, 17th April 2018 - 12pm to 7pm (drop in session)  at The Vale Hotel, Trecastle Suite, Hensol, CF72 8JY

Wednesday, 18th April 2018 – 10am to 5pm (drop in session) at Cottrell Park Golf Club, The Marquee, St Nicholas, CF5 6SJ

For further information please contact Clare Cameron on 01446 700111 or by email –junction34transportstudyconsultation@valeofglamorgan.gov.uk

 

 

 

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