Notice of Election - Pensarn Ward
An election is to be held for one Community Councillor for Conwy (Pensarn).
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World Clean Up Day Saturday 21st September.
Conwy Town Council organised a litter pick on Conwy Morfa Beach 10am – 1pm to help support World Clean Up Day.
It was a great success and we filled around 20 bags of waste from Conwy Morfa Beach and surrounding area.
The Mayor of Conwy and Constable of the Castle, Cllr. Goronwy Edwards led the litter pick with Councillor Evie Roberts as Leader, along with other fellow Councillors, Friends and Family, also we had the help of the 1st Conwy Scouts and Cubs, 2nd Deganwy Beaver Scouts, Llandudno Junction Guides, and many local residents.
Conwy County Borough Council helped by lending litter picking equipment and came to collect the bags at the end of the event.
The Town Council would like to give a warm thanks to all who took part in the event.
World Clean Up Day 2019
Conwy Town Council are supporting World Clean Up Day with a beach clean on
September 21st 10am – 1pm.
Please email if you wish to take part or turn up on the day to collect your leaflet and equipment.
Open Doors 2019
Conwy Town Council is taking part in the “Open Doors” Event again this year. The Guildhall, Rose Hill Street, Conwy will be open to the public free of charge on Saturday 14th September 2019, 10am to 4pm and again on Sunday 15th September 2019, 10am to 4pm. Come along to visit this beautiful building with all its impressive Art & Furniture collections. Councillor Vicky Macdonald is providing historical information regarding the Mulberry harbours at Conwy, throughout both days.
Wales Council for Voluntary Action
WCVA More opportunities for Active Inclusion Funding to 2022
WCVA is pleased to confirm that the next phase of Active Inclusion funding is now open to applications and will continue to be open for applications for the next few years.
In good news for the third sector in Wales, it’s very much business as usual, but the length of eligible projects has now been extended so they can be delivered up to June 2022.
The Active Inclusion Fund aims to help organisations improve the employability of disadvantaged people who need extra assistance to access the labour market. It does this by offering supported employment placements, funded training opportunities and skills and confidence building activities.
Organisations that have previously completed an Eligibility Questionnaire and are on the Approved Beneficiaries List are already eligible to apply. The grant application form has also been updated to make the process easier.
Tessa White, Head of IB Grant & Verification at WCVA, said ‘We’ve had great success with the current Active Inclusion programme to date and want to emphasise that whatever happens with Brexit, these projects can be delivered until June 2022, so we would encourage anyone who’s interested to apply.’
There are four rounds:
West Wales & the Valleys 25+
West Wales & the Valleys Youth
East Wales 25+
East Wales Youth
For more information on the fund and how to apply, take a look at the Active Inclusion Fund webpages at www.wcva.org.uk/activeinclusion or contact a member of the team on firstname.lastname@example.org or ring the team on 0300 111 0124.
Civic Sunday, Conwy - Sunday 21st July 2019
The Mayor of Conwy and Constable of the Castle, Councillor Goronwy Edwards will attend Divine Service at the Church of St Mary and All Saints, Conwy at 11am on Sunday 21st July 2019.
Before the service begins the Mayor, fellow Councillors, Dignitaries and local groups will be led in procession by Menai Bridge Band.
The Procession will assemble at Conwy Quay making its way up High Street to the Church. The procession will depart at approximately 10.45am with arrival due at St Mary’s for the Service at 11am.