Welcome to Glyntraian Community Council's website. We hope you will find it a useful source of information.

Glyntraian News

The regular meetings of Glyntraian Community Council will take place on the first Wednesday of each month except August.

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New Councillors

At the council meeting on 4th July 2018 Robin Boston and Michael Ingle were co-opted as councillors.

Councillor and Community Agent Surgeries

Surgeries are held on the Saturday prior to Community Council meetings at the OJMH 10:00 - 12:00.

Open to all residents of Glyntraian to raise issues / seek information/ have an informal chat with a community councillor or the Community Agent.

Glyntraian Community Agent

 Our Community Agent is Davena Davies. She is eager to connect with members of the community.

 Glyntraian Community Council provides this free service to people aged 50 or over who need help accessing local services. For more information about the service click the link English | Cymraeg.

 Tel:  07496 597894

Pontfadog Play Area 

Community Coffee Mornings

Come along to the next coffee morning in the Oliver Jones Memorial Hall in Dolywern most Monday morning (except Bank holidays) between 10.00 am and noon. Please pop in for a friendly chat over coffee and a selection of hot and cold snacks

Thanks to a £30,000 WREN grant to Glyntraian Community Council, and following on from all the hard work by the Playground Group the playground at Pontfadog was officially opened by Welsh Rugby International, Rupert Moon in August 2016. We are pleased to report there are many children and young people in our community enjoying this fantastic facility.

Superfast broadband is available at the Oliver Jones Memorial Hall!

Available free of charge to all users of the hall.

Emergency Contacts

In an emergency call 999.
Use 101 for Police non-emergency calls. The PCSOs for the Ceiriog Valley are:

PCSO 2532 Martin Griffiths Tel: 01978 348305 Mobile: 07854337302 and

PCSO 2961 Dean Sawyer   Tel: 01978 348305 Mobile: 07896172204.

You may also use 112 as an alternative to 999. 112 is now used in all European Union countries to contact the emergency services. Tell the operator which emergency service you require.

Never make a false call - you risk the lives of others and it is against the law. You can be traced immediately to the phone where the call came from.

Wrexham County Borough Council emergency numbers can be found here.

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