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The Community Council

Felinheli Community Council is a democratic body that discusses every kind of local matter – from dog fouling to the local housing market; from parking problems to public footpaths. The council is a member of Un Llais Cymru, the representitive body for community councils in Wales. 12 members are elected to the Council every four years. Money is received from taxes and this money is spent on a variety of things including keeping and maintaining a number of public footpaths, the cemetery and the Felinheli Memorial Hall.

The Council has a handbook which explains the Council’s work in more detail. The meetings are held in the Community Room in th Memorial Hall on the second Tuesday of each month (exept for August) and the public is welcome to come along to listen and discuss. Records are made every month.

It’s possible to contact the clerk, Mrs Heather Lynne Jones, via e-mail:

The village has a new representative in Gwynedd Council which is the County Councillor. Elections were held in May 2008 for seats in the County Council. Sian Gwenllian was elected unopposed.

2008 – 2009 Improvements A

2008 – 2009 Improvements B



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