Did you know that Llanfairfechan Town Council host a Meet & Greet session 11am - 12 every Monday on the Lloyd Hughes Room?  This is a great opportunity to meet members of the Town Council, village organisations, friends and neighbours.  Come and join us! 


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2017 SPORTS AWARDS  - The awards are designed to recognise and honour the talented people, coaches and volunteers in Llanfairfechan.  There were no nominations for the Junior Award 2017-2018.  The Senior Sports Personality award was won by 
Jacob Griffiths for his excellent  work with  junior football  in Llanfairfechan. 

s137 Grant to Local Organisations - The following organisations have benefited from the s137 Grant and cheques were presented at a Reception after the 6th December Town Council Meeting:
2nd Llanfairfechan Guides £250
1st Llanfairfechan Brownies £250
Llanfairfechan Bowling Club £250
Llanfairfechan & North Wales Croquet Club £250
Llanfairfechan Short Mat Bowling Club - £250
Llanfairfechan Playgroup £250
Saturplay £250
Horeb Parent & Toddlers Group £250

Fireworks Display Friday 3rd November 2017
Apologies were expressed to the large number of spectators disappointed with the cancellation at short notice on the 3rd November 2017.  A collection was made for the Mayor's charities and raised £279.  A second event held on Monday 6th November was highly successful with a fantastic display taking place.

Remembrance Sunday Service 12th November 2017 was very well attended and 29 wreaths were laid at the cenotaph. See picture at the top of this section. 

Walk for Life held on Sunday 23 April 2017 - sponsored walk to raise funds for Kidney Wales. Thanks to all who supported this event and took part in the walk.  A total of  £426.24 has been raised. 

CONSULTATION RESPONSE ON PROMENADE CAR PARK - Town Council printed 1,500 consultation letters.  Delivery was by hand with the goodwill of Town Councillors and help of volunteers.  The Co-op Store and the Community Library agreed to have leaflets and collection boxes.  Response could either be by return of hard copy or via email. 580 responses were returned.  Plus 21 spoiled/incomplete.  Of the 580 responses 52 were received via email.  Responses signed by 2 0r more have been counted as individual votes. Three residents were unable to respond as they felt that both options were not acceptable or insufficient information had been supplied.
OPTION 1 Pay & Display- 309 (53.3%)
OPTION 2 Free Parking Proposal - 271 (46.7%)
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