Bywyd yn y Cartref
Cyfraith a Threfu
Powys: Y Pryd Hynny a Nawr
Dinesig a Chymunedol
Cynghorwyr Cymuned a Swyddogion
Or unfed ganrif ar bymtheg hyd ddiwedd y bedwaredd ganrif
ar bymtheg roedd trefniadaeth eglwysig a dinesig y plwyfi o dan oruchwyliaeth
cyfarfodydd misol y festri. Wedi Deddf Llywodraeth Leol 1894, gwahanwyd gochwylion
y ddau a sefydlwyd y cyngor plwyf i ddelio âr ochr ddinesig. Yn
1974, gydag ad-drefnu llywodraeth leol, disodlodd y cyngor cymuned y cyngor
- As clerk to a local community
council there was much to do before a meeting at 7.30pm . . . The meeting
ended about 9.45 and then it was home by car to watch TV . . .
- After a snack lunch, I
settled down to prepare the minutes of Llanyre Community Council, of which
I am clerk.
. . photocopied notices for the next community council meeting, posted these
with Minutes of the last meeting to the councillors.
- . . . eat supper then
off to the village hall for our community council meeting at 7.30pm. Meeting
finished at 10.00pm.
- The next Community Council
meeting will be held on 2.10.02, which is an extra one because plans have
been submitted to the planning department in Llandrindod Wells for three wind
turbines at Pentre Tump. A public meeting is being held in New Radnor next
Monday and the extra meeting has been called because the Community Council
have to make their response by 9.10.02. Type the agendas out on the computer
and print them off. I haven't mastered printing envelopes so I write them
by hand. Each Community Councillor has the minutes of the last meeting included
with their agendas. By 4pm the job is completed.
An anti-turbine poster
near Pentre tump
- After work I went to a governors meeting in
Trefnanney Primary School where I
am a representative of Meifod community council, of which council I am the