Henllanfallteg Community Council

Henllanfallteg is a Community (civil parish in England). It is one of the seventy three Communities that make up the county of Carmarthenshire. It was formed in 1930 mainly by amalgamating the old parishes of Llanfallteg East, Llanfallteg West and Henllan Amgoed and a very small part of Llangan. The current Community Council was created at the same time, with the former council of Llanfallteg and Henllan Amgoed being amalgamated.

Our Community Councillors are listed on the Council Members page.  There are two vacancies currently. If you are interested in contributing and becoming a councillor, please do be in touch with the clerk.

Full details are on the notice.

Communications with HCC should be directed to the Clerk – clerk@henllanfallteg.org

[Note that the clerk has a new email address – for the time being, the old email address will divert]

Community Council Meetings

The Community Council meets on the third Monday of every other month commencing at 7 pm in The Millennium Hall, Llanfallteg – so that is January, March, May, July, September and November.

Additional meetings are held as and when business demands. Meetings of the Community Council are public.  Members of the public may attend in person or via Zoom (telephone or online access).  The Zoom access details will be posted here before the meeting.  Notice of the meeting is posted on the board outside the Millennium Hall.

The Agenda for the next community council meeting will be posted on the Millennium Hall notice

board and here on the Community Council Agenda page three clear days before the next meeting.


This page is also available in: Welsh