Lest We Forget – 11th November 2021 Service 14th November

 ST ATHAN – CHURCH SERVICE

                                                          St Athan Church

          09.45am  Doors open

                                                          10.00am   Service begins

                                                          10.40am   Service concludes

             ~~oOo~~

   ST ATHAN   MEMORIAL SERVICE

                                                          War Memorial

                                                          10.55am   Service begins

                                                          11.00am   Two-minute silence

Military Exercise 18th to 22nd October 2021

We have just been informed that as of 18th, the military will be carrying out a normal training exercise from St Athan, however there will be day and night time operations each day/night covering periods from 0730 until approximately 0600 concluding Friday morning.

This will be a very small training exercise, but you may notice an increase in flying activity during these periods.

Consultation – 20 mph!

The Welsh Government has announced that 20mph legislation will figure in this year’s legislative programme.

The public consultation on changing the default speed limit on residential streets from 30mph to 20mph is now open until 1st October 2021.  I know I have discussed this with many of you previously and the Council will be submitting a response.

You can find the public consultation here: https://gov.wales/proposal-reduce-speed-limit-20mph-residential-streets

You can find some more information here: https://gov.wales/20mph and here: https://gov.wales/safer-streets-save-lives

St Athan Village Summer Fete – Thank You:

ST. ATHAN COMMUNITY COUNCIL SUMMER FETE

4TH SEPTEMBER 2021

Dear Residents,

Thank you for supporting our inaugural fete last Saturday, which proved to be a great success. I hope you enjoyed the variety of reasonably priced stalls, entertainments and particularly the fine weather. We will look to repeat, and possibly extend, the event next year,

I’m pleased to advise that a total of £194.00 was raise from the raffle, which will be donated to local charities.

Listed below are unclaimed raffle prizes. Please check to see if you have won.  Prizes can be collected from the Community Council Office, Old School Community Centre, Church Lane, CF62 4PL Please contact us too make an appointment: Email: st.athan@btconnect.com

Ticket ColourTicket NumberPrize
Pink001 – 005£25 Voucher Three Horseshoes
Blue176 – 180Merlot Wine Bottle
Blue196 – 200Billy’s Kebab House
Blue216 – 220Body Care Collection
Blue241 – 2451ltr Bottle of Vodka
Blue246 – 250Table Mats
Blue276 – 280£25 Roost Voucher
Pink341 – 345Throw
Pink361 – 36510 x Can of Cider
Yellow446 – 450Avon Gift Set
Yellow451 – 455Gordon’s Pink Gin
Yellow491 – 495Scrapbook & Pens
Yellow561 – 565Avon Gift Set

Public Meeting Road Safety within St Athan Ward

Notice is Hereby Given:

That a public meeting is to be held on Tuesday 14th September 2021 at 7.30pm in the Old School Community Centre, Church Lane, CF62 4Pl

The purpose of the meeting is to update residents in respect of ‘Road Safety’ within St Athan Ward.

Covid Social Distancing

  • Face coverings are to be worn when entering/leaving the hall
  • Face coverings may be removed when sitting down
  • Attendees are to complete the visitor booking in sheet

Point of Contact:

Mr D Patterson
Clerk to the council.
St Athan Community Council
Old School Community Centre
Church Lane
St Athan
Vale of Glamorgan CF62 4PL


Email: st.athan@btconnect.com

Report from last meeting : Road Safety Meeting Report (6)

Community Groups Funding Opportunity Monmouthshire BS

Monmouthshire Building Society Charitable Foundation

Monmouthshire Building Society Charitable Foundation was founded in 2000 to support local community groups, organisations and good causes across south Wales and the south west of England.

The primary purpose of the foundation is to provide modest donations that will have a positive impact on the lives of disadvantaged or vulnerable people in our communities. 

The Society provides funding to the Charitable Foundation but the foundation operates independently from the Society through a Board of Trustees. 

Since 2000, the Charitable Foundation has contributed £305,504.07 to 513 local charities and organisations.

Community groups, initiatives and charities can apply for funding through the Monmouthshire Building Society website www.monbs.com or by popping into a local branch. Application criteria does apply.