Llanfoist Fawr Community Council is the local Community Council for Llanfoist, Llanellen and Govilon. It consists of thirteen elected representatives. A Community Council is the elected tier of local government which is closest to the people. It represents the interests of the community and can influence other decision makers such as the Planning Authority (Brecon Beacons National Park) and the Unitary Authority, (Monmouthshire County Council) through its role as statutory consultee. It also has powers to provide amenities, such as:
Community Centres - Salisbury Community Hall, Govilon and Llanellen Village Hall, plus
Recreation Grounds - Centenary Field, Llanfoist (including Llanfoist Multi Use Games Area), Old School Meadow - Llanfoist, Owain Glyndwr Playing Field - Llanellen and the King George V Playing Field - Govilon (including the Govilon Sports Pavilion).
Its objective is to protect and enhance the locality and help build a strong community.
The council exists to serve you. Our friendly team of dedicated councillors have a reputation for accessibility. We administer more services than you probably realise. If you have any questions or problems please contact the Clerk of the Council.