13/02/2023 Glasinfyr Ward - Casual Vacancy
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a casual vacancy in the office of councillor in Glasinfryn ward on Pentir Community Council.
An election will be held to fill the vacancy if a request in writing for an election which includes the signatures of ten electors of the said ward is sent to: The Returning Officer, Gwynedd Council, Council Offices, Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL55 1SH within the period ending at 12 noon on Friday, 24 February, 2023.
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11/11/2019 Croesawu ar y cyngor! (Welsh only)
Yn dilyn cyfnod o hysbysebu, pleser yw eich hysbysu y penodwyd Mrs Eleri Jones yn gynghorydd yn sgil sedd wag yn dilyn ymddiswyddiad Mr Richard Jones. Brodores o Benrhosgarnedd yw Eleri bellach, ond yn ferch ffarm yn enedigol o Dregaron, Ceredigion yn wreiddiol. Wedi iddi ymfudo i’r gogledd yn 1986, bu’n blismones yn Heddlu Gogledd Cymru gan wasanaethu ardaloedd Bangor a Sir Fon. – braf iawn felly yw ei chroesawu ar y cyngor!
14/10/2017 Welcome to our new Councillor
Following our recent advertising campaign regarding a vacancy to represent the Glasinfryn Ward, we can announce that one declaration of interest was received and the council agreed to accept that application at their last meeting. It is therefore with great pleasure that we can announce that Mr James Griffiths of Waen Wen, Caerhun has been co-opted as a councillor representing the Glasinfryn Ward. James is no stranger to the role of councillor as he has previously represented the Glasinfryn Ward for numerous years in the past – Welcome back James!
01/09/2017 A Fond Farewell to a Hard-working and Devoted Councillor
At the last council meeting it was with great sadness that a resignation letter was received from Councillor Anwen Thomas. Born and brought up in Rhyd y Groes, Pentir, Anwen served the council for nearly twenty years (if not longer!) and worked tirelessly for her community. Anwen will soon be moving from her home in Pentir - but not too far, we hope. Her departure is a great loss for the council and her shoes will be very difficult to fill indeed. Councillors would like to thank Anwen for her valuable contribution over the years and wish her all the very best in her new home and for the future.