Gower Community Councils

Map of Gower Community Councils



Did you know that the Gower Community Councils' website is open for all Community Councils in the Swansea area to join? If your Community Council is not currently represented and you think that they should be, then why not lobby your Councillors? For more information speak to Lynda (chair of the website group) on 01792 234316.

Welcome to the Gower Community Councils' web site. We hope you enjoy your visit, and that you find what you're looking for. We strive to provide the most up-to-date information available and welcome any comments you have about our web site. Readers should be aware that each council is responsible for their own pages and they are solely responsible for keeping them up to date.

The aim of this site is to provide local people and visitors to the area with information. You can explore the links on this page to find information about each of the Gower Councils, such as:-

  • finding your local councillor
  • read the minutes of the council meetings
  • check the dates of the council meetings
  • check what's on the agenda
  • review planning applications

Remember also that council meetings are open to members of the public.

All councils are signed up to the Freedom of Information Act and all information is available form the relevant clerk.

Also available are links to the many important documents from the Welsh Assembly Government and the City and County of Swansea Council plans and strategies etc.

The Gower Peninsula has a wonderful and varied landscape and was the first place in Britain to be designated as an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' (AONB) by the Countryside Agency. The peninsula surrounded by the Bristol Channel and the Atlantic Ocean, has become a haven for a wide variety of wildlife, birds and vegetation.

Scattering the landscape are historic reminders of the past. From castles, medieval churches, iron age fortifications, and prehistoric standing stones. All this against an awe-inspiring natural backdrop of hills, valleys, beaches, cliff tops, commons, woodland, dunes, marshes and caves. A vast populated history, stretching back as far as the Lower Palaeolithic times (250,000 BC), with long-established stories, whether they are folklore, legend or fact, are plentiful and furnish the rich and delightful tapestry of Gower.

Disclaimer
The Councils have made every effort to provide information which is accurate and up to-date. However they cannot accept any responsibility for any loss, damage or inconvenience which may result from use of this site.
Our web pages may offer links to other websites when appropriate in good faith. This authority will not accept liability for the display of incorrect information or for any adverse incidents which may arise after linking to those sites.

The content of the individual Community Council pages is solely the responsibility of that Community Council.

Virus Issues
The Councils make every effort to virus check the files available for downloading on this site, but cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage which may happen from the use of downloaded material. We recommend that users re-check all downloaded material with their own virus check software


 

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