FESTIVAL NEWS UPDATE.
We are the Cae will now be held on Sunday 30th May 2021
Ticket information as follows:
1. Ticket holders for the 2020 festival will be able to use their ticket for the new 2021 date.
2. Ticket hold…
Please scroll down to the bottom of the homepage to find useful links and contact details of useful organisations that can help you during the outbreak of Corona Virus.
For more information about the local lockdown restrictions please check our useful links page.
Community Council meetings are being held virtually until government advice allows us to meet again in person.
If you would like to join the meetings as an observer please contact the Clerk for details
If you or anyone that you know is in need of an emergency food parcel please contact The Clerk on 01978 840557.
There is a limited amount available and is to be used only by those who are
- isolating due to contracting th…
Pen-y-Cae Through the Seasons
Pen-y-Cae Community Council are holding a photography competition with the aim of creating a calendar to display your photographs of the local landscape and wildlife.
All proceeds rais…
As Arriva Busses have made it compulsory to wear some kind of face covering on all of their busses in Wales, they recognise that there are some people who are unable to do this for a variety of reasons. There is a secti…
We have recruited a new Community Agent to provide temporary cover for Ffion while she is on maternity leave. Her name is Rachael Hughes and she can be contacted on the same details as before - 07751 778868 or communita…
The vacancy for the Groes Ward has been filled by Co-option by Miss Hannah Davies
All activities at the Community Centre in Pen-y-Cae have been postponed until further notice due to the outbreak of Covid-19
Penycae Community Council
Financial year ended 31 March 2020
- Date of announcement 08/09/2020
- Each year the annual accounts are audited by the Auditor General for Wales. Prior to this date, any interested person ha…
About The Council
Pen-y-Cae Community Council consists of 14 members, 8 representing the Eitha Ward and 6 representing the Groes Ward. The present Council was elected in 2017 and will serve until 2022. Should a vacancy arise anytime during this period it will be advertised in the village. Anyone who has an interest in the work of the Council is free to apply.
Meetings of the Council are held on the fourth Monday of every month apart from August and December. The meetings are held in the Community Centre, Hall Street, Pen-y-Cae and start at 7p.m. Meetings can alternatively be arranged at the Church of the Nazarene upon request. Any elector is allowed to attend meetings, and are allowed to comment on any issues pertinent to them with permission from the Chair. Minutes of Full Council Meetings are displayed here on our website, in the Library at Rhos and the 2 shops in Pen-y-Cae once they have been ratified. Anyone wishing to see copies of specific minutes must contact the Clerk. Alternatively you can view them in the minutes section on here.
The council is funded via a precept received from Wrexham County Borough Council. This precept is raised through your Council Tax. There are two paid members of staff – the Clerk and the Community Agent. The members do not receive an allowance and give up their time for free. The Council’s accounts are audited on an annual basis by both an Internal and External Auditor.
The Council is insured with Zurich Municipal.
The Community Council has adopt…
What we do
About me-Community Agent
My names Ffion and I am the Community Agent in Pen-Y-Cae, I also work in Ruabon. I’m employed by Pen-Y-Cae and Ruabon Community Councils.
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