Category: News

Biodiversity Action Plan 2019

You can read about our record on Biodiversity  here.

“Know Your Place” – Cwmbran

Find out more about Cwmbran using the new website from Understanding Welsh Places. The Understanding Welsh Places bilingual website Understanding Welsh Places will support and inspire communities, place makers and policy makers to make positive changes in the places

Payments Made to Members 2018/19

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Help us Celebrate Cwmbran @ 70!

Did you know that Cwmbran is 70 this year?   Yes, 4 November marks the 70th anniversary of Cwmbran as a New Town.   We are looking for people to help us celebrate this unique milestone.   Were you around

Community Awards 2019

Do you know a local Unsung Hero or willing volunteer? Has someone you know inspired their community. They deserve one of our Community Awards. Why not consider nominating them for an award? Details below:   Community Awards Nomination Form 2019

Playscheme Awards 2019

Our Members were pleased to attend the above award ceremony recently and continue our partnership with Torfaen Play. Follow the link to view all the splendid winners!  


On 23 August 2019 Cwmbran Community Council hosted its first ever flag raising as part of the Welsh Pride festivities taking place over the bank holiday weekend.   Chair of Cwmbran Community Council, Councillor Anthony Bird said “ I was

National Development Framework

The Planning Directorate is working on the production of a National Development Framework (NDF). The NDF will set out a 20-year land use framework for Wales and will replace the current Wales Spatial Plan. The NDF will: set out where

Welsh Translation

Welsh versions of any documents that appear on the website including agendas and minutes will be made available on request.   Fe fydd fersiynau Cymraeg o unrhyw ddogfennau sy’n ymddangos ar y wefan, yn cynnwys agenda a chofnodion ar gael

Torfaen Together 2019

The 2019 Torfaen residents survey, Torfaen Together 2019 is now open on the Get Involved consultation website. Paper copies of the survey are available in libraries, customer care centres and the Civic Centre reception.