Llanstadwell Community Council serves the village of Llanstadwell itself, together with Hazelbeach, Mastlebridge, Jordanston, Waterston and Little Honeyborough. The Council meets at 7.00pm on the second Tuesday in each month except August. Interested members of the public are welcome to attend and are advised to check with the clerk where the meeting will take place. Mastlebridge Village Hall, the Newton Hall at Waterston and the Mission Hall at Hazelbeach are used on a rota basis for meetings. The agenda are displayed before the meetings on local notice boards.
WEAR POINT WIND FARM
Anyone wishing to make a comment about the wind turbines at Wear Point should contact John Laing who now owns the wind farm on 0207 901 3200.
COUNCIL SAVES PUBLIC CONVENIENCES
When Pembrokeshire County Council announced that many public conveniences in the county would close unless town and community councils took over the running costs, Llanstadwell Community Council decided that the public conveniences at Hazelbeach were much too valuable an asset to lose.
After several meetings with the County Council, Llanstadwell Community Council has agreed to fund the running and up-keep of the toilets as of 1st April. The toilets will be open to the public from 8.00am until 9.00pm through the summer months until 31st October.
WATERSTON PLAY PARK OPENS!!!
After many years of hard work and fundraising by the Waterston Youth and Social Group, led by Mark Sanderson, the good news that funding was available for new equipment at Waterston playpark was very well received. After being told that funding from the County Council’s Community Regeneration Unit would cease, it appeared that all the hard work had been in vain, particularly as the wind farm company Infinergy had also promised a large sum towards the new equipment. Work has now finished and the play park is complete and open to the public. A formal opening ceremony will take place soon and thanks are extended to Pembrokeshire County Council and Infinergy for their financial assistance without which it would not have been possible to have this lovely new play park.
HAZELBANK PLAY AREA
Hazelbank play area has new fencing thanks to a generous donation of £2,000 from Dragon LNG which means that local children can now play in a much safer environment. Llanstadwell Community Council has met the rest of the costs and is extremely grateful to Dragon LNG for their support.