Cyngor Cymuned

Community Council


Welcome to the Bro Cernyw website



There's still time to apply for the Youth Led Grant!

(Click here for more details)

The Conwy Youth Led Grant is administered by CVSC in collaboration with WCVA and the Welsh Government. The scheme is designed to amplify the voices of young leaders and offers financial support for grassroots projects aimed at enriching our communities. We're all about giving YOU the green light to kickstart your own volunteering projects and activities. Whether it's tackling climate change, supporting mental health, or sparking up some community art, the stage is yours to shine!

Applications undergo thorough review by a panel of young individuals aged 14-25, ensuring that the essence and aspirations of Conwy's youth are at the forefront of decision-making.

All projects must be completed by 28th February 2025 and applications will close on Friday 21st June at 9am.


Open Garden

Glog Ddu

Come to see the beautiful garden at Glog Ddu

Sunday afternoon 9th June (2:00 - 5:00)

Entry £5 (profits go towards the maintenance of the community toilets)

More details





Local Development


Up to £10,000 available for community led local development.


For more details see here.


Tree Planting in the Cemetery

Volunteers have been planting trees in the cemetery.


The Urdd’s Fund for All

The Urdd’s Fund for All gives all children in Wales an opportunity to enjoy a summer holiday, whatever their background or financial circumstance.

Parents, guardians or teachers can make an application to pay for a summer holiday at one of the Urdd’s residential centres for a child or a young person from a low-income household. The fund will cover the full price of the course.

See here for more details, or go to The Urdd's website



Click on the posters for more information.





Food Bank

If you know of anyone who would benefit from the help of a food bank then please e-mail our County Councillor, Austin Roberts, who can make arrangements.

See the poster.



The website sponsored by the Bro Cernyw Community Council for the villages of Llangernyw, Pandy Tudur and Gwytherin.


Warm Hub

Every Tuesday from 10:00 - 12:00

At St. Digain's church, Llangernyw

Come for a chat and a 'panad' - everyone welcome


Tuesday morning, March 21st 10 came together to the warm Hub in St Digain Church from 10am -12.00pm We meet every Tuesday morning to have a cuppa and a chat and put the world in its place. Gwenda Cooper had prepared a delicious leek soup for us with fresh bread. Thanks to the County Councillor, Mr Austin Roberts for coming too, everyone is glad to see him to discuss issues in the area and it's nice to see him face to face. Thanks to Gwenda for organizing this every morning


Everyone in the three villages has been busy planting summer flowers in the Community Council tubs and those of Conwy. Thank you all for helping once again. It makes all the villages welcoming.


Telephone Scams

A warning from Dyfed-Powys Police (click here to see the document (PDF)):

Lotto Lwcus

Loto Lwcus has been established to help local organisations and clubs raise much-needed funds.

If your club or society is interested in joining this scheme, click here for further details.


Important message about the village toilets on the Menter Bro Cernyw page.

Coronavirus - Reduced bus service in your villages from Monday - See here.

Conway Villages Award 2018

Congratulations to the Community Council on receiving a certificate, high praise, and a cheque for £25 from the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales 2018. Ann Vaughan sent a presentation of Llangernyw to the CPRW prior to the judges visiting the village in July or August. There is so much community activity going on in the village and the judges' report was very complementary. Many thanks to all for acheiving this and keeping the village tidy.

(Click on these links to see the certificate and the letter from the CPRW)

Menter Bro Cernyw

Menter Bro Cernyw has takenover the toilets from Conwy CBC. Apart from the many visitors who come to see the various sites in the village, many walking groups appreciate that the toilets are open and clean.

If you'd like to help take a look at our web page.

Review of Electoral Arrangements for the County Borough of Conwy

See this document or see the Boundary Commission's website.

Website Maintenance

This is a website set up by the Llangernyw Community Council on behalf of the whole community. We hope that the website will become a focal point for information about the area around Llangernyw, Gwytherin and Pandy Tudur.

If there is anything you would like to see on the website, or if you have any suggestion for improving the site, please click here to contact Arfon Parry.

To contact the council see the Contact page.

Editing the Website

Are you a member of a club or society in the Bro Cernyw area? Would you be prepared to put information about your society on the website?

The council are offering training in how to update the website to anyone representing a local club or society.

For more information contact Arfon.

This project is part funded through the Rural Development Plan which is financed by the EU and Welsh Government.