Welcome to the official website of Corwen Town Council.
WE are in the process of updating our Website and mending broken links. While this is ongoing we apologise that the Welsh Language version is unavailable.
Corwen Town Council is dedicated to a bilingual policy, but technical constraints mean that the Welsh Language section is “down” while updates are being processed.
We now have a full complement of 13 Councillors and the contact details of each one are to be found on the Councillor page
This coming Weekend 31st August to 1st September is The 8th Annual Corwen Walking Festival.
Weekend of 14th and 15th September is The Gwyl Y Fflam – Medieval Festival
Monday 16th September is Owain Glyndwr Day On Facebook
This website was last updated on 27th August 2019…
For documents and files please see the relevant tabs.
Please let your views known via e-mail the Clerk on Clerk@CorwenTownCouncil.co.uk
All About Councils
There are 735 community and town councils in Wales, representing this tier of government closest to the people. They cover approximately 94% of the land area and 70% of the population of Wales.
The communities they serve range from small rural settlements to large towns and their budgets vary accordingly. However, what they all have in common is serving their communities and acting to improve the quality of life in their locality. This is achieved through exercising a range of statutory powers and duties. An independent research study by Aberystwyth University identified 8 key benefits of community councils.
Community and town councils are responsible to their local electorates for delivering a wide range of services and for the provision and upkeep of local amenities.
Each council is made up of elected members, or in some cases co-opted members. In Wales there are approximately 8000 community and town councillors, who represent the interests of the community they serve as a whole. They are recognised as having a role in providing the voice of the citizen in the development and delivery of public services in Wales.
Some areas in Wales don’t have community councils. If you live in one of these areas take a look at our section on how to set up a council.
Also, why not check out our information on becoming a councillor.
To apply for funding from Corwen Town Council under Statutory Provision s137 please use CTC grant application form All funding requests should be with the Clerk at least five working days before a Council meeting at which the application will be discussed.