St Nicholas with Bonvilston Community Council


Code of Conduct 2018

Model Local Resolution Protocol adopted 08.01.18

SNBCC Risk Assessment and Management adopted 14.05.18

SNBCC Risk Management 2018/19 adopted 14.05.18

Model Financial Regulations 2019 for Wales Adopted 02.09.2019

IRPW Annual Report February 2018

Financial Management Community Council 2017

SNBCC Social Media Policy Adopted 03.09.18 Updated 02.09.19 (6.10)

SNBCC Standing Orders: Adopted 02.07.19 Amended 11.06.19 (13.b)

  • At our Ordinary Meeting held Monday 1st April 2019, the St. Nicholas with Bonvilston Community Council passed a motion to incorporate the Five Ways to Wellbeing Goals into our Action Plan and other duties.

The  Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act, 2015, is an important piece of legislation for Wales, which seeks to improve the social, economic, environmental and cultural well-being of Wales.  The Act ensures that public bodies think more about the long term, work better with people and communities and each other, look to prevent problems and take a more joined-up approach.  This will help us create the Wales that we all want to live in, now and in the future. Taken from the Welsh Government SPSF 4: Collective Role (Community Councils) page 1.

For more details on what the Act requires Town and Community Councils to do, please follow the link below to read the full guidance;

spsf-4-collective-role-community-councils

More information on the Vale of Glamorgan's Public Service Board can be located under the 'News from the Vale' section on our website.

  • At our meeting on Monday 2nd December 2019, the Council adopted a new Community Council Charter to make clearer our role and how we work.  Our mission is;

          'Enabling residents to participate in shaping our communities and proactively enhancing our distinctive rural communities for the benefit of the health and wellbeing of residents and future generations'.

St Nicholas with Bonvilston Community Council Charter








































































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