- Minutes of the Felinheli Community Council meeting held March 10 2015
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- Minutes of the Felinheli Community Council meeting held February 10 2015
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- Minutes of the Felinheli Community Council meeting held January 13 2015
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- Minutes of the Felinheli Community Council meeting held December 9 2014
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- Minutes of the Felinheli Community Council meeting held November 11 2014
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- Minutes of the Felinheli Community Council meeting held October 22 2014
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- Minutes of the Felinheli Community Council meeting held October 14 2014
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29.06.15 Menter Fachwen Walks
Weds 22 July 7.00 p.m.
History of Y FELINHELI / Launch MAP ‘Y FELINHELI’
an evening of talks, exhibitions and films including material collected during our reseacrh into the history of Y Felinheli.
Thurs 30 July 10.00 a.m.
Y FELINHELI: BODANDREG and TAN Y MAES – Stories and Spirits (5 Miles)
START: Y FELIN SGWRSIO, STRYD BANGOR, Y FELINHELI
HILLS / Public footpaths. Walking Shoes.
29.06.15 Please visit the Gwyl y Felin website for details about all the week's events.
Click on 'English' button top right hand corner.
There will be road closures at certain times. The parade will strat from HEN GEI LLECHI this year for the first time and roads will be closed between 12 and 1 next Saturday, July 4. Please tell your neighbours and friends.
ENJOY THE FESTIVAL!
26.06.15 Road closures during Felinheli Festival Week
1. The road known as Beach Road, Y Felinheli from its junction with Snowdon Street (near Tafarn y Garddfôn) for a distance of approximately 320 metres to a point near to the entrance of the Sailing Club car park will be closed to motor vehicles including bicycles between 5.00 p.m. and 10.00 p.m. on the 1st July, 2015. (In order to hold a 10k Race).
2. The road known as Beach Road, Y Felinheli from its junction with Snowdon Street (near Tafarn y Garddfôn) for a distance of approximately 320 metres to a point near to the entrance of the Sailing Club car park will be closed to motor vehicles including bicycles between 10.00 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. on the 4th July, 2015. (In order to hold a Carnival).
3. The road known as Hen Cei Llechi, Y Felinheli from a point near to the Halfway Public House to number 1 Hen Cei Llechi will be closed to motor vehicles including bicycles between between 12.00 noon and 1.00 p.m. on the 4th July, 2015.
4. The road known as Bangor Street, Y Felinheli from a point near to the Halfway Public House to the junction near Pen Ceunant will be closed to motor vehicles including bicycles between 12.30 p.m. and 1.00 p.m. on the 4th July, 2015. (Carnival Procession).
The penalty for infringement of the said regulation is a fine not exceeding ONE THOUSAND POUNDS (£1,000.00)
19.06.15 Gypsy site
Planning Application for gypsy site at Cae Fodol near Y Faenol/Ty Golchi REJECTED by Gwynedd Council Planning Committee. You can see the full discussion on the web-cast (click on 'English' button for full translation. 1.13 mins into meeting)
18.06.15 GRŴP IAITH Y FELINHELI and GŴYL Y FELIN 2015
Grŵp Iaith y Felinheli (Felinheli Language Group) brings together Felinheli people who want to see the Welsh language continue to thrive as a relevant and vital part of life in the community.
With the support of hunaniaith: the Gwynedd wide menter iaith, Osian Owen a member of Grŵp Iaith y Felinheli created his own vlog. A vlog is simply a blog recorded on video: video+blog = vlog. The vlog aims to demonstrate to everyone how the Welsh language is part of the fabric of everyday life for a young person in Felinheli and how vital it is that the language retains its place at the centre of village life.
Osian’s vlog shows aspects of his daily life and how each aspect naturally takes place in Welsh. As he takes a walk around the village he interviews several local people about their attitudes to Welsh and why the language, for a variety of reasons is important to them.
Grŵp Iaith y Felinheli hope that as many local people as possible get to see the vlog during Gŵyl y Felin week. Enjoy watching it at: the Festival launch at y Felingylchu on Friday, June 26th; in the marquee from 5.30 p.m., Monday 29th before the children’s film begins; in the marquee before the quiz on Tuesday evening, June 30th and again on Saturday afternoon in the marquee during the carnival. Following Gŵyl y Felin the vlog can be seen on www.Felin.org and on the Felinhlei Facebook profile.
After seeing the vlog Grŵp Iaith y Felinheli asks everyone to reflect on three things:
- what the Welsh language means to them?
- what kind of place would Felinheli be without the Welsh language?
- what they can do to make sure the Felinheli will never lose the Welsh language?
Thanks to everyone who took part in the vlog:
Osian Owen, Dylan Bryn, Nerys Owen, Sian Gwenllian, Beverley Jones, Hannah Swann.
Thanks also to the Gŵyl y Felin Committee, the Londis Store and Swellies Café.
Production: Sioned Jones, hunaniaith, Eleth Peate, Gwynedd Council.
Good News and Bad News
Good news: Gwynedd Council has secured a grant to improve the path down to Rowen to include new surface, steps and handrail.
Bad news: concerns about road safety means path down to the Dock from Bangor Street has to remain closed. New assessment in 2 weeks.
Update - Planning Application Cae Fodol
Planning application Cae Fodol (Gypsy site) being discussed at Planning Committee 15.06.2015 "As Felinheli councillor I have had an opportunity to consult with villagers about this application, including holding a public meeting with the Community Council. We are 100% against this development. I note that the planning officers are recommending refusal and I agree with the reasons. It does not make sense to build a caravan park in a recognised flood zone or within a corridor of important wild-life and it is an over-development of the site, lacking in amenities."
Councillor Sian Gwenllian’s report JUNE 2015
- CUTS: Gwynedd Council, like all councils, is going through a process of making cuts. I am attending a series of 5 workshops to discuss the possibilities before the public is invited to give its views. The Council needs to agree to £9M worth of cuts by March 2016.
- Church Hall: I attended a constructive meeting to discuss improving the Hall and making use of the land at the back for community car parking.
- Steps leading down to Dock: the Council has re-opened but have put safety measures in place at the bottom as there is still concern about public safety.
- Cae Fodol Planning Permission for Gypsy site: up for discussion at Planning Committee 15.06.2016.
Raising money for Nepal
Y Felin Gylchu
Saturday June 13
11am - 4pm.
Afternoon teas and various stalls
National Grid - Community Update
North Wales Connection Project Spring 2015 - click here
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Gŵyl y Felin T-shirts from Hunaniaith
During Gŵyl y Felin week hunaniaith will be sharing out T-shirts amongst young people in the village. Hunaniaith works to encourage people to use the Welsh that they have and to be proud to be able to do so. These T-shirts, unique to Felinheli and unavailable anywhere else, aim to raise young people’s awareness of being able to speak Welsh and that living in Felinheli is an integral part of that Welsh identity. Are you good with words and concepts and putting the two together? A catchy, short and slick slogan or saying is needed for the front of the T-shirts. If you can think of a clever slogan get in touch with Ifan at hunaniaith at IfanLlewelynJones@gwynedd.gov.uk.
World Wide Knit in Public Day
Better living through stiching together.
Outside Felin Sgwrsio on June 13 from 1 pm till 4.30 (inside if raining )
Information from Myfanwy 07767210825
Come and join us. Tea/ coffee, raffle and prize quiz.
Memorial Hall Y Felinheli
NEW Booking Application for the Memorial Hall - click here
Police Community Officer
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