Project Name: A487 Felinheli Bypass – Routine Maintenance works
Proposed Works: Routine maintenance works
Programme Start Date: Wednesday 8th December 2021
Programme Completion Date: Saturday 11th December 2021
Principal Contractor: Gwynedd Council
I refer to the above and wish to inform you that the works noted will be undertaken between Wednesday the 8th of December and Saturday 11th December 2021 at this location.
This could result in a higher than usual level of noise at intervals and I take this opportunity in apologising in advance for any inconvenience incurred.
A closure of the A487 in one direction will be implemented for three nights between 21:00 and 06:30 beginning Wednesday the 8th of December 2021
Proposed programme of traffic management restrictions:
|Details of Restrictions||Start Date and Time**||End Date and Time**||Notes|
|Closure of the A487 Felinheli bypass in one direction for three nights beginning Wednesday 08/12/21 between 21:00 – 06:30||
|Diversion route will be via Bangor Road and Caernarfon Road through the village of Felinheli|
** dates provisional, may be subject to change
Scottish Power have confirmed that they will CLOSE the road between Londis and the Clock to conduct repair works on the 16/11/21 - 18/11/21.
Buses will be able to pass as usual but there will be some delays.
This year the Remembrance Service will be held at the Memorial Hall at 10:15am, then walk to the Clock to complete the Service, observe 2-minute silence and present wreaths.
The road will be closed.
Behind 41 Stryd Bangor, Y Felinheli
As a father of two children - Finn and Dara - at Ysgol Y Felinheli School, Rob is running the 26.2 miles on behalf of Cyfeillion in the hope of raising as much money as possible for the benefit of the School. Participating in one of the world's bigest events is clearly not enough of a challenge forthis brave man, as he has run a marathon every month of this year in preperation, ehich is very impressive!
Please show your supportand wish him well by donating to this worth cause by using the link below. Thank you so much Rob. Good luck, enjoy the experience, and run Rob, run!
A Macmillan coffee morning has been arranged d by Sarah Williams for Saturday 25th September at 10am.
On the grass opposite the Garddfon.
A warm welcome to all!!
Please donate what you can for this great cause: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sarah-williams
It's been a difficult time everyone this past year, and so it's now time to have FUN!
Here's a programme of activities for Children and Young People across Gwynedd
Many of these activities are free and have been funded by the Welsh Government #Summer of Fun
The rest of the activities that are being arranged throughout Gwynedd.
You'll need to pre book many of the activities in order to comply with Covid rules, or you will need to become a member e.g Byw'n Iach Lesiure Centres, Gwynedd Youth Services or Gwynedd Libraries.
Listen to Ysgol Y Felinheli Year 3 pupils at expressing their opinion of Dog fouling around the village!
No dog fouling in our Community - Bag it and Bin it!
A big thank you to all the pupils and Mrs. Roberts for creating a great video!
(The video is in Welsh..)
Llyr (Jacob's dad) will attempt to dance continuously for 8 hours on the grounds of Ysgol Y Felinheli, and move his body to songs chosen by the pupils. In turn, each class will be able to go out and dance with Llyr. A fun filled day to raise some much needed money for books and IT equipment for our children......read the poster here
With the flooding project now completed, we would usually have an Official Opening to thank everyone who has been involved in the work and to thank the community for their patience during the construction work. However, due to Covid restrictions, such an event is not possible at the moment ... so we've prepared a short video, as a Virtual Official Opening! We hope you enjoy!
The new Play equipment for the Beach Road Palyground will be installed from Thursday onwards.
The project has been financed by the Community Council with support from OBR Construction and Sunshine Playgrounds in order to provide additional facility for the village older children,
Weather permitting the work will be completed next Wednesday.
The playground will be open as usual with the area noted on the plan fenced off whilst the work is ongoing.
Hwb Teuluoedd Gwynedd - the go-to service for children, families and professional workers wanting information, advice or support regarding children and families. Take a look….
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of 2 casual vacancies in the office of councillor on Y Felinheli Community Council.
An election will be held to fill the two vacancies if a request in writing for an election by ten electors of the said community is sent to the Returning Officer, Gwynedd Council, Council Offices, Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL55 1SH within the period ending at 12 noon on Monday 5 July, 2021.
In the absence of a request for an election, the vacancies will be filled by the Community Council.
Congratulations to Portdinorwic Sailing Club on their success!
Y Felinheli Community Council and Natural Resources Wales
We are expanding our Community Flood Plan
We need more Flood Wardens – for every part of the village – not just the beach
For more information go to our Community Flood Plan page
Or contact our Clerc: Heatheremail@example.com or on the Mobile Phone: 07867 982518
The census is happening in March 2021.
By taking part and encouraging others to do the same, you’ll help make sure you and your community get the services you need.
Dyfed Powys Police Economic Crime Team have become aware of a new Covid Vaccine scam.
DC Gareth Jordan from the Cyber Crime Unit says that in the latest variant of the scam, the victim receives an email that they are on the Covid vaccination list and they need to select whether they do or don’t want the injection... Click here to read more on the NHS Covid Vaccine emails Scam Article
Report to Dyfed Powys Police: https://www.dyfed-powys.police.uk/en/contact-us/report-an-incident/ or call 101
Dog poo is being thrown in trees, bushes, left on footpaths and at the side of our roads.
The level of dog fouling has been on the rise during the pandemic. We are very lucky to have so many wonderful footpaths on our doorstep and there really is no excuse for this continued lack of care and thoughtfulness for the well-being of others.
Failing to clean up dog dirt is an offence and while most dog owners behave in a responsible manner, we are looking to take a zero tolerance approach to those who break the law. Dog dirt presents a risk to public health which can lead
to illness and even blindness.
We urge all dog owner to keep your dogs on a lead and PICK UP any dog's mess and dispose of it correctly. There are dog bins located all around the village. Please see the map for their location. It is not possible for us to have any more bins as we have more than many other villages in Gwynedd.
A message to the people of Felinheli from Eve Goodman
I am running online meet-ups with a musical theme for the elderly members of our community. It's completely free and no musical experience is needed. I'll be a friendly face to chat to and share tales with, and with your blessing I'll use our interactions as inspiration for folk songs. Please share with any older residents in the village who would benefit from a bit of inspiration and light heartedness in these trying times!
To register your intrest in an intitial online meet-up, leave your name and number with the village shop or send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Commissioned by Mid Wales Opera through Music at Your Place with the Support of the Arts Council of Wales.
There is a new strain of coronavirus in Wales. It spreads faster ane more easily.
It's more important than ever to follow the rules.