Llangyfelach Community Council was formed on 15 November 1979 and consists of 9 Councillors, often referred to as “Members”.
The Council normally meets at 6.00pm in the Llangyfelach Church Hall, Swansea Road, Llangyfelach, Swansea on the second Thursday of each month except for January when it will be on the third Thursday of the month. There are no Council meeting in August.
Please see the Council’s Notice Board, on the Green outside the Plough & Harrow public house for details.
Llangyfelach Ward comprises the villages of Llangyfelach and Bryntywod and has a population of 5039 (2011 Census). It covers an area of 1711 hectares (2011 Census).
The Ward is situated approximately 9km North West of the City and County of Swansea’s City Centre and is bisected by the M4, running from East to West, with Junction 46 approximately, in the middle of this length of Ward motorway.
The DVLA abuts the Ward boundary and Morriston Hospital (the major Hospital for south west Wales) is situated within 1km.