Excellent Response to First Community Engagement Event on Future of School Site

We were delighted to see more than 40 members of the local community attending the first event held to explore the future use of the now redundant Ysgol Pontfadog site.

Marc Roberts of Cynlas Cyf, the consultant recently appointed to run the engagement programme in partnership with Glyntraian Community Council and co-funders the Denbighshire-based Rural Development Agency, Cadwyn Clwyd, was pleased by the numbers and quality of the conversations held with everyone who attended.

“It is far too early in the process to draw any conclusions regarding any consensus on potential future uses. The most important output of the evening was for me to begin the process of getting to know the community. I will be holding follow up one-to-one meetings over the next 6-8 weeks,” said Marc Roberts.”

“There was a good turn out and the demographic was also pleasing, ranging from under 8s to over 80s,” added Chair of the Glyntraian Communications Committee, Jools Payne.

There will be further events held at various venues in the community. Please subscribe to this website to keep abreast of more events in Phase II of the consultation.

For general enquiries, please refer to our FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions), which can be downloaded from the Strategic Documents page of this website.

Our thanks go to Dolywern resident, Holly Payne, recently co-opted onto the Glyntraian Communications Committee, for her assistance in organising this event.

Marc Roberts chats with Glyntraian-based environmentalist, Sarah Hawkes

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