Your community council

Community Councils are comprised of people who care about their community and want to make it a better place to live.

As a Community Council, we are responsible to local electorates (residents) for delivering a wide range of services and the provision and upkeep of local amenities.

A Community Council is a voluntary organisation set up by statute by the Local Authority and run by local residents to act on behalf of its area.

As well as representing the community to the local authority, Community Councils facilitate a wide range of activities which promote the well-being of their communities. They bring local people together to help make things happen, and many Community Councils protect and promote the identity of their community. They advise, petition, influence and advocate numerous causes and cases of concern on behalf of local communities.

The areas we cover:

The Pennard Community Council includes Kittle, Pennard, Southgate villages and a number of smaller rural hamlets (e.g. Sandy Lane, Cannisland) as shown on the map below.

Pennard Electoral Ward now comprises both Pennard Community Council and Ilston Community Council areas.

If you would like to find out more detail about the ward, Swansea County Council publish more detailed data including population information, household composition and NS-SeC (socio-economic position based on occupation) and economic activity. This can be accessed in the link below. 


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