Gwernyfed Community Council
Serving the communities of Three Cocks, Felindre and Glasbury (South Bank) in the Brecknock district of Powys

Brecon Beacons National Park

National Park

Britain’s national parks were established to preserve and enhance their natural beauty and provide recreational opportunities for the public. This followed a campaign to allow the public access to the countryside, which was launched in 1884 and which lasted until 1931, when a government inquiry recommended selection of areas for designation as national parks.  Public pressure for the freedom to roam mounted until, in 1949, an Act of Parliament established a national park authority.

On 17 April 1957 The Brecon Beacons National Park became the tenth National Park to be established in the UK.

Brecon Beacons National Park

Unwelcome Visitors?
See the latest Welsh Government advice regarding harmful weeds and invasive non-native species.
For more details - click here.

Glasbury School Development
Powys has received amended plans from the developer in relation to the Tramroad Cottage application. The amendments remove the ‘upper’ section of the scheme and reduces the development to five dwellings. The new plans will be uploaded to Powys website in due course.
For more details - click here.

Starry Starry Night - Do you love our new super-bright LED road lights, or do you think they're a bit too much? Take our survey and let us know - Take Survey

We love this - a booky bus shelter created by the residents of Felindre

more photos of your great ideas wanted please!

And the winner is.... meet the designer of the new Gwernyfed Community Council website logo

Harvey Draper with his winning prize vouchers

National Plant Monitoring Scheme
To take a look at the National Plant Monitoring Scheme - click here.