Cerrigydrudion Community Council
Welcome to the Cerrig-y-Drudion Community Council Website. The Community is located at the upper end of the County of Conwy and is geographically the largest community within Conwy County Borough Council.
An area of natural beauty with the percentage of Welsh speakers amongst the highest in Wales.
The village is situated on the edge of the A5 trunk road and is approximately 900 ft above sea level, it also close to the Alwen Reservoir and Llyn Brenig, which attract thousands of visitors who enjoy cycling, walking, sailing and fishing.
To the north lies Hiraethog mountain a vast area of moorland, steeped in history and folklore and historically rich in Welsh culture.
During these difficult times the Community Council is keen to ensure that those members of our community who may need assistance are identified and an appropriate response is provided. If you need assistance, or know of anyone within the community who does, please contact the clerk Caerwyn Roberts or Ffuon Williams Chairperson/Maria Roberts Vice Chairperson with your details along with the details of the person and the type of assistance required.
Certification and approval of annual accounts for 2019-20 Regulation 15(1) of the Accounts and Audit (Wales) Regulations 2014 (as amended) requires that Responsible Financial Officer of of Cerrigydrudion Community Council sign and date the statement of accounts, and certify that it properly presentsCerrigydrudion CC receipts and presents fairly the financial position of Cerrigydrudion CC at the end of the year and the Council’s income and expenditure for the year. The Regulations required that this be completed by 30 June 2020.
The Responsible Financial Officer has not signed and certified the accounts for the year ended 31 March 2020. [Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Responsible Financial Officer has been unable to prepare the accounts]. The statement of accounts will be prepared and the Responsible Financial Officer will sign and certify the statement of accounts when the immediate pressures of the COVID-19 outbreak have subsided.