Llangarron Parish Council

Your Parish council = The closest tier of government to you. The voice of local people.

Parish Council Meetings are held on the last Tuesday of each month, other than August and December when there are no meetings. Occasionally extra ordinary meetings are arranged to deal with urgent matters such as planning applications. NDP meetings will be called as required and the dates published as they are established.

Herefordshire Council considers ambitious new recycling and waste plans



Llangarron Parish Council Declaration of Climate and Ecological Emergency

Archenfield Community Environment Group (ACEG)  Newsletter Dec 21

Take extra care on rural roads in Herefordshire





011 – Leaders Newsletter – November 2021

Talk Community Newsletter – 26th November 2021



U71410, The Moors Road From Llantywaun Brook, Llancloudy, Closure – NOTICE (TTRO21-921)



The Neighbourhood Development Plan, if adopted, will provide guidance and some

protection with regard to planning matters in the villages and open countryside of our


The Parish Council is pleased to announce that the NDP has now finally reached the

examination stage. This means that an independent examiner has now been

appointed. This person will examine and evaluate our plan. We hope that the

examiner will approve the plan so that it can then proceed to a referendum where

local people will be asked to vote whether or not to adopt the plan.

No further representations can now be submitted.

Further updates will be placed on this website.


Neighbourhood Matters


Residents affected by flooding should report the event to the:

Environment Agency incident hotline
0800 80 70 60
24-hour service
Find out about call charges



The Parish Council would be interested in receiving requests from residents for amendments to existing flood maps . All requests should be submitted to the Clerk at llangarronparishcouncil.org.uk in the first instance who will then forward them to the Environment Agency for their attention.


Don’t Lose Your Way reveals over 49,000 miles of lost historic paths

In Herefordshire there are 2253 miles of paths that could be lost forever (Click on the link below for further information)

Lost Paths History


Agendas will be posted on notice boards and this website,

Minutes will be posted within one month of the previous meeting.