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.


Councillor Vacancy at

Llangarron Parish Council

Expressions of interest are welcomed from anyone who is over 18 years old and resident in the parish of Llangarron.

As a Councillor representing your community you will help keep it a great place to live and work. You will be supported in your role and will have the opportunity of undertaking training. You should have a positive outlook and a can-do attitude and be willing to work as part of a team.

If you are interested in joining the Parish Council, please contact the Clerk (Mark Hearne) at clerk@llangarronparishcouncil.org.uk or 07904 038939 by no later than the 15th July 2022.

The Parish Council currently meets in the evening on the last Tuesday of the month except August and December. If you care about your community and would like to help make a difference then why not


The transition from fossil fuels to heat pumps

Implications for rural communities

Please see comments from

The Rt Hon Greg Hands MP
Minister of State for Energy, Clean Growth
and Climate Change (see link below)

The view from the Department for Business, Energy &
Industrial Strategy


Report from Ward Councillor Elissa Swinglehurst MAY 2022


Keep Herefordshire Warm

A team of trained energy advisors give free energy efficiency advice that will help you stay warmer and healthier in your home. This ranges from simple changes you can make, to helping you access grants for insulation or providing information about renewable technologies. Further information is available by clicking on the link below



Residents may wish to note, via the links below, the response from the Parish Council to Planning Consultations which seek to develop land in Llangrove.

Planning Consultation 220545 – Land at Llangrove

Planning Consultation 220601  – Land at Llangrove


Llangarron Parish Council Declaration of Climate and Ecological Emergency

ACEG newsletter – January 2022

Take extra care on rural roads in Herefordshire





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.

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