The Bodorgan area contains a number of villages and small communities at Malltraeth, Hermon, Llangadwalader, Bethel, Trefdraeth and the Glantraeth area,  the Paradwys area and Capel Mawr. This is your local website.

 

News Bulletin: 19th October 2021

Last Friday, the 15th, we gained access to the School, accompanied by an official from Anglesey County Council and a fire officer. More news on what the fire officer had to say about the jammed door, the failed fire panel later.

We had a good look around the school and it seems to have suffered no ill effects from being closed for nearly two years.

The bottom right photo is the room in the worst condition – the one closest to the A4080.

We had an architect with us, and a representative of a building firm. Both thought the building was sound, and an ideal candidate for a community centre. The architect has all the dimensions of the building and has started work.

 

News Bulletin: 17th October 2021

In the last Newsletter we announced that the Council had accepted our bid for an Asset Transfer of the Bodorgan School. We had our first meeting with Dylan Edwards (the Council’s Principal Valuation Officer) in the school on the 7th.

The meeting was very encouraging. In his view the Bodorgan School was the only suitable building for a Bodorgan Community, and that Malltraeth Ymlaen had demonstrated considerable support from the community in support of our application.

We now have to submit a Business Plan to the Council to satisfy them, and ourselves, that this is a viable and sustainable project. Dylan added that he and any of the other departments of the Council would do everything they could to help us with this work.

More news to follow!

 

In the last Newsletter we announced that the Council had accepted our bid for an Asset Transfer of the Bodorgan School. We had our first meeting with Dylan Edwards (the Council’s Principal Valuation Officer) in the school on the 7th.

The meeting was very encouraging. In his view the Bodorgan School was the only suitable building for a Bodorgan Community, and that Malltraeth Ymlaen had demonstrated considerable support from the community in support of our application.

We now have to submit a Business Plan to the Council to satisfy them, and ourselves, that this is a viable and sustainable project. Dylan added that he and any of the other departments of the Council would do everything they could to help us with this work.

More news to follow!

 

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Newsletter September 2021 is out!