Cyngor Tref Llanwrtyd Town Council 

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Llanwrtyd Wells Twinning Association
Llanwrtyd Wells is twinned with two other communities: Mériel in the Val-d’Oise Départment of France and Český Krumlov in the Czech Republic. 

Llanwrtyd Twinning Association meets at 8pm on the first Thursday of each month. Meetings are mostly held on the first floor of the War Memorial Institute, and new members are always welcome, so please come along and find out what we have planned for the coming year.

The next meetings are:

Thursday May 9th in the Neuadd Arms Hotel, short meeting followed by a Music Quiz

Thursday June 6th in the War Memorial Institute


For further details of meetings please contact one of the committee members for 2013/14 (see below).

Table Top Sale 30/03/2013

Photographs

Preamble

Committee Members 2013/14

Secretary's Report AGM 2013

Notes on Official Twinning Visit 2012

Twinning Day 24/08/2012

Chairman's Report AGM 2011

Tenth Anniversary of Twinning with Meriel 2010

Fund Raising

Constitution

Welsh Language Policy

Equal Opportunities Policy

Twinning  Weekend  August 2016

Once  again the Town  of Llanwrtyd extended the hand of friendship and hosted  a visit from our friends in Meriel and Cesky Krumlov.It was a fun packed weekend . After an arduous journey our French visitors arrived on Friday evening and had a restful evening with their hosts. Saturday was a whirlwind day which started with the Official Twinning Meeting. Representatives from Meriel , the Mayor, Monsieur Delannoy, and the Chief Executive of Cesky krumlov, Mr Rouce  sharing ideas with the Llanwrtyd Twinning Committee representatives on how to strengthen ties for the future. It was a constructive and positive meeting with some new innovative ideas put forward.  Meeting over, and the hosts and visitors  got busy preparing for the annual Llanwrtyd Show with competitions for  our French counterparts-who could make the best Bara Brith and take the best selfie? The afternoon was spent at the show  and in the rain with a fun time had by all. The evenings activities saw tap dancing , exchanging of gifts , dancing and eating with a fantastic  buffet provided by the Nueadd Arms.
Sunday was slightly calmer time with the hosts , a visit to the "Arts and Heritage Centre", a spot of lunch followed by a strawberry tea at the showground marquee. All too soon the fun was over and we were bidding farewell to out guests in the sure knowledge that we would be seeing them again soon and that in the meantime new friends had been made and old acquaintances renewed and revitalized.