Crickhowell Civic Society

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The Society, formed in 1972, is affiliated to Civic Trust Cymru (Charity Number: 505360). It has an elected executive committee which meets monthly to scrutinise planning proposals and discuss other issues affecting the community, making comments where felt appropriate. We have held public meetings to debate issues of concern to local residents – from the proposed by-pass road scheme many years ago to the more recent concerns about repairs to Crickhowell Bridge and the change of use of the Corn Exchanges to a supermarket and have thus been able to pass the opinions of local people on to the authorities concerned.


Other local interest groups...

 

Rotary Club of Crickhowell

With its members coming from a wide range of backgrounds the Rotary Club connects their unique perspectives and utilises its members' expertise to improve lives everywhere.

 

Walkers are Welcome in Crickhowell

Aiming to make Crickhowell a better place to walk, eat, drink and stay

 

Crickhowell Volunteer Bureau

Matching volunteering needs and opportunities

 

Percy Davies Trust

The Trust offers grants to Crickhowell based groups and organisations.

 

The Market Hall Trust

The small but impressive open fronted Market Hall in the centre of Crickhowell was built in the 1830s by the Duke of Beaufort and is being maintained by a Charitable Trust.

 

Crickhowell District Archive Centre

A treasure trove of family and property history

 

Crickhowell and District Community Partnership CIC

Community based sports facilities

 

Crickhowell U3A

The University of the Third Age is a national and international network of self-regulating local associations. Members co-operate to continue to pursue existing interests and explore new ones.