Every year Laleston Community Council invest in small and medium sized projects to brighten up our community, such as wayside benches, bus shelters, grit bins, hanging baskets, litter bins, summer play scheme, community notice boards, and an ongoing annual investment in our Christmas illuminations, OAP Christmas Lunch, Bio-Diversity, Bryntirion fireworks display and Broadlands Fun Day.
Our Major Projects
- April 22, 2017
Bryntirion Inclusive Playground
A first for Bridgend, Laleston Community Council invests in an all inclusive play area at Bryntirion Playing FieldsMarch 11, 2017
Llangewydd School MUGA
Laleston Community Council has just completed the installation of a Multi Use Games Area for Llangewydd Juniors. The new MUGA will be open for community use outside of school hours, whilst providing an excellent facility for the school during school hours.
- 2016December 1, 2016
Trelales Nursery Play Area
Laleston Community Council have funded a new outdoor play area for the nursery children at Trelales Primary School in Laleston.July 8, 2016
Maes Yr Haul Key Stage 2 Trim Trail
Laleston Community Council have recently provided funding towards a new trim trail for the Key Stage 2 yard at Maes Yr Haul Primary SchoolJuly 1, 2016
Laleston Stones Trail
A full project was undertaken to record the historic routes pilgrims would have taken through our community to Llangynwyd, famous as the burial place of Ann Thomas, the “Maid of Cefn Ydfa”, but in the Middle Ages it was famous as the shrine of the Holy Rood of Llangynwyd, a carving of the Crucifixion that was so vivid it was believed to perform miracles.
- 2014October 9, 2014
Bryntirion Comprehensive Sixth Form
Laleston Community Council provided funds for the sixth form to bring it into the 21st century providing a new computer suite, desks and chairs and furniture.July 24, 2014
Broadlands Wildlife Meadow
A wildlife meadow was created in 2014 adjacent to the Busy Bees Nursery on the corner of Careg Llwyd and Ffordd Tirion Read more …..July 4, 2014
Bryntirion Infants Sensory Garden
Laleston Community Council provided funding for a new doorway and development of a sensory garden to enhance the learning experiences of local children Read more….
- 2011December 1, 2011
Broadlands Teenage Park
Laleston Community Council recognised the lack of facilities in Broadlands for teenagers, we provided some equipment and a shelter. ]
- 2009April 3, 2009
Following a representation from young persons of the village, it has funded the supply and erection of a Multi Use Games Area [MUGA] to accommodate tennis, basketball, netball and five aside soccer. This facility is shared with Trelales Primary School whose pupils have sole use during school term time/hours. The general public has use during evenings, weekends and all school holidays.