Solva Community Council

 Solva Community Council

Are there any local concerns on which you would like to comment? Let us know your views by following the link below.

Alternatively, members of the public are welcome to attend Community Council meetings – see the dates above.

Or, you can come along to one of our weekly coffee mornings from 10.30am to noon on a Thursday in the Memorial Hall, where you will often find a Community Councillor to speak to. Our County Councillor, Mark Carter, sometimes has a local surgery at the coffee morning a couple of times per month; please contact him for details on 07976 553912 or; you can also check the Solva Newsletter for dates.  Alternatively you can make an appointment with the Clerk to see the Chair at other times.

What Solva Community Council Does

Solva Community Council tries to continually improve local services in order to meet the needs both of residents and of Solva’s many visitors. Its general role is to act as a voice for its local area. This involves articulating the views and concerns of Solva people on a wide range of issues of public concern, and making representations to Pembrokeshire County Council and other public-sector bodies.

The Community Council works in partnership with a range of organisations – such as Pembrokeshire County Council, local law enforcement (Dyfed-Powys Police), the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority and the National Trust – in order to ensure that Solva remains an attractive place to live, visit and work.

Decision making is carried out by 8 elected Members, who represent Solva’s roughly 656 people of voting age. However, the Community Council is not party political – enabling each member to vote as an individual on all matters that concern Solva, Whitchurch and Middle Mill.

Day-to-day operations are carried out by the Clerk, supported by contractors for specialist jobs such as Grounds Maintenance.

Other Elected Representatives for Solva

Below are details of the County Councillor, Welsh Assembly Members, Member of Parliament and Police that represent Solva. 

For more information please go to the Solva Community Council Website

Meeting Dates

The meeting dates for 2020 are:

1 April
6 May
Date of AGM to be confirmed (usually May)
3 June
1 July
2 September
7 October
4 November
2 December


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