Llantwit Major is steeped in history, the anglicised version of the welsh name Llanilltud Fawr takes it origins from — llan church enclosure + Illtud a celtic saint + mawr great.
The town is governed by the Llantwit Major town council consisting of fourteen councillors. Each year in May a Mayor is elected who is currently Councillor Robert Gant.
The busy and vibrant Town has several facilities and services which are maintained by a team of Town Clerk, Deputy Town Clerk, and Administration Assistant in the Town Office with several caretaker/cleaning staff and a gardener/handyman to
maintain the buildings and open spaces to a high standard.
The facilities that the Town Council is responsible for is listed under the council responsibilities. These are provided within the ‘Powers’, that is the legal actions that the Town Council can achieve for the benefit of the residents of the Town.
St Illtud's Church was packed on Saturday, 1st of February to watch the fifth annual Town Mayor's Youth Concert. A council spokesperson said: "Our thanks go to Major Music and Alyson Jones who organised and provided all the backing music and equipment for the event...
Age Cymru are once again appealing to the public to fill a wrapped shoe box with gifts for older people living in care homes. The Town Hall will be a drop off point again this year. The deadline to get your shoe box in is Friday 6th of December 2019. Full details,...