Cllr Bennett nee (Maund) was born and bred in Cornelly. She has two grown up daughters and she recently retired as Headteacher at Afon y Felin School after 40 years.
Sue is a former Cub, Brownie and Guide Leader and she has served on the Community Council for the last ten years.
Represented Cornelly ward since 1965, from Kenfig Parish Council to Bridgend County Borough Council.
Mayor of Bridgend County Borough Council 2009/10
Awarded MBE in Birthday Honours June 2012 for Services to Local Government & Community of Bridgend
Chair of Democratic Services Committee – BCBC
President & Co-founder of Sker Life Guards
President 1st Cornelly Scouts. Chairman & Past President Cornelly OAP’s
Secretary Keep Cornelly Tidy.
Governor Corneli & Afon y Felin Primary Schools
Vice Chair Emmaus South Wales – Homeless Persons Charity
Trustee Bridgend Foodbank
Committed Christian, member of Cornelly Community Church
Cllr Granville has lived in Cornelly all his life and he is married with three children. He currently holds the following posts:
• Community Councillor
• Kenfig Corporation Trustee
Some of the posts Cllr Granville has held in the past were:
• County Borough Councillor
• Chair Rights of Way – BCBC
• Vice Chair L.A.F. (Local Access Forum) Wales
• Governor at Afon y Felin School
• Governor at Corneli Primary School
• President of Local Football Club – Cornelly United
Cllr Rose has lived in Cornelly for 60+ years and brought up three children in the area. He is the Chairman of Cornelly Community Council and brief details of his posts / experience are as follows:
Elected Councillor for Cornelly Community Council
Governor of Afon-y-Felin Primary School
Chairman of SHOUT for Kenfig Hill, Pyle and Cornelly – organisation for the over fifties
Caretaker of both Marlas Infants and Cornelly Junior Schools for over 20 years, under the employment of Mid Glamorgan and Bridgend County Councils respectively (Retired)
Governor at Cornelly Schools for sixteen years
Governor at Corneli Primary School
Vice Chair of Governors at Afon y Felin School
Active member of the union N.U.P.E., holding the position of Branch Chairman until the amalgamation into Unison. Holding office of ‘Secretary of Manual Workers’ until date of retirement
Thirty years in the Boy’s Club organisation, as Chairman, Secretary and Committee member
Member of Management Committee for Cornelly Playing Fields for over thirty years and Chairman up to the takeover by BCBC
Secretary of Cornelly United Football Club for thirty years
Industrial Pipe-fitter, Welder and Precision Grinder by trade
Miner at Aberbaiden and Newland’s Collieries and an active member of the N.U.M. Newland’s Lodge
Cllr Wilson is active in many aspects of the community.
He has involved himself in numerous charity events over the years, he was a founder of the Gambo Race, both organising and taking part in it, until it ceased. He was also a co-founder of the ‘Touched by Cancer’ Walk at Kenfig, and enjoys organising and taking part in this annual event.