Cornelly Community Council consists of nine Community Councillors representing around 7,100 residents and they handle a budget of approximately £150,000.  Unlike County Borough Councillors, they receive no pay or expenses – in other words, they give their services free to the residents they represent…

The Council has a Clerk, who is also the Responsible Financial Officer, and deals with all administration matters, and to whom all correspondence should be addressed.

COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEETINGS

Meetings of Cornelly Community Council are multi location. Meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday of every month except August and December,  at 6.30pm at Cornelly Community Centre.  Anyone wishing to attend a meeting  meeting remotely, via the Zoom platform, should contact the Clerk, who will then forward the link to allow remote attendance.

Cornelly Community Council is responsible for Maudlam Allotments, which is a site consisting of 36 plots.  Any residents of Cornelly, Maudlam or Kenfig who are interested in renting a plot at the allotments should contact the Clerk and she will add their name to the waiting list.

The Community Council currently have a short term lease on Cornelly Community Centre.  They are in the process of taking forward a 35 year lease by way of a Category Asset Transfer from Bridgend County Borough Council.  Anyone wishing to enquire about using the Centre or the Public Hall should contact the Dorothy Parker on 07479 515420.

The Council is also responsible for maintenance and decoration of the Public Hall on Heol Las, North Cornelly.

The Council funds Christmas Lights during the Christmas period and Hanging Baskets during the summer period, throughout Cornelly.

Four times a year, or in exceptional circumstances, the Council considers requests for donations and grants.  Any local Club/Association who wishes to apply for a donation/grant from the Council should pass their request to the Clerk prior to the meeting date on which Donations are being discussed.

Since 2008 the Council has produced a Newsletter twice a year, which provides residents with updates on things the Community Council have been involved in.