Notice of Elector’s Rights 2021



Due to recent events relating to the Corona Virus, meetings of Cornelly Community Council will be held by remote means.  This decision has been taken to ensure the safety of members of the Council and the public.  The Council will continue to monitor the evolving situation and the decision will be revisited as soon as it is deemed appropriate.


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Community Action Poster


“Are you interested in researching your family tree but don’t know where to start? Or perhaps you’ve hit a brick wall and don’t know where to go next?  Or maybe you visited the family history library often and are longing to get back into it. The new Awen Libraries Family History Group | Facebook has been set up for these reasons.



EU Settlement Scheme Application Deadline (30 June 2021)

The EU Settlement Scheme which was set up under the terms of the UK’s Withdrawal Agreement with the EU, applies to citizens of the EU and EFTA who came to the UK before the end of the Brexit Transition period at the end of December 2020.  Similar arrangements apply for UK citizens who are living and working in continental Europe.


The EU and EFTA residents in the UK who are affected by this need to apply if they wish to retain their rights to live, work and study in the UK.  Some people are not aware that this applies to them, including even some elderly veterans of World War II who came to the UK long before the UK joined the EU.  In addition, the children of some more recent arrivals, who have obtained rights to live and work in the UK, need to have individual applications made on their behalf in order to ensure that they will be able to access healthcare and education in the future.


A short video (3-4 minutes long) providing an overview of the EU Settlement Scheme and some of the issues involved is available on YouTube using the links provided below:


Digital copies of posters providing information about the scheme can be downloaded by clicking on the images below or the links provided below them.  These can be printed out for display on community noticeboards.