New Community Defibrillators Installed – 10/01/2020

The community council are delighted to inform the residents of Llay that 2 new community Defibrillators have now been installed in Llay at Llay Legion and Llay Welfare.

The two units are now live and available to be used by the community following Community council funding of £4,200.

In the event of an emergency please call the Ambulance Service on 999, who will evaluate the situation and if required inform you of your nearest working Defibrillator, they will also supply you with the code required to open the cabinet.

A third Defibrillator has been purchase which will be installed over the next month at the Crown Pub, once installed the Defibrillator will be activated on the Welsh Ambulance system.

Community Christmas Tree

December 9th saw the official lighting of our new community Christmas tree. The tree which is located in the rockery gardens was provided by the community council and took centre stage in the community Christmas celebration. The planting of the tree was carried out by pupils from Park CP School in the morning. In the evening the community gathered around the tree for the official lights turn on, followed by a carol concert in the church

Winners of Llay Community Council Litter Poster Competition

The winner and Runner up of the Llay Community council Litter Poster Competition were

The posters will be displayed in various locations around the village to encourage people not to drop litter

Skate Park Funding in Place

In February's Community Council Meeting Councillor Paul Crewe, informed the meeting that the funding for the Llay Skate Park was now in place and work on the park is expected to start in the next 3 to 4 months, with and expected build time of 4 weeks.

The park is being funded by a grant from CORY which has been match funded with a sum of £4727 which was raise through fundraising events and grants.

The Skate Park will be situated next to the car park in Alyn Waters Country Park

New Look for Changing Rooms

Llay Community through Councillor Paul Crewe applied for a grant from the Welsh Assembly Government Tidy Town Initiative and were successful in acquiring a grant to improve the look of the changing rooms at the Shone’s lane football pitch, the home of Llay United Youth Football Club.

Using the skills of Graffiti  Artist Dave Eardley along with help from local children the changing rooms have been transformed into a multi-coloured work of art.