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Welcome to the city of St. Asaph, the small city with a big heart!

Within this website you will find a brief introduction about St.Asaph, what to see and do around the city when you visit. You will also find details about the local businesses and community groups within the jubilee city.

Whats more, you will find information about the big community within St Asaph, with its local events, services and facilities and with a wealth of clubs and associations available you are bound to find something to suit you!

This website also contains links to other useful and interesting websites containing information about the city and the surrounding area.

This website has been funded by the City of St.Asaph Council who also manage the website. The city council welcomes comments about the content of the website and suggestions about what other information you would like to see included. Please send your comments and suggestions to: clerk@stasaphcitycouncil.gov.uk

Contact Details: clerk@stasaphcitycouncil.gov.uk

Casual Vacancy

At least two vacancies have arisen on the City Council which are to be filled by Co-option.  The successful candidate will serve for the remaining term of office until May 2017.

The Role

City Councillors represent the people living in the City of St Asaph at the closest level to the community.  When decisions are made Councillors are there to put the views of the local people and have a duty to represent all local people and their interests.

Being available to the public and making people aware that you are a Councillor plays an important part in gaining the understanding of local views.   Council and committee meetings are open to the public and every effort should be made to attract attendance from the public.

There are a number of reasons why people become councillors such as:

  • Representing electors and constituents
  • Using the position of councillor to push forward policies
  • Improving or changing the city or community
  • Defending the area and the community against threat or changes

If you would like further information please contact Sandra Pierce, Clerk to the Council on 07548 267 287 or 01745 58 2209 or alternatively please email clerk@stasaphcitycouncil.gov.uk

To apply for Co-option send a letter of application to the Clerk by 9 October 2015 to the email address above or by post to c/o Pen Y Gloddfa, Rhyd Y Foel. Abergele, LL22 8DY.

All applications will be considered at a Full Council meeting on 21 October 2015. 

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