Glynneath is a typical small welsh valley town located in the Vale of Neath at the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. It has a rich heritage of industrial and community values having been home to the coal industry during the 19th and 20th centuries. Its location is central and is conveniently served for the whole of the South Wales area.
Glynneath has a population of over 4000 people and is democratically administered by 2 tiers of local government. 2 electoral divisions of Neath Port Talbot Borough Council includes part of the town and a dedicated Town Council also has responsibility for the whole of the community.
Glynneath has a wide spectrum of groups, organisations and clubs to cater for all individuals. Central and key icons of the town include the Welfare Park, the Vale of Neath Leisure Centre, a beautiful cemetery and the Town Hall
St Marys Church Hall @ 6.30pm
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Priority 1Road related offences other than speeding
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- Speeding A4109 Heol y Glyn
- Speeding Vehicles along the A4109 Heol Y Glyn Glynneath is a long term problem.
Complaints of Vehicles speeding at the location including HGVs from Celtic Energy. At present there is a legal issue regarding the Signs at heol Y Glyn and in view of this the Speed camera van has stopped attending twice a month as in the past.
This Legal issue is being addressed at present and we are a awaiting reply from local Authority.
There are further concerns voiced regarding this area concerning the drainage. Water runs down from the Mountain and freezes on the Road surface in Winter causing hazardous conditions. This has resulted in Road closures.
Both Police and local Council are teaming up to address both these problems.
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