Cefneithin, Drefach and Gorslas Villages – Served by Gorslas Community Council

Gorslas Community Council promotes community development and social activities, including supporting a number of sporting, cultural and community groups which play a prominent part in the life of the community. The Council is working to respond to local needs to improve the standard of life in the area.

The Council currently seeking to co-opt two individuals to serve on the Council, one to represent the Cefneithin Ward and the other the Gorslas Ward.

If you would like to make a difference to your community at a grass roots level of government then then this is your opportunity. Don’t leave it to someone else. Contact the Clerk for further details on how to apply  ( Tel: 01267 232 063 or e mail Gorslas.CC.Clerk@gmail.com)    

You can view the profile of the Gorslas Electoral Division in English Here and in Welsh Here.

The three villages within the boundaries of Gorslas Community Council each have their own particular character at the same time as being part of the Gwendraeth Valley with its coal mining connections and distinctive Carmarthenshire countryside.  Drefach, Cefneithin and Gorslas, whose population is 75% Welsh speaking, are strung along the Upper Gwendraeth Fawr – Drefach is the most westerly, the centre of Cefneithin is approx 2.5 Km from Drefach and the centre of Gorslas is 1.5 Km further east.

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