Auction to raise money for school funds 17/11/17 in the Community Centre. Viewing at 6:30pm auction to start at 7:00pm
Come and join us for a cuppa, cake and chat!
On Thursdays during the school term Auntie Mandy, the school cook will be preparing a roast lunch. Village pensioners a very welcome to attend and buy lunch at a cost of £3 per head. Phone the school to book your place on 01758 750263
Sad news that Gwilym Ellis has died. Gwilym was one of Llan’s boys, Gwilym Penllechog, he was a true gentleman. Thinking of his daughter Debbie and all the family
Heartfelt thanks to Gordon Hughes for all his hard work i weeding/clearing the path through the cemetery. Nice to see a young man working to better his community. Well done Gordon.
Sending best wishes to two of our residents who are in Ysbyty Gwynedd Hospital. Mrs Beti Hughes and Mr Steven Marchant. Get well soon.
Tuesday 11/7 at 5:30 cutting the grass on the playing field come along and help, strimmer. petrol machine, rake or just to carry the cuttings to the bottom of the field
A very well done to everyone who participated in the Urdd Eisteddfod last week!
The results are as follows:
Unison party: 2nd
Duet: Cadi a Twm Ellis, Moelfre Bach, 3rd
Woodwind solo: Cadi Ellis, Moelfre Bach, 3rd
Well done to the disco dancing group for doing their best too!
CSE has published a research paper that addresses some of the misconceptions surrounding wind energy.
‘Common concerns about wind power’ draws on peer-reviewed articles and as written in response to requests from community groups for factual information about the subject.
Separate chapters look in detail at a range of issues including: efficiency, energy payback times, subsidies, shadow flicker and epilepsy, noise, bat and bird mortality, and effects on property prices. It also has a section on nuclear power.
A new report explodes the myths that are blocking this clean source of energy in Wales.
Wind power is one of the cleanest, safest and most cost-effective forms of energy available.
Yet wind turbines face opposition from a vocal minority who raise all sorts of arguments against them. These arguments are generally little more than myths.
In view of the increasing urgency of tackling climate change, decisions on potential wind turbines in Wales must be made on the basis of facts and informed debate, not myth and misinformation.
This new report tackles 20 of the most frequently heard arguments against wind power. These include:
MYTH: Wind energy produces little power
In May 2008, there were 1988 wind turbines in the UK generating the electricity needed for 1,379,127 homes
MYTH: Wind farms are unpopular
The Sustainable Development Commission assessed more than 50 public opinion surveys carried out since 1991 and found that 80% of people were in favour of wind farms and 20% against
MYTH: Turbines are taking over the countryside
As a result of the TAN 8 planning policy, future wind farms in Wales will be mostly restricted to areas amounting to approximately four per cent of the land area of Wales
MYTH: Wind farms harm property prices
A report by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and the Oxford Brookes University (May 2007) found no clear relationship between property prices and the proximity of wind farms.