Penrhos Village Association delivers its first project

The Penrhos Village Association has delivered its first project, to provide Penrhos with a defibrillator. The defibrillator is now installed and working at its site on the wall of the Pavilion at Woodlands Farm Barns. It is part funded by the green energy fund with the remainder being funded through donations and fund raising.

It is now important that as many people as possible are trained to give CPR and to operate the defibrillator. Watch out for training sessions coming soon. These will be advertised on this website or contact Charles at if you are interested in being trained.

The Penrhos Village Association has held two committee meetings since its inception this year and minutes of the meetings are posted on the village website on the village association page. A bank account has been set up to hold funds raised to enable the village association to finance projects.

The village association has been looking into options for improved broadband, as many villagers are frustrated by terrible broadband speeds. Broadway Broadband have concluded a successful pilot in Llanarth and are looking to expand into Penrhos and Llanvapley. You can register your interest in this project at

A huge thank you to all those involved with the Penrhos Village Association and particularly to the members of the committee who give up their time for the wider interests of our community.

Constitution of the Penrhos Village Association

Please see the link below for the revised edition of the Constitution of the Penrhos Village Association

PVA constitution revision 1 (PDF)

Agenda for the inaugural PVA Committee meeting on 19 July 2018 at 7pm

Please see attached PDF for the Agenda for the inaugural PVA Committee meeting on 19 July 2018 at 7pm.

Agenda for PVA on 19 July 2018 (PDF)