Walks Leaflets and Pathcare Team

We revised and updated the leaflet guides for five of our most beautiful local circular walks. These guides can be downloaded opposite. Your Council also aims to monitor the condition of footpaths in our ward so that they can be more effectively maintained.

Several of your councillors are involved in walking footpaths on a periodic basis to check on necessary maintenance. We would also welcome additional volunteers from the local community who would be prepared to walk defined walks perhaps once every three months and report back on any problems with stiles, overgrown vegetation, etc. Anyone wishing to volunteer to help with this and contribute to caring for our footpaths, please in the first instance contact our clerk.

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Commons & Walks

Llanbadoc Community Council is keen to encourage visitors and residents to explore and enjoy the beautiful countryside in this area. With this in mind we have put together a series of walks for you to download below.

Llanbadoc Community Council owns and manages 3 areas of woodland (commons) in Glascoed: Twyn y Cryn, Pantau Bushes and Jenny’s Bushes.

These beautiful woodlands are open to the public and the Council has a rolling programme to improve footpath access so that they can be enjoyed more widely. The Council also owns and manages a common known as Lower Common which is used for leisure activities. All these commons were obtained from Lord Raglan for a nominal price.

Find out more about the commons and download the walking trails by clicking on the links below.

The Commons

Links to Commons pages to be added pending info to be supplied

Twyn y Cryn

Pantau Bushes

Jenny's Bushes

 

Commoners Rights

 

Follow The Country Code

  • Enjoy the countryside and respect its life and work
  • Guard against all risk of fire
  • Fasten all gates
  • Keep your dogs under close control
  • Keep to public paths across farmland
  • Use gates and stiles to cross fences, hedges and walls
  • Leave livestock, crops and machinery alone
  • Help to keep all water clean
  • Protect wildlife, plants and trees
  • Take special care on country roads
  • Make no unnecessary noise

Please note that the pub car parks are private, and members of the public do not have a right to park there. If you wish to use the car park, the pub would appreciate your custom.