Welcome to Draethen, Waterloo & Rudry Community Council

 Welcome and thank you for visiting Draethen, Waterloo & Rudry Community Council (DWR CC) web site. We hope you find it useful and informative.


Draethen, Waterloo & Rudry Community Council is close to Caerphilly Town Centre in the South of Caerphilly County Borough.
The Council represents and serves 3 rural Wards in South East Wales: Rhydygwern, Llanfedw and Rudry.
There are 9 postitons for Community Councillors to represent these wards within the Primary Authority of St. James Ward.

 

These positions represent 2 Community Council Members for Rhydygwern; 2 for Llanfedw and 5 for Rudry.

Enquiries, complaints and requests can be made at any time via the details on our Contact Page.

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News

PLANNING APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BY CCBC - 25 NOVEMBER 2021

Published: 25 Nov 21

CCBC has received planning application(s) 21/1113/CLPU for 4 Nantyfelin, Draethen, NP10 8EG within the Community Council's area to Obtain a Lawful Development Certificate to enlarge an existing window opening in the ground floor rear wall of the house to accommodate new glazed bi-fold doors. If you have any comments or enquiries, please email planning@caerphilly.gov.uk You can search, track and comment on planning applications at https://publicaccess.caerphilly.gov.uk/PublicAccess/ Read More...

To honour and in Memory of the brave men from our community who fought and fell in the two World Wars

To honour and in Memory of the brave men from our community who fought and fell in the two World Wars

Published: 10 Nov 21

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them. Read More...

Lest we  forget  - 348453 - Gunner Walter James Moses - 121st Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery.

Lest we forget - 348453 - Gunner Walter James Moses - 121st Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery.

Published: 3 Nov 21

In our series of stories about the local men who died in the two World Wars, on the anniversary of when they fell, this is the story of 348453 - Gunner Walter James Moses - 121st Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery who died this day 3rd November 1918 (Age 27). . Read More...