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 communities in South East Wales: Draethen, Waterloo and Rudry.
There are currently 8 Community Councillors representing the communities within the St. James Ward: 2 for Draethen; 3 for Waterloo and 3 for Rudry.
Enquiries, complaints and requests can be made at any time via the details on our Contact Page.


This website is funded by: Valley Voices and Big Lottery Fund

News

Herbert Protocol

Published: 6 Jul 20

Are you currently supporting a vulnerable person in your family, neighbours, workplace with Dementia, Alzheimer’s or with limited mental capacity? Have you heard of the Herbert Protocol? The Herbert Protocol is a risk reduction tool to be used in the event of an adult with one of these conditions goes missing. It is named after George Herbert a War Veteran of the Normandy Landings who suffered with dementia. George sadly died when he went ‘missing’ on his way to his childhood home. How do I register? It is a simple form which contains vital information about a person that can be added to our police systems with a recent photograph. This will allow officers to have at hand important information, hopefully saving precious time in finding the missing person. The person does not have to have wandered previously to complete a form, if you believe them to be at risk please contact us via email: crimeprevention@gwent.pnn.police.uk to request a form. If you are part of a Neighbourhood Watch, Community Group or Support Service and would like to find out more about the Herbert Protocol please get in touch. Read More...

Mini Guide to Spotting the Signs of Labour Exploitation

Published: 1 Jul 20

The Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) has developed a Mini Guide to Spotting the Signs of Labour Exploitation. Agriculture is one of the sectors at risk of labour exploitation. If you think you’re a victim or know someone who is then tell the GLAA. Call them on 0800 432 0804 or call Modern Slavery helpline 08000 121 700. Read More...

Planning Application Received by CCBC W/E 24th June 2020

Published: 1 Jul 20

CCBC has received a planning application within the Community Council's area. 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...