The appeal will be a public hearing at Llanteg Village Hall on March 10th 2014.
We had a huge surprise last night to find this article on our John Lloyd in the Canadian National Post.
John Lloyd is remembered in Llanteg Hall.
It seems that though John’s grave cannot be located the small cemetery where he is buried is at Lovett, Alberta, the Commonwealth War Graves intend to place a gravestone there for him next year.
Lovett graveyard is quite small with only 37 burials – but not all marked.
The stone will be in a vacant plot not far from where John Lloyd is actually buried.
Here is a copy of the article as it appeared in the paper – kindly forwarded by Johnnie Bachusky:
Our latest Newsletter has just been printed and will be delivered around the village shortly.
In July 2013 it was agreed that the Community Association would merge with the Village Hall Committee – so if you wish to help out just come along to the Village Hall Meetings.
The work of the Community Association in the village – The Clayits, Old School Garden, Community Walks and B.B.Qs, will still continue.
|Application||NP/13/0216 – received on 15/05/2013|
|Proposal||Erection of single wind turbine (225kw : 44.55m blade tip height : 30m Hub height)|
|Location||Trelessy Farm, Amroth, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 8PT
|Site Area||0 sq.m|
|Case Officer||Richard James|
|Current Stage||Valid – with Officers|
|8 week date||09/09/2013|
|Level of Decision||Delegated|