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Magor with Undy Community Council


To conserve and improve Magor with Undy as an attractive and sustainable place in which to live, visit and do business

The Community Council have adopted the Model Code of Conduct (Wales) Order 2008 (as amended). All Councillors are bound by this Code of Conduct


The Community Council in order to conduct its own business, services and duties processes a wide range of data relating to its own operations and some which it handles on behalf of partners, and has an Information & Data Protection Policy and a General Privacy Notice to regulate such activities.


By law any interested person has the right to inspect a Council's accounts.  If you are entitle and registered to vote in the Community Council elections then you (or your representative) also have the right to ask the appointed auditor questions about the council's accounts or challenge an item of account contained within them.

Check out the Notice of Appointment of Date for the Exercise of Elector's Rights, which shows when and where you can inspect the accounts and see a summary of your rights.


About Us

The Community Council is made up of members of the community of Magor with Undy. We are elected by the public to serve a term of four years. We give our time on a voluntary basis and are not paid for the work we do. The Council does have the following paid employees: Beverly Cawley, Clerk of the Community Council and three village wardens.

Full Council meetings are held at least once a month, either at Undy Church and Community Hall, Magor Church Centre or the Magor Baptist Church Schoolroom. At these meetings, we go through the agenda (which is displayed on the Community Council notice boards in the village as well as on this site). There is also time set aside during which residents in the community may address the Community Council and/or ask them to discuss specific issues or concerns at a future meeting.

The Community Council also hold various 'committee' meetings on an ad hoc basis.

Agendas and minutes of all Magor with Undy Community Council meetings can be found on the web site Meetings page

Details of any Community Council vacancies can be found on the Councillors page.

What We Do 

Employs three village wardens who keep the village tidy and free from litter.
Provides all the bedding plants for the village.
Provides the majority of seats in the village.
Provides and maintains three play areas, one by Sycamore Playing Field, one by Millfield Park and one at Undy Playing Fields.
Provided and maintains the half pipe skate ramp at Undy Playing Fields.
Provides and manages three allotment sites in the village.
Provides the multi-surface /tennis courts at Sycamore sports Field, which are managed by MUSLA.
Owns and maintains The Procurators House.
Owns and maintains woodland at Common y coed
Provides the Christmas lights and Christmas trees in Magor Square and on Undy Pound.
Sponsors the Open Air Carol Service in Magor Square  
Maintain some of the public footpaths in village in annual partnership with Monmouthshire County Council. 
Actively seek grants for any projects.
Provided the ‘dog signs’ in the village.


Maintains and responsible for five bus shelters. 
Works in partnership with Monmouthshire County Council and have provided a village footpath, with benches and notice board at Mill Common.
Additional solar streetlighting at Whitewall, additional lights on footpath Franklin Open Space
Gives annual grants to maintain the two Churchyards in the village.
Give grants to local groups and organisations
Monthly meetings with Neighbourhood Police officers to discuss any problems in the village.
Funds one qualified Play leader to assist with Magor Baptist Church Youth Club
Consulted by Welsh Assembly Government (WAG) and Monmouthshire County Council on various issues including planning applications.
The M48 link – lobbying Welsh Assembly Govt and MCC re the need for this road to reduce traffic on the B4245. 
Support a railway station at Magor/Undy - in contact with SEWTA South East Wales Transport
Alliance and the newly formed Magor Action Group On Rail
Provides newsletters to residents to inform them of projects and local news.
Provides the Magor and Undy Community Council web site.


Provides and maintains 30 dog waste bins
Supplies dog waste bags free of charge to members of the public 
Community Council are also represented on Magor with Undy Sports and Leisure Association (MUSLA), Citizens Advice Bureau, School Governors, Police Liaison, Undy Athletic Club
Support MUSLA re Provision of Community Centre for the village.
Support Undy Athletic Club re additional facilities.
In partnership with Forestry Commission providing trees on land in Common-y-coed as an amenity project and will be installing benches so residents can see the wonderful views over the Severn.
Residents often contact Councillors or the clerk as their first port of call.
The minutes, once approved, are posted on the Web site and also available from the Community Council Office
Liaised with MCC regarding resurfacing in front of St Mary's Church Magor. 
Has a stall at the Monthly Undy Farmers Market, handing out recycling bags, walk leaflets and other pertinent information
Campaigned for additional car parking spaces at the Square Car Park
Worked in partnership with Monmouthshire County Council by providing topsoil for their 'Pollinator' policy in Magor and Undy.