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Disaster Fund Logo

Llangammarch, Cefn Gorwydd, Tirabad and Llanwrtyd are tightly-knit communities and  have all pulled together to launch the charitable trust 'The Llangammarch & District Disaster Relief Fund' to support the surviving children affected by the tragic events in Llangammarch Wells on the night of Sunday 29th and Monday 30th October 2017.

The Trust comprises eight members - 3 members of the Llangammarch Community Council, 3 members of Llanwrtyd Town Council and two members of the family.



Memorial bench
Bench and arbour

This memorial bench and its surrounding arbour were dedicated on Saturday 13th October 2018 in Llangammarch.

These can be found in the Riverside Gardens at Llangammarch.

The small community of Llangammarch raised money for these though events and donations.

Grateful thanks to Cllr Mairwen Price for organising the project and to Cllr Sandra Wear for the images.

Wild Flowers

We Will Remember Them

Public Statement, November 2023


This is a public statement following a meeting of the Trustees of the Llangammarch & District Disaster Relief Fund on the 28th November2023


  1. With grateful thanks to everyone who had contributed to the fund in 2017 and 2018.

  2. The children, now young people, have come of an age that it was agreed that the fund should be equally divided, three ways

  3. The bulk of the fund was therefore released on the 28th November 2023, leaving a small sum in the bank to receive interest that is due in January from the investment funds.

  4. This too, will also be equally divided, when the interest arrives in 2024.


Trustees: Cllr Peter James MBE, Cllr Timothy Van Rees, Cllr Lynda Pace Avery, Cllr Dr Jon Hather, Cllr Sandra Wear, Sue Lilly (LCC Clerk), Lee Wilson, Free Terry

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