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Welcome to Peterston-super-Ely village website.  We hope you find this a useful place for information on the events and organisations within the village.
Peterston Church & Community Hall - News


Keeping safe for everyone is paramount at this difficult time and so the Church and Community Hall will close from today until further notice.


The Trustees understand that the Hall is such a focal point for the village and are sorry to have to do this, but do not want to put people at risk.


With thanks to all those regular hirers and sections who make such a positive impact on the village - let's hope it's not too long before we can be up and running again.

Please see the Local Authority's page for the latest information relating to the Vale of Glamorgan services during Covid 19


Please also follow the links provided by Jane Hutt for Business Advice during the current situation and useful contact numbers:

Updated Business Advice

Coronavirus - helpful numbers

About Us
Peterston-super-Ely is a thriving community with its own primary school, Post Office/village shop, Church and Community Hall, garage, two pubs, playing field and tennis courts.  We also have an active Community Council and many other organisations.
The village is set within the Vale of Glamorgan just off the A48 and some 7 miles from Cardiff.

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The next ordinary Council meeting will not be held on  Monday 13th April 2020 at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. We will update on the arrangements that will be put in place during Covid-19 in due course.
Notice of Cllr Expenses paid for the financial year 2018-2019
Please note that the contact address and telephone number of the Clerk has changed from 10th January, 2020 and can be found on the contact page of the website. 




















To add news or events to the website do contact Jo Howell or Paula Pridham

St Peter's Church

Photo by Stuart Wilding


Photo by Lis Burke