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-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.
Peterston Unlocked - News
Updates on the Hall and Community Council can be found here.
Peterston Community Council - News
Garden Waste - will only now be collected if you ring and request on 01446 700111
COVID 19 Updates
Please note that St Peter’s Churchyard is open as normal. Anyone that visits must ensure that they adhere to the current Government advice in relation to social gatherings and social distancing.
Please see the Local Authority's page for the latest information relating to the Vale of Glamorgan services during Covid 19 including available grants and helpful information.
Up to date Business Advice is available on Business Wales website
Up to date advice from GVS for businesses and community groups
Please note that the review of the Local Democracy and Boundary Commission are beginning a review of the electoral arrangements for the Vale of Glamorgan County Borough. Please see attached notice.
Latest Council News
The next Community Council meeting will be held remotely on Monday, February 8th, 2021 at 7:30pm. This will be the Annual General Meeting followed by Full Council meeting. If any member of public who wishes to attend must contact the Clerk on 07949174711 by midday on Monday, 8th February, 2021.
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.
Please note that the External Audit has now concluded and the notice of audit is contained below.
To add news or events to the website do contact Tor Trundle or Paula Pridham
St Peter's Church
Photo by Stuart Wilding
Photo by Lis Burke