Cllr Huw Williams

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Appointing Authority: Powys County Council

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Contact information

Phone:  01639845868

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Committee appointments

Term of Office

  • 26/05/2022 - 25/05/2027

Additional Information

Huw Williams is currently serving as a Powys County Councillor for the Aber-craf and Ystradgynlais ward, where his key responsibilities include

Planning Licensing and Rights of Way Committee, Licensing Act 2003 Committee, Taxi Licensing subcommittee, Pensions and Investment Committee, PCC Housing – Tenants Scrutiny Committee and Climate Change Committee.

He is a fluent Welsh speaker and has over 30 years’ experience in Youth and Community work. During this time, he managed a Local Authority’s Youth and Community provision which included staff supervision, appraisal, and development as well as monitoring and evaluating provision against the service quality framework. He has overseen a delegated budget so that resources and staffing are distributed equitably and within regulations. He has also managed various personnel issues and had a specific Health and Safety responsibility across the Powys Youth Service.

To further the cause for young people he has represented the Youth Service on numerous bodies and worked in partnership with many agencies.

Over time his community work included the delivery of an informal adult education programme, adult literacy classes, support of village halls a Community Minibus scheme and summer play schemes.


He also sits on the following outside bodies:

YsgolGolwg y Cwm CP School -Chair of Governors

Maesydderwen Comprehensive School Governing body

Ystradgynlais Regeneration Committee

Ystradgynlais Welfare Grounds Committee

Police Liaison Committee (local-quarterly meetings)

PCC Housing Penybryn/Aelybryn housing estates ‘Love Where You Live’ project committee

Nant Helen Surface Mine and GCRE liaison committee

Friends of Ystradgynlais Library committee