Powys County Archives Office
Cemmaes Parish and Community Council Records
Reference code(s): GB 0223 M/PC/12
Title: Cemmaes Parish and Community Council Records
Short title: Cemmaes Parish and Community Council records
Dates of creation: 1764-1987
Level of description: Fonds
Extent and medium: (Information to be supplied)
Name of creator(s): Cemmaes Parish Council; Cemmaes Community Council
Administrative and biographical history: Civil parish councils were established by the Local Government Act 1894; their records include minute books, financial statements, correspondence, copies of planning applications, and rate lists. Community councils replaced parish councils under the local government reorganization in 1974. Cemmaes was merged into Glantwymyn Community Council in 1987. Cemmaes is a parish in Powys, formerly in the county of Montgomeryshire.
Scope and content: Records of Cemmaes Parish and Community Councils, 1764-1987, including minutes, 1894-1980; vestry and parish meeting minutes, 1764-1917; letter books, financial records, 1895-1987; rates records, 1894-1973; declarations of acceptance of office by councillors, 1894-1974.
ACCESS AND USE
System of arrangement: Arranged into the following: Minutes; Correspondence; Accounts; Rates; Declarations
Conditions governing access: No restrictions
Conditions governing reproduction: Usual copyright regulations apply.
Finding aids: A hard copy is available at the Powys County Archives Service.
Appraisal, destruction and scheduling information: All records deposited at Powys County Archives Service have been retained.
Accruals: Accruals are possible
Immediate source of acquisition: Deposited 1988, 1989
Note: Title supplied from contents of fonds
Archivist's note: Compiled by Richard Burman for the ANW project. The following source was used to compile this description: Powys County Archives Service, Cemmaes [Cemais] Parish/Community Council : Cyngor Plwyf/Cymuned Cemais, catalogue.
Rules or conventions: This description follows ANW guidelines based on ISAD(G) second edition, AACR2, and LCSH
Date(s) of description: March 2005