The Community Councillors are unpaid and give up their time voluntarily. When we have the full complement of members, there are nine councillors – seven members represent the Trefriw ward and two represent the Llanrhychwyn ward. Their names and contact details are listed on the village notice boards and below.
Cllr Kim Ellis
Chair (Trefriw Ward)
Tan y Berllan, Trefriw
Kim moved to Trefriw in 1999 with partner Tony – they had a wonderful wedding at Gwydir Castle in 2011. Kim worked with Conwy Education Services until retirement beckoned in 2015. She is secretary to Trefriw Walkers are Welcome, and is a member of Trefriw Historical Society.
Cllr Jasmine Kelly
Vice Chair (Trefriw Ward)
Crafnant House, Trefriw.
Jasmine moved to Trefriw with her husband in 2017 to pursue their dream of running a B&B following careers in the civil service. She also volunteers for Conwy Library Service.
Cllr Lucy Williams
Maes Teg, Trefriw
Lucy moved to Trefriw from Llandudno Junction in 2016. She is a trustee of the Higgins Trust.
Cllr Wil Morris
The Old Rectory, Trefriw
07795 657 394
Wil moved to Trefriw in 2021 from Cyffylliog. Originally from Llanrug, near Caernarfon.
Wil is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor working solely in infrastructure sector (water, highways, nuclear etc).
Cllr Idris Bowen
Bryn Estyn, Trefriw
Cllr Gareth Siddorn
Pen Yr Alt, Llanrhychwyn, Trefriw LL27 0YX
Cllr Bronwyn Griffith
Cae Crwn, Crafnant Road, Trefriw LL27 0JZ
I have lived in Trefriw since 1988 and my Trefriw family go back several generations. I work part time as a Community Nurse in the rural area of Conwy.
Clerk and Financial Officer
Angorfa, Trefriw, LL27 0JJ
07305 316095 Email details
Vikki moved to Trefriw in July 2018. Before moving to the village, she worked for over 20 years as a property lawyer for various solicitors and conveyancing firms within Northampton. Whilst taking a break from conveyancing, she also worked for Northamptonshire Police within the Research Department. Vikki has recently started learning welsh at Abergele College.
Vacancies for the Trefriw Ward
There are currently two vacant seats on the Community Council for the Trefriw ward. To better represent the Community Council we need to fill these vacancies. Would you consider becoming a Councillor?