There are twelve members of the committee. Here’s the list below and you can click on personal profiles
I originally moved to the village with my family seven years ago to develop the former Bethsaida Chapel into a bed and breakfast which I now own and manage.
I’m the General Manager at Theatr Mwldan and the designated premises supervisor for the building which also means I hold a Personal Licence (handy for running a pub!).
Born in Port Talbot, trained as a teacher in Carmarthen and then spent 25 years teaching, 8 years running a business and 7 years working at an open air museum as a Victorian!
We originally purchased our home in St Dogmaels in 2011 as a bridge between our families in south Wales and our then home in county Clare in the republic of Ireland.
I was born in St. Dogmaels as was my father and grandfather. Married to Sian and have two daughters, Fern and Rhiannon. My family and our village are my life and so proud as well.
I was brought up in Newport Pembs and, after training at Trinity College, Carmarthen, moved away from the area to teach in the south of England.
I live on the High Street in St Dogmaels with my husband, Piers, who was born on a local farm at the top of Longdown bank.
I was raised in the village, as were generations of my family before me. I received my early education in the village school. I am a retired teacher and a member of many organisations in the village: the Secretary for Merched y Wawr, run and organise the Pensioners’ Luncheon Club, Governor for the village school, and a Community Councillor.
I have lived in the village all of my life and been part of many groups and associations.
I have been associated with Llandudoch since meeting my wife Angela in 1973, who was born and brought up in the village. We moved to the village in January 1981.
My name is Dennis James, the brother of councillor Mike James . My experience that I’m trying to bring to this committee is that I have previously run two public houses: The Saddlers Arms in Cardigan and The one and only White Hart in St. Dogmaels.
I was born a few miles from Heathrow airport, and lived there all my life, until moving to St Dogmaels seven years ago. I have always felt an affinity with Wales. It is such a privilege to be involved in the campaign to buy The White Hart, which has brought together so many of us who really value the idea of community, and don’t want to lose our local pub.