Ty'r Winch Road Pavilion Refurbishment Project

An opportunity has arisen to win funding for our Pavilion which is in desperate need for refurbishment, you can help with just a few minutes of your time and it is only a click away.


The Aviva Community Fund offers support and funding to the causes close to your heart, to inspirational local projects in your community. Together we can do more for the causes you care about.

Put forward a project for a local cause, and you could win funding of up to £25,000.


Please help support your local community by voting

Voting is open from 1 May until 30 May 2015


It only take a few minutes to vote – simply, quick and we could have a Pavilion that everyone can enjoy its use, what are you waiting for, just click below and vote!



Ty’r Winch Playing Field

In the event of the field being closed please contact any of the following:   


 Cllr Rosemary James  
 02920 796845
 Cllr Dianne Rees
 02920 794918
 Cllr Derek Stroud  
 02920 259892


Please note that the fields are to be enjoyed by everyone and for health reasons we do not allow dog walking in this park unless they are guide dogs.

Playing Field
Playing fields at Tyr Winch road

Playing Fields, Tyr Winch Road.

Aerial view of the Playing fields at Tyr Winch roadThe playing field on Tyr Winch Road is owned and managed by the Community Council.
This wonderful facility is enjoyed by a large number of residents and is regularly used for events such as the Old St. Mellons Village Association Summer Fete and Boules competition.

The childrens play area and two tennis courts are a popular site with families and children.
Visitors to the playing field are reminded that
dogs are NOT permitted in the field and notices are displayed at the entrance advising all users accordingly.
Thanks go to the number of volunteers who undertake the responsibility of opening and locking the playing field gates every morning and evening. 

Playing Field Funding

May 2010

Rule 106 funding poster

December 2010
tyr Winch Road playing fields poster