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Joining St Callwen

February 24, 2017

Rev. Alun Brookfield,
Vicar St, John the Baptist Callwen,

Dear Rev. Brookfield,

I am interested in joining St Callwen and putting up a stone for my grandparents, William John and Gwenllian Evans. Is it possible to purchase a plot for burial for myself in St. Callwen, or to put up a private chapel in the grounds? It looks like a nice place to be buried. I hope to be around for a few years, but you never know.”

Heaven forfend that we should say something that might be construed to be a ‘death threat’. 

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  1. IoanRichard Says:

    How can any Church or Chapel accept someone for membership who posts untrue and defamatory items on the public internet:-
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    Myron Evans comments about Mawr Community Council and Mawr Development Trust on his BLOG site:- https://drmyronevans.wordpress.com/page/2/ dated 24-2-17
    Myron Evans of 50, Rhyddwen Road, Craigcefnparc, Swansea SA6 makes many utterly deluded inaccurate comments in this Blog Posting he Also makes untrue and defamatory comments about individuals and publishes e mail material he has had marked “confidential” from the Auditor from Karan.Sanghera@audit.wales

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    START HERE >>>>>>>
    Accounts of Mawr Community Council and Development Trust ac…
    February 24, 2017
    To Auditor’s Office, Welsh Assembly:
    These accounts do not contain any information which show how taxpayers’ money was actually used. I assume that the accounts of Mawr Development Trust can be inspected at Companies House before it went bankrupt, owing creditors a lot of money. We still do not know how much money. Can you send me a copy of the two Audit Documents which severely reprimanded the Community Council in 2011 and again 2015. Your office described the Community Council as having completely failed the electorate, or similar wording. This was widely reported in the media. Subsequently, Cllr. Ioan Richard and others were forced to resign from the Community Council after a meeting in which the electorate voiced its displeasure at extreme overdevelopment. Cllr. Richard has also resigned from the Planning Committee of Swansea County Council and has little or no support in Mawr. I have filed several complaints against Cllr Richard with the Ombudsman’s Office concerning his abusive conduct. I feel that the Community Council should be wound up and Mawr run directly by the Assembly. In view of these auditing irregularities Cllr Richard should resign, they occurred during his tenure as County Councillor. I feel that there should be a fraud investigation.
    Myron Evans, Armiger (2008) and Member of the Gentry (Burke’s Peerage and Gentry 2012), Civil List Pensioner (2005).
    cc M. P. for Gower,
    From: Karan.Sanghera@audit.wales
    To: EMyrone@aol.com
    Sent: 23/02/2017 15:07:22 GMT Standard Time
    Subj: Request for Information: Mawr Community Council and Development Trust accounts (IR590)

    Dear Dr Evans,
    Further to my email of 7 February 2017, I am responding to your request for information of 3 February 2017, which was for:
    i) A complete record of accounts for the Mawr Community Council; and
    ii) A complete record of accounts for the Mawr Development Trust.
    Item (i)
    With regard to item (i) of your request, please find attached the accounts we hold for the Mawr Community Council. I have redacted a small amount of information from the documents provided as I consider the exemption under section 40(2) (personal information) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 applies. This section provides an absolute exemption and applies because disclosure would breach the data protection principles of the Data Protection Act 1998.
    Item (ii)
    We do not hold the accounts of the Mawr Development Trust as this is not an entity which we audit.
    If you wish to complain about my handling of your request, please email or write to me.
    I must also refer you to section 50 of the Freedom of Information Act under which you may apply to the Information Commissioner for a decision on whether or not your request has been dealt with in accordance with the Act. The Information Commissioner’s contact details are:
    Information Commissioner’s Office
    Wycliffe House
    Water Lane
    Wilmslow
    Cheshire SK9 5AF
    email : casework
    Tel: 0303 123 1113
    Fax: 01625 524510
    You should note, however, that the Information Commissioner would normally expect you to have exhausted our internal complaints procedures before dealing with such an application. Further guidance may be found on the Information Commissioner’s website
    If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.
    Yours sincerely,
    Karan Sanghera
    Cynorthwyydd y Gyfraith a Moeseg / Law and Ethics Assistant
    Ffôn / Tel: 029 2032 0552
    E-bost: karan.sanghera
    E-mail: karan.sanghera
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    Am fwy o wybodaeth am Swyddfa Archwilio Cymru a manylion am ffyrdd eraill o gysylltu â ni, ewch i’n gwefan http://www.archwilio.cymru.
    Mae Swyddfa Archwilio Cymru yn croesawu gohebiaeth yn Gymraeg neu’n Saesneg a byddwn yn ymateb yn yr iaith rydych chi wedi ei defnyddio. Rhowch wybod os yr hoffech dderbyn gohebiaeth gennym yn Gymraeg yn y dyfodol. Ni fydd gohebu’n Gymraeg yn arwain at oedi.
    Os byddwch yn mynychu cyfarfod yn Swyddfa Archwilio Cymru, rhowch wybod i’r trefnydd os yr hoffech gyfrannu i’r cyfarfod yn Gymraeg ac/neu os yr hoffech dderbyn gwasanaeth Cymraeg ar y dderbynfa yn ystod eich ymweliad.
    IR590MawrCommmunityCouncilaccounts.pdf
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