The Council consists of 21 elected members representing seven wards and meets on the second Tuesday (6.00 pm) each month except for August.
Standing committees also meet 4.45 pm on a monthly basis except for August as follows:
The Council is committed to encouraging community development as well as acting as a local voice for the communities it represents.
The Councilís precept for 2015/2016 is £979,710 equivalent to £124.39 per band D property. Since the Council's inception, it has built and maintained nine community halls. It maintains three parks where rugby, soccer and cricket are regularly played and also maintains eight children's play areas. The Council services luncheon clubs for senior citizens. It grant aids voluntary and charitable organisations and provides work based learning training and job opportunities through its Training Department. A full list of services can be found under the 'Services' section of the site.
The Council has been presented with a Fit for Work award for being positive about disabled people. Support has also been declared for Health Challenge Wales to improve levels of health.
The Council is committed to quality of service and this commitment has been endorsed through its Quality Management System. The Council has been awarded with the EN ISO 9001:2008 International Standard and is committed to a programme of continuous improvement. This in turn has led to Investor in People recognition and the Council is officially recognised as an Investor in People organisation.