The Caerphilly and District Twinning Association is looking for “enthusiastic” new members to continue the area’s links with towns in Brittany, France.
A public meeting will be held at 7.30pm on Thursday, September 19 at Caerphilly Rugby Club to discuss how the association can develop in the future.
The association’s vice chair, Brian Kitson, said: “The meeting is open to all and the association would welcome ideas from individuals, families and groups, such as choirs and sports clubs.”
The association set up the link between Caerphilly and the town of Lannion in 1991, while Llanbradach’s link with Ploubezre, which is about two miles from Lannion, was set up in 1994.
In 2010, the road between the Llanbradach bypass and the Wingfield traffic lights was renamed ‘Rue de Ploubezre’ to commemorate the twinning arrangement.
In July, members of the association visited Brittany as part of their bi-annual exchange trip to the French region, which has its own Celtic heritage and identity.
The association is set to welcome visitors from Brittany in a return visit next year.