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  • Volunteers from drug and alcohol centre help clean up park

    Volunteers from drug and alcohol centre help clean up park VOLUNTEERS from a Llanelli-based drug and alcohol intervention service have helped clean up a local park. Chooselife Cymru, which offers advice, information and support to drug and alcohol use...
  • Dog owners warned clean up or pay up

    Dog owners warned clean up or pay up DOG owners in Burry Port are being warned to clean up after their pets - or pay up! The council’s environmental enforcement officers will be stepping up patrols in the area following a request from local membe...
  • Council supports ‘Top Swap’ event

    Council supports ‘Top Swap’ event THE first ever clothes swapping party has been held in Llanelli. The ‘Top Swap’ swishing event was organised as part of the upcoming Llanelli Fashion Week. ...
  • Multi-agency Operation Beagle targets scrap metal trade.

    Multi-agency Operation Beagle targets scrap metal trade. Roads policing officers in Carmarthenshire teamed up with the local council’s environmentalenforcement officers recently to target unlicensed scrap metal collectors and crack down on the ...
  • Residents fill two skips with rubbish

    Residents fill two skips with rubbish TWO skips of rubbish were filled by residents in Trimsaran. The skips were provided by Tidy Towns to help householders in Garden Suburbs dispose of their waste responsibly and prevent fly-tipping. ...
  • Shrubs removal signals start on Eastgate

    Shrubs removal signals start on Eastgate SHRUBS and trees have been removed from Island Place public car park. Contractors have had to act early before birds started nesting in the undergrowth that could have held up a vital town centre development. ...
  • Climate Change Dilemmas

    Climate Change Dilemmas There are always two sides to each argument, and two groups of highly motivated individuals with directly opposing agendas to every debate. No other issue in the current debate on Environmental matters than climate change are p...
  • BRAVEHEART SCARLETS END LOSING STREAK AGAINST EDINBURGH

    BRAVEHEART SCARLETS END LOSING STREAK AGAINST EDINBURGH By Helen’ Helzbach’ Davies      Once again the Scarlets had to endure damp, dismal conditions as they took to the field for their second league encounter in less than a w...
  • Pembrey Spitfire base taking off again

    Pembrey Spitfire base taking off again THE former Spitfire fighter base that is now Pembrey Airfield is enjoying a renaissance by refuelling military aircraft. Since 1998 their airfield has been providing logistical support to military and emergency s...
  • McDonalds staff in clean up

    McDonalds staff in clean up STAFF from McDonalds joined Coleg Sir Gâr students for a big clean-up in Cross Hands. Almost three skips were filled with rubbish found on land to the rear of the former Kwik Save store. The clean-up was organised by Tid...
  • International Women's Day

    International Women's Day Glanymor and Tyisha Communities First has organised a celebration of International Women’s Day. Communities First has received funding from the Welsh Assembly Government for an event in line with the theme '‘A Ce...
  • Greener Living

    Llanelli residents will have had a chance to learn how to live in a more environmentally friendly way. Glanymor and Tyisha Communities First held a Greener Living Workshop at Emmanuel Chapel, New Dock Road, Llanelli. The event was funded by the Welsh As...
  • Sand Candles

    Support your local crafters.  Sarah Turner has been making candles for the past 10 years her latest editions are the Sand Candles, they come in various colours and cost from £2.00 each. An addition to any home and any room evocotive of the sea. Cr...
  • SCARLETS LOOK TO HOME ADVANTAGE FOR LEAGUE CONTEST AGAINST EDINBURGH

    SCARLETS LOOK TO HOME ADVANTAGE FOR LEAGUE CONTEST AGAINST EDINBURGH The Scarlets welcome Scottish side Edinburgh for a rare Thursday night of rugby at Parc y Scarlets as the West Wales region looks to regain its strong league form this season. ...
  • Burry Port News (we 27th February 2011)

     Burry Port News (we 27th February 2011) ...
  • The Llanelli Music Scene

    The Llanelli Music Scene By Daniel Hobbs The Llanelli music scene is a thriving culture.  We have rock, metal, punk, memo, dance, ado’s, and other such enthusiastic people to make Llanelli’s weekend night life a thriving business.  W...
  • International Women's Day

    International Women's Day Come and celebrate your day with Communities First A Celebration of Women’s Achievement in the last 100 years TUESDAY 8th MARCH 2011 MORFA SOCIAL CLUB ...
  • Carmarthenshire in top 20 in UK waste reduction league table

    Carmarthenshire in top 20 in UK waste reduction league table CARMARTHENSHIRE is winning in the race towards zero waste. The council is number 20 in a UK league table of 203 local authorities showing the amount of rubbish being thrown away per person. ...
  • ‘Garden swap’ allotment scheme

    ‘Garden swap’ allotment scheme  A SCHEME allowing Carmarthenshire County Council tenants to sub-let their gardens to other residents to use as allotments, has been supported by the council’s Policy and Resources Scrutiny Committ...
  • Computer Scam

    Computer Scam Trading Standards officers in Carmarthenshire are warning residents about a scam that has affected a number of residents recently. ...

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