Businesses in Burry Port want to use outdoor spaces

COUNCIL chiefs should look into the idea of a partial pedestrianisation of Burry Port in Carmarthenshire to help cafes, pubs and restaurants, ward members have said. Cllrs John James and Amanda Fox said they’d been asked by several retail and hospitality businesses to lobby Carmarthenshire Council to allow them to Continue Reading

Progress being made in Burry Port harbour upgrade

A POWERFUL dredger is heading to Burry Port this summer to speed up work at the town’s harbour. Dredging is already under way at the Carmarthenshire seaside town as part of plans to revamp the boating facilities. The more powerful vessel, which also has a crane for pontoon repairs, will Continue Reading

Llanelli man overcome with grief as reading dog dies of Weil’s disease following rat infestation near his home

WHEN a beautiful German Shepherd reading dog died after suffering terribly from contracting Weil’s disease the owner says his family have been left grief stricken and questioning why the local council have not responded to his calls to investigate an infestation of rats at an adjacent property.. Mike Ridgeway who Continue Reading

Police appeal for witnesses to burglary at Burry Port Marine Services

Police are investigating a burglary in Burry Port in which more than £3,000 worth of equipment was stolen. Overnight between 6pm on February 3 and 6am on February 4 a perimeter fence at Burry Port Marine Services was cut to gain access to the compound. A window was also smashed. Continue Reading

Plans to purchase rugby club boosted by Carnival Committee cheque

BURRY PORT Carnival Committee have presented a cheque for £100 to Burry Port RFC towards their ‘buy the club’ appeal. The club on New Street has been home to teams over the decades and has seen thousands of children and adults go through it’s doors. The club is popular with Continue Reading

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