Councillors propose notice of motion to support new school transport policy

LLANELLI councillors will discus a notice of motion at a meeting on Wednesday 4th March. Parents in Carmarthenshire have raised concerns over the loss of school transport for their children. The motion will be proposed by Shahana Najmi, Town Council Leader and Councillor for the Lliedi Ward and seconded by Continue Reading

Blue plaque honour for man who forged town’s copperworks

MEMBERS of the Town Council and the Heritage Group met on Friday to unveil a plaque to Sir Josiah Mason who, with George Elkington, financed the Copper Works in Burry Port and built the Copperworks School. The plaque was sponsored by the Town Council. Josiah Mason was a self-made man Continue Reading

Town Council support Carmarthenshire Christmas toy appeal

LLANELLI Town Council is proud to once again support the Carmarthenshire Christmas Toy, Gift and wellbeing Hamper appeal. The scheme, managed by the Carmarthenshire County Council’s Youth Support Service, provides gifts and food hampers to help families who struggle financially at Christmas. The Town Council has purchased a number of Continue Reading

Town Councillor seeks questions for Transport for Wales

LLANELLI Town Councillor Sean Rees is to meet with Transport For Wales in call for further improvements. Cllr Rees said: “This Friday, I will be meeting with representatives from the new rail franchise for Wales. I would like to hear from residents to put their questions to Transport For Wales. Continue Reading

Town Council Invest £14,000 to Repair Play Areas

LLANELLI residents will have begun to see improvements to a number of playing parks across the Town as Llanelli Town Council invests over £14,000 in repairing and replacing play area surfacing and equipment. With asset transfer now complete, works have commenced at Crown Park, Havelock Park, Parc y Dre and Continue Reading

Save Llanerch field campaigners boosted by Town and Rural Council’s support

SAVE Llanerch recreational playing field campaigners say that they have been boosted by the support of the Llanelli Town and Rural Council following a Curry Night at the Masala in West End on Thursday (Sep 6). Campaigner Heather Peters said: “It was a very popular event with both floors of Continue Reading

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