Carmarthenshire County Council is seeking views on the proposed new Ysgol-Dewi-Sant school, which will cost an estimated £1.9million to build. The public are being asked to take part in the consultation, which begins on September 13th and runs until October 11th.

Some local residents in the Penygaer area are opposed to the proposals and have begun an application for the proposed site to be given ‘village green’ status.

ysgol-dewi-sant from Cyngor Sir Gâr | Carms Council on Vimeo.

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  1. Investment around business revitalisation, with a view to act as a service provider in Welsh Language conversion, inviting INDUSTRY, COMMERCE & BUSINESS ENTERPRISE toward preserving our ‘Green Environment,’ is essential. Channelling the conversion in the schools, colleges and universities to encourage the young to stay/ live whilst working in Wales. The immediate employment created, will keep the middle generation in sustenance and stem one of the biggest Welsh exports… its people. To teach your people, they need to be noticeable by their presence!.

  2. Not against a new Welsh school – just against it being built on Llanerch field. The site is just too small .

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