Miss Label vanishes from St Elli Centre

THE retailer Miss Label has closed their unit in the St Elli Centre.

The company have now closed five out of their six stores in the last six months.

A post on the Miss Label Facebook page  by Gary Bailey said: “Sorry to say all Miss Label stores are now all closed, Bridgend store is now not Miss Label but still has clothing and Homeware you will love”

Some people took to social media to post their disappointment and shock that the store in Llanelli was shut down so...

International Women’s Day Llanelli style

IT is International Women's Day (IWD) today, Thursday (Mar 8).  It is a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women. #IWD2018

Now, more than ever, there's a strong call-to-action to press forward and progress gender parity. There's a strong call to #PressforProgress motivating and uniting friends, colleagues and whole communities to think, act and be gender...

Ysgol Gyfun Y Strade entertain the shoppers

THE wonderful musical tones drifting through the St Elli Shopping Centre today, Wednesday (Dec 20) were courtesy of the pupils of Ysgol Gyfun y Strade who were situated on the balcony overlooking the main square in the centre.

The choir were accompanied by the school band and they played a mixture of traditional Christmas carols in Welsh. Shoppers took time out to stand and listen to the pupils performing giving them a warm and generous applause following each song.

There was a...

Town’s Christmas Cheer as Reindeer Parade packs em in

BLACK Friday is supposed to be the day that shops make a killing. Move over, Reindeer Day is here in Llanelli. The annual parade, which included the Swansea City Pipe Band, The band of the Royal British Legion, The Celtique Twirlers, numerous mascots, marchers and The Mayor took place on Saturday (Dec 2) thankfully on a dry day.

Thousands of people lined the streets from Theatr Ffwrness via Llanelly House, Vaughan Street and Stepney Street before coming to a halt in Spring Gardens...

Lights shine brightly in Llanelli as Ty Bryngwyn Hospice stages Festival of Lights

LLANELLI gathered once more on Monday (Nov 13) for the annual Ty Bryngwyn Hospice Festival of Lights at the St Elli Shopping Centre. It is a very special date in the calendar for so many people who use, have used or support the Ty Bryngwyn Hospice.

Hundreds of people attended the event to witness the sitch on of the lights. Civic dignitaries from the Llanelli Rural Council, Town Council and County Council including the Chariman Irfon Jones, Mayor of Llanelli Jeff Edmunds and Deputy Mayor...

St Elli Centre to hold ‘Autism Hour’

On Monday, (Oct 2) for 60 minutes between 10am and 11am, St Elli Centre will employ a quiet hour, taking the time to provide autistic people with a break from the overload of too much information.

NewRiver, the UK’s largest community and convenience focused property investor/shopping centre owner will be supporting The National Autistic Society’s Autism Hour from 2nd of October where shops and services across all 33 UK wide shopping centres will...