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...

Llanelli Town Centre Cultural Day is a corker

LLANELLI Town Centre was a centre of culture on Saturday (Mar 24) as people of all ages took part in the plethora of activities on offer.

Parking was free and as if by magic, they were all full. Who said free parking doesn't work?

The Royal British Legion Brass Band filled Stepney Square with live music ably directed by a very young and talented conductor.

Carnival Dragons greeted children and their families as they walked along Stepney Street.

The St Elli Centre...

Teen arrested on ‘suspicion of assault’ at St Elli Centre

Dyfed-Powys Police arrested a female in her teens on suspicion of two assaults and a public order offence during the evening of Monday, November 13.

Officers were called to the St Elli shopping centre in Llanelli following a report of a disturbance by a group of young people.

Section 35 dispersal notices were issued to clear the area, and one person was arrested and later released under investigation. An officer was assaulted during the incident.

On leaving the scene, it was...

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...

Dementia friendly Llanelli launch

AS part of the Dementia Friendly Llanelli project, Slower Shopping Tuesdays are being launched in the town on Tuesday, 7th November at 1:30pm in the St Elli Centre.

Following advice from the Alzheimer’s Society, the project which will initially run as a six-month pilot, will encourage a slower pace of shopping in Llanelli on Tuesday afternoons from 1:30-3:20pm.

As part of the pilot, participating businesses will ensure any loudspeakers are turned down or off, ensure that at...

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...

Get set for the St Elli Centre summer singathon

Tenovus Cancer Care is pleased to be hosting the second ever ‘Singathon’ in the St Elli Centre Llanelli on the 1st July 2017.

Saturday shoppers will be entertained by Tenovus Cancer Care’s Llanelli and Carmarthen Sing with Us choirs, Llanelli Community Wind Band, Corcuriad, Kidwelly Festival Choir and lots more!

Emily Wells, Community Fundraiser for West Wales at Tenovus Cancer...