Kidwelly Co-op beats off stiff competition to become runner up Store of the Year

STAFF at the Co-op in Kidwelly are overjoyed at having received a runner up award for the store in a national competition beating 800 stores to runner up in Store of the Year 2020. Staff posted: WE’VE ONLY GONE AND WON AN AWARD!! “From all of us at Co-op Kidwelly Continue Reading

Gwnewch eich rhan stopiwch feirws rhag lledaenu meddarweinwyr gwasanaethau cyhoeddus

MAE’N rhaid inni wneud rhagor i stopio’r feirws rhag lledaenu – dyna’r neges oddi wrth arweinwyr gwasanaethau cyhoeddus yn Sir Gaerfyrddin wrth i achosion Covid-19 ddechrau cynyddu eto. Mae Cyngor Sir Caerfyrddin, Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Hywel Dda a Heddlu Dyfed-Powys yn gweithio’n agos gyda swyddogion Iechyd Cyhoeddus Cymru a Llywodraeth Cymru Continue Reading

Support in place for Swansea school pupils self isolating

PUPILS at schools in Swansea should not miss out on learning should they be asked to self-isolate due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Parents are being reassured that the council and schools are working together to maintain education continuity as much as possible should a class or year group be told Continue Reading

£11.5m new build for YGG Tirdeunaw commences

CONTRACTORS have moved on-site to start construction of an £11.5m new build for YGG Tirdeunaw. Morgan Sindall has been appointed to build the school on land fronting Heol Gwyosydd in Penlan next to Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bryn Tawe. The project is being jointly funded by Swansea Council and the Welsh Government Continue Reading

Family pay tribute to 60-year-old motorcyclist killed following collision on A40

Iwan Lloyd Jones, aged 60, from the Capel Isaac area was killed following a road traffic collision on the A40 Llandeilo Bypass on Wednesday, 9th September 2020. Iwan’s wife Mandy Jone paid the following tribute: “Iwan was gentle, generous and a thoughtful, loving husband. He wasn’t just my husband, he Continue Reading

Llangennech train derailment caused by brakes ‘jamming’

THE first report  by the Rail Accident Investigation Board into the major derailment at Llangennech of ten wagons carrying fuel from Milford Haven to Theale, which was carrying diesel fuel has concluded that the crash was caused by brakes on the train ‘jamming’. In response to the report Nia Griffith Continue Reading

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