Police appeal following alleged assault at Burry Port Harbour

A 40-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of assault (ABH) following an incident at Bury Port Harbour. At approximately 8.45am on Saturday, August 8, an alleged assault took place near the footpath which runs between the Lifeboat building and the monument. During the incident a 61-year-old man sustained a Continue Reading

Burry Port must work together for public toilets at harbour

COUNCILLORS and a community organisation are at odds over the lack of toilet facilities at Burry Port Harbour. Friends Of Burry Port Harbour issued a statement calling the lack of public toilets in a tourist area ‘shameful’ and ’embarrassing’. The group claim that ‘children have to resort to going to Continue Reading

Progress being made in Burry Port harbour upgrade

A POWERFUL dredger is heading to Burry Port this summer to speed up work at the town’s harbour. Dredging is already under way at the Carmarthenshire seaside town as part of plans to revamp the boating facilities. The more powerful vessel, which also has a crane for pontoon repairs, will Continue Reading

Councillors present loo petition to County Hall

BURRY Port County Councillors John James and Amanda Fox presented a petition to reinstate the public toilets on the lifeboat side of the harbour to the Full County Council today in Chamber County Hall. Carmarthenshire Council initially said that the toilets – near the former lifeboat station – had been Continue Reading

‘Contaminated waste’ being dumped in Millennium Coastal Park claims Chairman of cockle gatherers

THE Chairman of the Cockle Association for the Burry Inlet Thomas Hughes has claimed that contaminated waste is being dumped on a stretch of foreshore within the Millennium Coastal Park and that no one including the County Council, Natural Resources Wales or the Welsh Assembly is doing anything about it. Continue Reading

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