Police monitor mass gatherings at Burry Port

POLICE in Burry Port are monitoring reports of mass gatherings planned in the town, after around 200 teenagers had to be moved on earlier this week. Officers are following up on all information received about further plans for teens to meet in large groups, and will break up any crowds Continue Reading

Police called to large gathering of youths in Burry Port

POLICE were called to reports of a large gathering of youths in Burry Port at around 6.05pm on Wednesday. Dyfed-Powys Police officers are investigating damage caused to a car during the gathering of around 200 youths. Police were called to the incident over concerns over underage drinking and antisocial behaviour Continue Reading

Two hospitalised and two arrested following alleged assault in Burry Port

TWO people have been arrested following an assault in Burry Port during the early hours of Saturday, August 22. Dyfed-Powys Police received a report that three people had been assaulted in Neptune Square at around 12.15am. Two men and a woman reported being assaulted by two men. The two male Continue Reading

Burry Port RNLI launch vehicle submerged following mechanical failure

THE Burry Port RNLI had a lucky escape when one of its state of the art new tractors got stuck then submerged in the sea on a busy and eventful weekend for the station. Press Officer for Burry Port RNLI Alun Wells said: “With a major mechanical failure on one Continue Reading

Community comes together to support food bank in Burry Port

TWO Carmarthenshire county councillors have proactively responded to community needs during the COVID-19 crisis.  Speaking to Llanelli Online some way into their ongoing community project, Cllr Amanda Fox and Cllr John James from Burry Port said… “Hospitality and independent non-essential retailers in Burry Port were severely challenged before Covid-19 but Continue Reading

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