Neal Soils Suppliers Partners with Costain to Remove 4500 Tonnes of Hazardous Waste on A465 Heads of the Valley Road

THE A465 is recognised in the Welsh Governments National Transport Plan as a strategically important route and forms part of the Trans European Transport Network. The A465 Section 2 dualling scheme extends for 8.1km from Brynmawr in the West to Gilwern in the East. The aim of the scheme is Continue Reading

Pay and Display for Fisherman’s car park at Country Park

SOME of the double yellow lines put down on roads leading to car parks near Pembrey Country Park and Cefn Sidan beach are to be removed. The lines were painted as part of an experimental order to minimise parking obstructions and damage to verges being caused by a growing number Continue Reading

Council’s annual grass cutting gets underway

WORK has started on cutting more than 6,000km of grass verges adjacent to the main highways in the rural and inter urban areas of Carmarthenshire. Highway officers carefully monitor the growth of vegetation on these highway verges around the county to ensure the verges are cut at the optimum time Continue Reading

Youth honoured for more than 500 hours volunteering

A YOUNG person from Garnant has become the first in the county to be honoured for volunteering more than 500 hours. Brittany Alsop-Bingham, aged 20, was presented with the first Carmarthenshire’s 500 hour Youth Volunteering Certificate. The award was launched at the Carmarthenshire Youth Council (CYC) 2018 Annual General Meeting. Continue Reading

New school uniform grant for low income families

LOW income families in Carmarthenshire will be supported by the council to buy secondary school uniforms for their children. Carmarthenshire County Council will pay £50 towards the cost of uniform under a new £15,000 scheme. The council’s executive board passed the plans for the fund to support families in need Continue Reading

Council allocate additional resources to address fly issue

ADDITIONAL resources have been put in place by Carmarthenshire County Council to try and solve the fly situation affecting parts of Llanelli. Staff are on hand to help those vulnerable people, in particular the elderly and disabled should their situation require additional support. Investigations are continuing into finding the source Continue Reading

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