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Comedian Phil Evans is from Ammanford. He is known as the man who puts the ‘cwtsh’ into comedy. This column appears in the South Wales Evening Post, Carmarthen Journal and Llanelli Star. Website – www.philevans.co.uk
Last week I was shopping for some ‘Odds
The spotlight falls on young talented musicians and performers from across South Wales at a special concert in Llanelli on Saturday night (November 10).
The concert marks the fifth anniversary of the LARS musical organisation, which is based in Llanelli.
LARS stands for
Aberystwyth University has been officially accredited as a Real Living Wage employer.
The news was announced by the Living Wage Foundation at the beginning of Living Wage Week 2018.
Aberystwyth University is one of 174 employers in Wales who have now signed up
The latest podcast from Phil Evans and Robert Lloyd.
The Big Cwtsh (Episode 33) is now on Soundcloud.
By Mark Jones, director of Carmarthen-based Clay Shaw Butler chartered accountants and business consultants. The Money Matters column appears in the Pembrokeshire Herald, the Carmarthenshire Herald and the Llanelli Herald newspapers.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond presented his second Autumn Budget this week.
Periods of free parking in council-run short stay car parks are being introduced across Carmarthenshire as part of a new pilot initiative.
From Monday, October 29, visitors to the county’s main towns will be able to park for free if they arrive and stay
A council customer service hub is set to open its doors in Ammanford in December.
Ammanford Hwb will be located on Quay Street.
The Hwb will bring additional new services to the town centre.
It will offer face to face advice on
Consultation for two new schools in Kidwelly has started.
People are being asked their views over the next four weeks on the proposed builds for Ysgol Gymraeg Gwenllian and Ysgol y Castell.
The current school buildings do not meet Welsh Government standards in
A retired civil servant from Llwynhendy has been award the British Empire Medal.
William Henry Gerwyn Jenkins was recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to the Samaritans in Swansea.
The 77-year-old has been involved with the Samaritans for more than 40