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Hot off the Press: There’s more good news for Llanelli town centre.
The Bakerboy in Stepney Precinct, Llanelli town centre, reopens on Friday (3.07.20) 9.00am -2.30pm Monday to Saturday.
A company spokesman said: “We have been taking a step-by-step approach to reopening shops, taking
There’s good news today for fans of South Wales bakery Jenkins.
The firm is planning a phased re-opening of shops starting next week.
The first four shops to be re-opened will be –
The Avenue in
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
When I was a lad, I barely
South African international Werner Kruger takes over the captaincy for the Scarlets’ Guinness PRO14 clash with Isuzu Southern Kings at Parc y Scarlets on Sunday (5.15pm).
With centre Steff Hughes sidelined because of a shoulder injury picked up during last weekend’s defeat Edinburgh, the experienced
Sudden jerking, strange noises and bumpy journeys are all signs that there might be something seriously wrong with your vehicle.
Motoring experts from LeaseCar.uk have revealed six signs that a vehicle might be breaking, and what may be the problem.
As vehicles become more technical there are more warning lights than ever, but these systems still miss
The talented Corran Singers will feature in a special concert at St Peter’s Church, Carmarthen, next month.
The Laugharne-based choir will be singing to raise much-needed funds for Carmarthen’s historic church.
The concert is on Friday, March 27, at 7pm. Tickets are £7.
Scarlets will take on Cardiff Blues at the Arms Park on Friday evening (7.35) showing three changes to the side that took the field against the Ospreys on Boxing Day.
All the changes come up front with Werner Kruger replacing Samson Lee at tight-head prop,
Crocus, cyclamen and pansies have been named amongst seven of the best plants for blooming autumnal gardens.
The gardening gurus at GardeningExpress.co.uk have revealed their top plants for brightening up autumnal days.
Others include heather, dahlia, winter aconites and aster.
Whilst spring and summer are