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A random selection from today’s Twitter feed –

Comedian ponders ways to combat ‘a mounting mass of misery’ in his column in the South Wales Evening Post today. Rush out and buy a newspaper today. Print works!

Graphic wisdom of the day –

Apparently, today is Lumberjack Day. Altogether now . . . 🎵 ‘He cuts down trees, he eat his lunch He goes to the lavatory On Wednesdays he goes shopping and has buttered scones for tea’

Quote of the Day Let your mind alone, and see what happens. Virgil Thomson

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This is happening next month. Comedian and his pals, Friday, October 12.

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Weather forecast for Llanelli-on-sea today is ‘Sun’s up, temperature’s down’.

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This is happening at Ffwrnes Theatre next month. Phoenix Theatre presenting Ibsen’s Pillars of the Community, starting October 11.

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Do you run a small in Wales? Would you like to know how your digital maturity compares to others in ? The Digital Maturity Survey measures digital technology used in Wales’ .

A major road re-surfacing programme will get underway next week to improve one of town centre’s main gateways. Gelli Onn on the A484 is one of the town’s main road systems, and the surface is now due for repair.

Members of the judiciary, legal practitioners & academics throughout Wales set to meet to consider the challenges and opportunities created by devolution. On Friday 12 October the University hosts the prestigious Annual Legal Wales Conference.

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New flapjack arrives shops.

Dementia friendly theatre at Ffwrnes in this week. £5 tickets for This Incredible Life this eve.

Llanelli Rugby Business Network next meeting Tuesday 9th October, 6pm till 8pm at Parc y Scarlets Speaker will be Sue Heatherington, Director of The Waterside, in Felindre, and partner in Welsh Valley Alpacas.

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Llanelli Library has landed an exclusive gig with Welsh-Canadian pop-rock band the Estrons It’s the only Welsh library to secure a live music gig as part of ‘Get It Loud In Libraries’ campaign. The Estrons will be playing on Sunday October 14.

Big night for President’s Night for Alison Evans, 7.30pm Guest speaker Louise O’Halloran Chair & Founder of the Juno Moneta Group Entertainment by Melody Boys from

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Rustic Baguette of the Week shops is Chicken and Bacon, £2.70. More special offers on the website.

ICYMI The spotlight is on dementia friendly theatre at Ffwrnes in this week.

More than 80 top employers will attend Wales’ largest employment and inclusion conference at Swansea City’s Liberty Stadium this Friday, 28th September.

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