Aberystwyth University will once again show its support for Wales’ biggest youth festival next week as thousands of young people compete at theBrecon and Radnorshire Urdd National Eisteddfod.
For the third year running, the University is the sponsor of the sports arena at the
Workmen have been busy bees at Sandy Water Park in Llanelli.
They’ve been busy creating a new habitat for bees, close to Pont d’Agen (the Agen footbridge and cycle crossing over Traeth Ffordd).
I’m no expert in the habits of bees, so the
Work is set to start on the new £2.6 million archive extension at the rear of Carmarthen library.
The development of the new, much needed, purpose built archives facility, Y Stordy, will help ensure the awaited return of the Carmarthenshire Archives collection to the county.
It was a great pleasure to work with singer and TV and radio personality Shân Cothi recently.
On stage, she is a ‘force of nature’. Backstage, she is supremely professional and always enthusiastic.
Here’s her biography . . .
Welsh personality, is a versatile classical
The LEADER programme, which aims to support the regeneration of rural Carmarthenshire, has opened a new call for Expressions of Interest.
LEADER is designed to get local people, businesses and communities involved in delivering sustainable, innovative solutions to address some of the economic, social and
An Ammanford teenager will be representing Carmarthenshire at the House of Commons later this year.
Thomas Vaughan-Jones, aged 14, has been elected by members of the Carmarthenshire Youth Council (CYC) to represent the county at the UK Youth Parliament for 2018.
He will be