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The latest ‘On Song’ column from the Carmarthen Journal and Llanelli Star

Posted By Robert Lloyd

It’s a very busy time for the young choristers from the Llanelli-based Hywel Girls’ Choir and Hywel Boy Singers – and the singing group Angelicus Celtis.

Fresh from a performance in Manchester Cathedral, they are set to bring their own style

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Press releases

Urgent reminder for school transport applications

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Parents with children starting secondary school in September who think they may be entitled to free transport are being urged to apply as a matter of urgency.

The number of applications received is lower than expected, particularly for those going to

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Press releases

New housing development company call for contractor partners

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Cartrefi Croeso, Carmarthenshire County Council’s local housing company, is calling on property and construction consultants and contractors to join its register of approved partners.

Hundreds of affordable homes are to be built across south west Wales over the next few years,

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Press releases

Crusaders’ Brad Mooar to replace Pivac as Scarlets head coach

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Super Rugby Champions Crusaders Coach Brad Mooar will replace Wayne Pivac as Scarlets Head Coach.Scarlets are delighted to confirm that Brad Mooar has been signed as the region’s new head coach for the 2019-20 season and beyond. 44-year-old Mooar will join

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Carmarthenshire Council’s annual Toybox appeal is underway

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Carmarthenshire Council’s  annual Toybox appeal is underway and the council will be accepting donations up until Christmas Eve.

The earlier they land will make the work of the team easier.

Warm-hearted Carmarthenshire residents with

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News

Community launches new flood assistance appeal

Posted By Robert Lloyd

A community is rallying around to help neighbours and businesses who are still counting the cost of the flooding brought by Storm Callum last month.

A Llandysul and Pontweli Flood Assistance Appeal has been launched by volunteers to raise funds and

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