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First steps towards maternity project as work starts on site in Glangwili

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Work began last week on the £25.2 million obstetric and neonatal facilities project at Glangwili Hospital.This second phase of redevelopment will increase the capacity of the facilities at the hospital. This will include high dependency cots, special care cots and parent overnight stay rooms, as

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Your chance to have your say at Oriel Myrddin Gallery

Posted By Robert Lloyd

There’s a chance for you to have your say on the future of arts and culture in Carmarthenshire and the part to be played by the Oriel Myrddin Gallery in Carmarthen.
The special OMG Have Your Say event is on Wednesday, October 3.
Details

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Carmarthen’s biggest student shopping event is returning to Carmarthen

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Carmarthen’s Biggest Student Shopping Event is returning to Carmarthen next Thursday (September 27).

More than a 1,000 students are expected to descend on the town to take up exclusive discounts of up to 30% off at over 40

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Latest Carmarthen Town match report by John Collyer (Aberystwyth, home)

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Match Report – Carmarthen Town v Aberystwyth (22 September 2018)
Carmarthen Town (2)  Aberystwyth (2) 
Never has the expression “a game of two halves” been more relevant – while the Old Gold overwhelmed the visitors during the first 45 minutes and should really

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Ivy Bush Royal Hotel sold to international group operator

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Specialist business property adviser, Christie and Co has completed on the freehold sale of the Ivy Bush Royal Hotel, situated in a prominent town centre position in Carmarthen, to Compass Hospitality Holdings (UK) Limited.

The

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Giant step for Carmarthenshire, giant bike for County Hall!

Posted By Robert Lloyd

A giant bike has appeared at Carmarthen’s County Hall as the countdown to the Tour of Britain continues.

Carmarthenshire County Council has unveiled the six-metre statue as part of its welcome to the most prestigious cycling road

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