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New Ysgol Parc y Tywyn School in Burry Port opens its doors to pupils

Posted By Robert Lloyd

The new Ysgol Parc y Tywyn in Burry Port has opened its doors to pupils for the first time.
Current pupils moved into their new £9.6 million school on Monday (July 9) at its new home near the harbour.
The Welsh medium school, which

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Have your say on rural housing needs in Carmarthenshire

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Housing officers from Carmarthenshire Council will be out in locations across Carmarthenshire this week and are keen to hear views on housing issues affecting your community.
We will be at Memorial Hall in Pontargothi on Tuesday (July 10) from 10am-11.30am then on to Llangadog

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Llanelli school wins Carmarthenshire Young Traders competition

Posted By Robert Lloyd

A Llanelli school has made nearly £600 in a day of trading in the town’s outdoor market.
Ysgol Brynsierfel pocketed the money after battling it out with Ysgol Bryn Teg and Ysgol Teilo Sant in this year’s Carmarthenshire Young Traders competition.
They were the

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Carmarthenshire children learn about 3D printing technology

Posted By Robert Lloyd

From making pizza for astronauts in space to recreating ancient bones for archaeological research, pupils at a Carmarthenshire school have been learning all about the use of 3D printing technology.
Dr Dimitrios Pletsas, of Swansea University’s College of Engineering, led a morning workshop at

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Hop on board with Catch The Bus Week

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Carmarthenshire County Council is encouraging people to hop on board and try public transport during ‘Catch the Bus Week’ this week (July 2 – 8)
The national event raises awareness about the benefits of travelling by bus with the hope of achieving long term

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Amanda Thomas and Biscuit’s Barkery scoop £5000 Beacon Bursary prize

Posted By Robert Lloyd

The winner of this year’s Beacon Bursary award is a passionate dog owner whose business proposal is to provide nutrient-rich dog treats.
Biscuit’s Barkery, set up by Amanda Thomas, will receive a cash prize of £5,000, free office space within the Beacon Centre for

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