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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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Pembrey Country Park unveils new camping facilities

Posted By Robert Lloyd

New facilities have been introduced at Pembrey Country Park to cater for the growing number of families holidaying at the park.
The campsite, which caters for touring caravans, motorhomes and tents during the summer season, is growing in popularity year on year.
New

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Tour of Britain cycling event brings economic boost to Carmarthenshire

Posted By Robert Lloyd

The long-term benefits of Carmarthenshire’s welcome of the Tour of Britain have already started to emerge, with early estimates showing the county pocketed an economic boost of around £800,000 during the

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End ‘Period Poverty’ in Carmarthenshire

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Young people in Carmarthenshire are being urged to join in with the national debate on ‘Period Poverty’.
Carmarthenshire Youth Council is holding a meeting with education officers in Llanelli next week and members are urging young people in

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Carmarthenshire Council’s Welsh Language Annual Report now available

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Carmarthenshire Council’s  annual Welsh Language report for 2017/18 can now be seen on the authority’s website.
The report focuses on the second year of the implementation of the Welsh Language Standards.
It includes information about work

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Antiques fair organiser fined for illegal fly-posting

Posted By Robert Lloyd

A Carmarthen woman has been ordered to pay almost £500 after fly-posting about an antiques fair on a public highway without permission.

Carmarthenshire County Council brought the prosecution against Brita Rogers, of Groesffordd Fach, who had illegally advertised

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