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 theRead More
Carmarthenshire has sealed its reputation as a world-class host of major sporting events following its welcome of the Tour of Britain.
Stage One of the UK’s biggest road race took place in the county on Sunday, September 2, bringing 120 of the world’s top
Celebrating Geraint Thomas’ success at the Tour de France, Carmarthen Velodrome could soon be renamed in the champion cyclist’s honour.
In recognition of Thomas’ family roots in Bancyfelin near St Clears, Carmarthenshire Council is proposing calling the town’s velodrome the ‘Geraint Thomas Velodrome’ from
Targeted promotion of Carmarthenshire as a world-class visitor destination has seen record-breaking tourist numbers over the last year, helping boost the local economy by more than £434 million.
Independent figures, put together for Carmarthenshire County
Hundreds of Carmarthenshire pupils will soon be learning about the £1.3 billion Swansea Bay City Deal.
From September, the City Deal will feature as part of the enterprise and employability module of the Welsh Baccalaureate at schools across the county.
Following a trial in
The redevelopment of an iconic building in Ammanford has been completed.
The former courthouse has been brought back into use after undergoing a major refurbishment for office accommodation.
Carmarthenshire County Council purchased the derelict courthouse after it closed in 2011 as part of the