The latest edition of the Henllanfallteg Community Newsletter, The Helgorn Taf Bugle is now available to download. This edition is published digitally only and a paper copy will not be available at this time. Your can download it here: Helgorn Taf Bugle December 2020 Please share this with friends and family, or any neighbours you thinkRead more about Helgorn Taf Bugle December 2020[…]
The wonderful Llwyngarreg Gardens are open to anyone wishing to combine a visit with their walk from home during the lockdown period. A great way to exercise and take in the wonderful gardens at this time of year. See www.llwyngarreg.co.uk for more information about the gardens and how to find them.
The editorial deadline for the next Helgorn Taf Newsletter is November 23rd 2020. If you have any articles or news you’d like to be considered for the next Newsletter edition, please forward it to Rich at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Llwyngarreg Gardens just outside LLanfallteg village would like to thank the community for their support of the local plant sale which raised £700 for the NGS (National Garden Scheme). The distant plant sale was held online where a list of available plants could be seen, and either collection or drop off of purchases was arranged.Read more about Llwyngarreg Raises £700 From Local Plant Sale Support[…]
The latest edition of the Henllanfallteg Community Newsletter, The Helgorn Taf Bugle is now available to download. This edition is published digitally only and a paper copy will not be available at this time. Your can download it here: Helgorn Taf Bugle May 2020 Please share this with friends and family, or any neighbours you thinkRead more about Helgorn Taf Bugle May 2020[…]
Fancy contributing to the next newsletter? The next edition of the Helgorn Taf Bugle will be published at the start of May. In the best interest of the community this edition will only be available digitally online. With current restrictions across the country, many of the events we normally feature in the newsletter are postponedRead more about Let’s Hear Your Stories – Community Newsletter[…]
During this time of being asked to stay at home to curtail the spread of Covid-19; to our knowledge, the following businesses are providing a delivery service. Groceries & Food Store Deliveries J K Lewis – Glandy Cross (01239) 831134 Costcutter – Narberth (01834) 860228 – Phone & collect also available Whitland Stores – WhitlandRead more about Your Local Deliveries Network – Public Notice[…]
Llwyngarreg Gardens in Llanfallteg (See www.llwyngarreg.co.uk) are offering free entry to local residents, who may like to extend their daily walk to incorporate the beautiful gardens this spring. Spring is an exciting time for the gardens and well worth a visit to see early blooms. Residents are asked to maintain social distancing guidance, and ensureRead more about Extend Your Walk To Llwyngarreg Gardens For Free[…]
Updated: 24th March 2020. The playing field remains open as a ‘green-space’ for you to use. All fixed play equipment are out of bounds and NOT to be used. Groups / families from the same household can use the green-space together, otherwise please maintain social distancing guidance as set by Government, use responsibly and withRead more about Make the most of your local green spaces whilst staying safe at the same time[…]
The Hall Committee has decided that in the best interest of the community that all hall bookings for the next 12 weeks starting from today will be cancelled. Depending on the situation regarding Covid -19 virus bookings will resume from 17th June 2020. However, the situation is uncertain and therefore for any updates please referRead more about Millennium Hall Llanfallteg Closure[…]
The Council’s scheduled meeting for 26 March 2020 has been cancelled until further notice. Please download the Covid-19 Notice file for full information and useful contacts. Covid19-Notice.pdf Download
West Wales Biodiversity Information Centre WWBIC, a partner in the Carmarthenshire Nature Partnership, is launching a project to encourage everyone to submit records of six priority Welsh species on their website. WWBIC can provide training on what makes a good record, how to submit records, as well as an introduction to this project and theRead more about Common or Garden Project – Have you seen these species?[…]