The quiet rural village of Llanfynydd is set in a sheltered valley some five miles to the north of the A40 and the River Towy.

Steep-sided valleys topped by rugged windswept uplands, dotted with sheep and cattle. A rich mosaic of pasture, farmland, ancient hedgerows, broadleaf woodland, planted pine forest, and rough grasslands provide important habitats that support a diversity of wildlife and present a varied backdrop that any walker can readily appreciate. Within the village are a church and chapels as well as the lively Pen y Bont Pub

LVS Spring 2019

LVS Bullet Points Spring 2019 BULLET POINTS OF OUR COMMITTEE MEET

NOTICE OF VACANCY IN THE OFFICE OF COMMUNITY COUNCILLOR 

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Section 87 of the Local Govern

Vehicle guidance for access to Recycling Centres

As promised at the Environmental and Public Protection Scrutiny m