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

Vehicle guidance for access to Recycling Centres

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Park area closed currently

The park area is currently closed to members of the public, and C

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Llanfynydd recently held a “Welsh Evening” with Cefin Campbell gi