Author: WeDigJames

Notes from the public open meeting

Notes from the public open meeting held at on Tuesday 01/11/2022 , 19:30 pm at Capel Speit

Attendees Councillors ; Tomos Muxworthy, Mairwen Rees, Sarah Thomas, Meirion Jones, Dai Jones, Rhys James, Dylan Thomas.
Apologies ; Brian Thomas.

Members of the public 23.

The Chairman welcomed all present to the open meeting which was being held by Llanfynydd Community Council to gather ideas. Attendees were given the opportunity to vote on a new name for the Hall Plot.

The following subjects were discussed.

  • The state of public Highways and footpaths .
  • Cylch Meithrin Cwrt Henri – there is a vacancy for a group leader, if this is not filled the Cylch could be under threat.
  • Provision of the new defibrillator along with a status update of the existing defibrillator.
  • The need for a meeting area at the hall plot.
  • Open spaces for dog walking.

Attendees were reminded of the Fireworks display held at the Penybont on Friday 04/11/22

The meeting closed at 20:10pm

Problems with Fly-Tipping

There has been an increase in fly-tipping in and around Llanfynydd in recent weeks, please if you witness anyone fly tipping, or come across some dumped rubbish please report it directly to Carmarthenshire County Council via the link below as soon as possible.

Llanfynydd Village show 10th August 2019

Please come and support the 80th show at Llanfynydd to be held on Saturday 10th August. Come and meet up with old friends and to join in the excitement of the day’s competitions.

For more information you can call the show secretary Ann Williams on 01267 290643

Please find attached the show schedule Llanfynydd Village Show

Llanfynydd Show Equine Notice

After much discussion and consideration following professional advice and guidelines the Llanfynydd Show Committee have decided, for the 2019 show, not to make equine flu vaccination mandatory but at the exhibitors’ discretion.
We ask that all horse owners/competitors act responsibly and be vigilant for the signs of equine flu and only attend if your horse is fit and well. If in doubt please contact your own vet.
Please practice good bio-security measures while at the show.
We remind all competitors that they and their animals attend Llanfynydd Show at their own discretion and own risk.

Update – Llanfynydd Bog Project

Llanfynydd Bog project

Cllr. Mansel Charles, Isabel Macho and Charles Sargent unveiled the new information sign about the Llanfynydd Bogs Project which is positioned outside the churchyard next to the notice board.

There will be information about the Bogs Project in the Llanfynydd Village Society’s marquee at this years Llanfynydd Agricultural Show on Saturday 8th August. Do come along and find out about our local bogs and the birds that can be spotted there.

Its a wonderful area to visit and study the local wildlife and fauna and why not finish your visit down at our newly opened pub The Penybont Inn which is opening the weekend of the show