The Llanfynydd Community Council are reviewing their current Community Action Plan at their next meeting on the 12th October.
What do you think Llanfynydd needs are in the short, medium and long term. Your views are welcome and will be passed on to the Council for discussion.
Either by commenting or messaging on FB page, “Llanfynydd Community News”, by using the “Contact Us” tab on the home page of our Community website www.Llanfynydd.net or by email direct to email@example.com.”
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.
A request has been received for the temporary closure of the B4310 Abergorlech from a point 4 miles south-west of its junction with the B4337 for a total distance of 986 metres in a south-westerly direction.
The closure is necessary to ensure public safety whilst MJQuinn carry out urgent works between 0900 hours and 1500 hours Thursday 5th August, 2021.
The alternative route for south-west bound traffic will be to proceed in north-easterly direction along the B4310 to its junction with the B4337. At the junction, turn right and continue in a south-easterly direction along the B4337 to its junction with the B4302. At the junction, turn right and continue in a south-easterly to southerly direction along the B4302 to its junction with the TR A40. At the junction, turn right and continue in a south-westerly direction along the TR A40 to its junction with the B4310 (Nantgaredig). At the junction, turn right and continue in a northerly to north-easterly direction along the B4310 to return to a point south-west of the closure. Vice Versa for north-east bound traffic.
Llanfynydd Parish Church
Benefice Of Catheiniog
The Vicar, Church Wardens and members of the above church wish to convey their grateful thanks and appreciation to members of the community for their continuity in maintaining the church yard in its pristine condition. Situated as it is in the centre of the village, St. Egwad’s church, built around 1291 is a very old edifice and it is very pleasing to see its grounds looking so well kept.
It is very pleasing, when we are in the throes of a pandemic that people have not forgotten the Christian ethic of helping their neighbours.
As in many churches our congregation is very sparse and elderly, unable to carry out the many tasks involved with the church, our finances are not sufficient to employ a groundsman.
Our church roof is leaking badly and we were wondering how to solve the problem. It is said that “God moves in many and various ways his wonders to perform “ when along comes a good Samaritan Mr Derek Harrison, Sannon Court (the old vicarage). He is going to run a ‘Virtual Brighton Marathon’ around Penybont-Bryn-yr-Eglwys-Bronglyn-Farmers-Penybont and is seeking sponsorship, where all the money raised will go to repair the church roof. There are additional sponsorship leaflets circulating giving precise details of how to participate.
To Spencer’s Derek please contact the church treasurer Mr Cliff Price at Penlan House on 01558668659. All Cheques to be made out to LLANFYNYDD CHURCH-BUILDING MAINT FUND.
We hope the community will support Derek wholeheartedly in this arduous task that he is about to undertake to safeguard the future of the Parish Church.