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.
In April, the “Hall Plot” , Llanfynydd re-opened . A lovely place for local people and visitors to visit, relax and enjoy the view. The area, opposite to Spite Chapel, has some children’s play equipment and is looked after by Llanfynydd Community Council and volunteers. All are welcome, but do follow COVID 19 guidlines.
The park area is currently closed to members of the public, and Councillors and Trustees are working together to resolve the situation as quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience
Carmarthenshire County Council wins Heritage Lottery support for our local bog.
Find out more about this very important local resource.
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