BULLET POINTS OF OUR COMMITTEE MEETINGS from 2021 Covid 19 Due to the CoronaVirus Pandemic, we have been restricted in how we hold our meetings over 2021 and the activities we wished to carry out. We are hopeful we will be able to resume these this year. The Society
Containers are emptied frequently but some sites are heavily used so please take your waste home if the banks are full. Do not leave items on the ground as this is fly tipping and you may be issued with a fixed penalty notice.
Many thanks to everyone who has taken the time to make comments, due to the fact that a lot of interest has been generated we have decided to extend the deadline for further comments to 1st of November 2021 which will allow Councillors the opportunity to view any further comments
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
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. myaccount.carmarthenshire.gov.wales/en/service/Report_fly_tipping_process
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
<►> 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
BULLET POINTS OF OUR COMMITTEE MEETINGS Winter 2020 Our Community Footpaths We have discussed walking and marking our local footpaths, and will note the paths that require better signage and also maintenance to become passable. We referenced the Carmarthenshire Council maps and County Walks Leisure Time brochures. We agreed more