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At a Full Council Meeting on Thursday 23rd March 2017, councillors unanimously approved plans to create additional community facilities including a function room and Town Council offices at the Princess Gwenllian Centre, Hillfield Villas, Kidwelly. The work will be undertaken in partnership with the Princess Gwenllian Centre committee.
The Mayor of Kidwelly, Cllr Stephen John said “In response to many years of planning and consultation in the community, I am pleased that Kidwelly Town Council has been able to make this investment in the community by using local skills and local labour.”
“This phase of the Princess Gwenllian Centre development will provide residents and the wider locality with numerous social and recreational opportunities.”
Full plans will be available here on the Kidwelly Town Council website and on display at the Princess Gwenllian Centre. Read more...
Kidwelly Town Council is the local community council for the town of Kidwelly and the village of Mynyddygarreg. This website offers a glimpse into what there is to see and do and where to stay in Kidwelly...Read More
Planning has already started for Kidwelly Carnival which will take place on the 8th July 2017. If you feel that you could help please go along to one of their monthly meetings. You can find…Read More
Kidwelly is a town in Carmarthenshire, west Wales, approximately 10 miles west of Llanelli. The town of Kidwelly lies on the River Gwendraeth above Carmarthen Bay. Kidwelly is a coastal town, ideally situated as a centre for touring West Wales, the Pembrokeshire National Park, the Gower Peninsula & the Brecon Beacons. The area is a superb mix of rolling countryside, seashore and woodland - indeed it is totally microcosmic of the rest of Wales at its finest.
Today, the town has adapted to cater for tourism and retail rather than dense industry. With historical attractions and beautiful countryside attractions include Kidwelly Castle and Kidwelly Industrial Museum.