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Householders in Carmarthenshire are being reminded that there are changes to bin collections over the August Bank Holiday.
From Monday, August 30 until Friday, September 3, collections will take place one day later than usual. Remember Friday collections will be picked up on Saturday instead.
Carmarthenshire will play host to stage three of the 2021 Tour of Britain on 7th September 2021.
A day of racing that begins in Fairfach just outside Llandeilo and finishes at the iconic National Botanic Garden of Wales in Llanarthne. The world's best riders will tackle a 18.2km individual time trial through the picturesque scenery of the Tywi Valley.
A new 20mph speed limit is being introduced in a large area of Llanelli as part of a Welsh Government rollout to reduce the national default speed limit.
Llanelli North, which covers Dafen, some parts of Felinfoel and the Llanerch area, has been chosen as one of eight communities in Wales to trial a reduced national speed limit from 30mph to 20mph in residential areas and busy pedestrian streets.
£2.2million is being invested in Carmarthenshire roads over the next few months, Carmarthenshire County Council has announced.
Over 50 sections of road will be resurfaced after funding was made available from the council’s capital works programme and the Welsh Government.
This significant investment is in addition to a programme of preventative dressing treatment which has already commenced.
A new augmented reality explorer trail has been launched for families to enjoy a new experience at Carmarthenshire’s Llyn Llech Owain Country Park.
The trail forms part of a series of improvements at the park including visitor and education centres, a revamped early years children’s playground, landscaping and upgraded footpaths, and a Wellbeing Work-hub for people to work and hold meetings in its peaceful surroundings.
Carmarthenshire's Public Services Board (PSB) is seeking residents' views to find out what matters to them and their local communities.
The results gathered will help the Public Services Board to understand the economic, social, environmental, and cultural factors that impact the well-being of individuals and communities within Carmarthenshire.
This information will shape the development of Carmarthenshire’s Local Well-being Plan for 2023-28.
The Plan will set out the well-being objectives for public service partners to improve the economic, social, environmental, and cultural well-being of Carmarthenshire.
We need to do everything we can to help Keep Carmarthenshire Safe and control the spread of Covid-19 in our communities.
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