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CRUYFF COURT PENYFAN PROJECT

Construction works commence on Monday 31st January on the Cruyff Court Penyfan at Penyfan Park. Llanelli Town Council is developing the court with funding support from the Cruyff Foundation (set up by legendary Dutch Footballer Johan Cruyff, who had the dream after his career, to create space for
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Councillor Winston Lemon

It is with great sadness that Llanelli Town Council notes the passing of Councillor Winston Lemon on Monday 13th December following a short illness. Councillor Lemon was a member of the Town Council from May 2008 and served with distinction as Town Mayor in 2012-13, also Chairing a number of the
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VACANCY - PART-TIME CARETAKER/CLEANER

Llanelli Town Council is seeking to appoint suiltable part-time community centre caretaker/cleaners. For further information or to express interest please contact us on 01554 774352.   Job Description - Community Centre
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Crown Park Environmental Project - Update

Llanelli Town Mayor, Cllr. Cranham and Deputy Mayor, Cllr. Rees opened the biodiversity project at Crown Park on Friday. The planting work was carried out by Wrenvale Nurseries and supported by the Pupils of Ysgol Pen Rhos and Community Volunteers they were thanked for their hard work installing
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Crown Park Environmental Project

 
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New Community sporting facility comes to Penyfan

New Community sporting facility comes to Penyfan A pioneering football facility is coming to Penyfan in Llanelli. The first ‘Cruyff Court’ of its type in Wales is set to be established by Llanelli Town Council in partnership with the Cruyff Foundation, an organisation founded by the late
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Seaside Kicks Project

On Tuesday 22nd June 2021, Llanelli Mayor and Deputy Mayor, Cllrs. Mike Cranham and Sean Rees were at the ’Seaside Kicks’ Project.     Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn visited the project to present organisers with a ‘Dyfed-Powys Police Force Partnership Award’.   Funded locally
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