Llanelli MP appeals to public to join goods shed open day

LLANELLI MP Nia Griffith has appealed for the public to turn out for the consultation day being held on Saturday for the Railway Goods Shed in Marsh Street, Llanelli.
The consultation day offers a rare opportunity to look around the inside of the derelict Grade II Listed building.
"The project to breathe new life into the old goods shed building is one of the most exciting independent schemes for Llanelli," said Ms Griffith, who is chair of the Llanelli Railway Goods Shed Trust, the charity behind the project.
"The plans to bring the building back into community use include everything from creating arts and crafts venues, offices for start-up businesses and social enterprises. The site lends itself to a whole host of uses, both indoor and outdoor and this is a project where we want all the community to get involved with their ideas."
The consultation day is based around an exhibition starting at 10pm at St Barnabas Hall, just a short walk away from the goods shed.
There will be guided tours of the shed and they will be followed by a short presentation on the Goods Shed project and an exhibition of the latest plans.
"This is an exciting project to breathe new life into a derelict historical building," said Goods Shed project officer Robert Lloyd.
The event takes place on Saturday, January 31 from 10am.
The presentation will then take place at 11am.

Anyone interested in attending should register their interest with Robert Lloyd by calling 07777 683637 or alternatively you can email him on rlloydpr@btinternet.com


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