Christmas gifts for needy coming in thick and fast in Carmarthenshire

Christmas gifts are coming in thick and fast for disadvantaged children across the county.
Large containers and bags have been collected from Llanelli Town Hall and Carmarthen Journal offices this week for the council’s Toybox Appeal.
The annual appeal provides presents for hundreds of children from families who can’t afford to buy them food, gifts or toys, as well as food hampers for those in need.
The gifts need to be unwrapped and for children of all ages, from birth to teenagers with the last day of collection on Friday, December 9.
There are a number of drop off points throughout Carmarthenshire
Carmarthenshire Council’s deputy leader, Cllr Pam Palmer said: “We’re so grateful for all the presents we have received to date, so please keep them coming and help make a child’s Christmas.”

You can drop your gifts off at one of the following collection points:


• Ammanford Town Hall, Customer Services Centre
• Ammanford Guardian
• Llandybie Memorial Hall
• Nat West Bank
• Tesco

• Carmarthen Customer Services, 3 Spilman Street
• County Hall reception
• Carmarthen Journal
• Nat West Bank
• Carmarthen Market
• Carmarthen Library
• Parc Dewi Sant, Building 2, Main Reception

• Llanelli Star
• Llanelli Town Hall
• Llanelli Customer Service - Hub

• Llandeilo Community Education Centre
• Llandeilo Municipal Buildings
• Ysgol Bro Dinefwr

• Pontyberem Hall
• Ysgol Maes Y Gwendraeth


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