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Cancer Research fund-raiser at Carmarthen Leisure Centre

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Zumba lovers in Carmarthen will be showcasing their dance moves for charity.
On Saturday, March 26, it is hoped that as many people will turn out as possible to Carmarthen Leisure Centre and raise money for Cancer Research UK.
The Zumbathon is part of an open day at the centre with multiple free activity sessions for adults and children delivered throughout the day.
These include netball, hockey, basketball, actif storytime and multi-skills session from 9am-3pm. The local tennis club will also be on hand. For those feeling energetic can jump on the smoothie bicycle maker and fill up those glasses.
The council’s area activity coordinator, Gareth Davies said: “The day is all about having fun and keeping fit and healthy as well as raising money for a great cause. It also provides us with an opportunity of showing customers what the centre has to offer from juniors to seniors and best of all it’s free.”
Anyone wishing to enter the Zumbathon from 10.30-11.30am can pick up a sponsor form by call…

The latest Phil Evans column from the South Wales Evening Post

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The latest Phil Evans column from the South Wales Evening Post.
Comedian Phil Evans is from Ammanford. He is known as the man who puts the ‘cwtsh’ into comedy.
www.philevans.co.uk


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A ban will change your life:

I believe the old saying, ‘You don’t miss the water until the well runs dry’ - even though owning a well would be ‘wishful thinking’ on my part.
See what I did there?
But, as my annual water rates cost a fortune, I wouldn’t only miss my supply if it were cut off, I’d be hammering on the front doors of the Welsh Water HQ demanding my taps be turned back on forth-with.
And, if that wasn’t possible, fifth-with!
But I digress...
The old saying means you don’t miss something until it’s no longer there and I was reminded of it while reading an article written by a Phil Colwill, about how his life changed when he was routinely stopped by the police, admitted he’d had a drink earlier, was breathalysed and banned from driving for 12 months.
He explained…