Showing posts from 2017

Save our Surgery SOS fight steps up a gear in Burry Port

The SOS fight to save a GP surgery in Burry Port is being scaled up to include a protest at the next meeting of Hywel Dda University Health Board.
Pembrey and Burry Port Town Council is in the vanguard of the campaign to save Harbour View Surgery.
The council’s Mayor, Councillor David Owens, said the proposed closure would have ‘devastating’ consequences for the local community.
Cllr Owens said: “A public meeting in Burry Port earlier this week demonstrated the massive groundswell of opinion against the closure of Harbour View Surgery.
“The people of Burry Port and Pembrey will not sit back and let this happen.
“The SOS campaign is all about Save Our Surgery.
“We will be mobilising our campaign troops to protest at the next meeting of the Hywel Dda Board, when the board meets in Penygroes next week.
“As a council representing the people here, we appreciate that Penygroes may not be the easiest venue to get to, so we are making it easy for SOS campaigners by organising a free bus to take peop…

The latest On Song column from the Carmarthen Journal and the Llanelli Star

The latest On Song column from the Carmarthen Journal and the Llanelli Star, by Robert Lloyd.

The Russians are coming!
To Carmarthen, in fact!
The internationally-acclaimed LYRA Russian Vocal Ensemble will be performing at St Peter’s Church, Carmarthen, on Friday, May 12 (7pm).
Tickets are £10 on the door and there are interval refreshments available at £2.50.
LYRA are from St. Petersburg, Russia.
The singing group consists of four members that have been educated either as opera singers or choir conductors in St. Petersburg Conservatory.
The four are -
Born in St Petersburg. Graduated from the St. Petersburg conservatory. Won International competition of Sacred Music in Roma, Italy in 1995 as the conductor of a chamber choir "SingerBridge". Works as a choir master in St. Peter’s Cathedral in St. Petersburg. Act as an active composer too.
Born in the Karelian ASSR Byelomorsk. Graduated from the State Conservatory in …

Special roast Sunday lunches back on menu at Llanelly House

Special roast Sunday lunches are back on the menu at the popular Llanelly House in Llanelli town centre.
The kitchen at the historic Georgian house is back in business for Sunday lunches, starting this weekend, April 30.
“We’ve had requests galore from our loyal customers, asking every day of the week when we will be opening again for Sunday lunches,” said Llanelly House trustee Alison Evans.
“This Sunday, we are delighted to be opening our doors again for special roast lunches. As we have a brilliant location, slap bang in the middle of Llanelli town centre, we are looking forward to welcoming customers old and new this Sunday.
“Our resident chef Anna Brown is known throughout the land for her appearances on TV and radio, so you can trust that she will have plenty of culinary treats for everyone to enjoy, starting this Sunday. “Booking is advised and you can save yourself a table by ringing 01554 772857.”
The café and restaurant opens at 10am and the Llanelly House team will also be…

West Wales business celebrates Investors in People award

The team at West Wales chartered accountants and business consultants Clay Shaw Butler are celebrating passing another significant business landmark.
In recognition of the business maintaining the highest standards, Clay Shaw Butler has been awarded the Investors in People award for a further three years.
“We were already holders of Investors in People status, but this latest award recognises our continued commitment to achieving the highest standards in business,” said Clay Shaw Butler director Mark Jones.
“The award is independently audited and demonstrates our commitment to high performance through good people management.
“With our headquarters in Carmarthen, we pride ourselves on playing a key role in the business community in West Wales.
“Good practice and good business standards and procedures start at home and we hope that our commitment to providing a quality service to our customers receives the recognition it deserves.”
Investors in People is the international standard for people …

County walks across Carmarthenshire upgraded

County Walks across Carmarthenshire have benefitted from an upgrade thanks to the Rights of Way Improvement Plan Funding Programme from the Welsh Government. The programme is managed by Natural Resources Wales and implemented by Carmarthenshire County Council.
Nearly 43km of 44 routes across the county, covering 23 town and community council areas have been improved, and 146 items of furniture installed, 97 per cent of which were new gates to help improve access to the countryside.
County recreation and access manager Alan Warner said: “An example of the improvements carried out under ROWIP is in Brechfa, where 10 stiles have been replaced with self-closing pedestrian gates, new steps and signage installed to improve routes for local residents and visitors to the area.
“This formed part of the larger programme of rights of way improvements on footpaths and bridleways around the county including works on the Ferryside, Cenarth and Llandysul County Walks as well as routes in Cwmifor, Tall…

Carmarthen concert date for famous LYRA Russian Vocal Ensemble

The Russians are coming! To Carmarthen, in fact! The internationally-acclaimed LYRA Russian Vocal Ensemble will be performing at St Peters Church, Carmarthen, on Friday, May 12 (7pm). Tickets are £10 on the door and there are interval refreshments available at £2.50.
LYRA are from St. Petersburg, Russia. The singing group consists of four members that have been educated either as opera singers or choir conductors in St. Petersburg Conservatory.
The four are - 
Born in St Petersburg. Graduated from the St. Petersburg conservatory. Won International competition of Sacred Music in Roma, Italy in 1995 as the conductor of a chamber choir "SingerBridge". Works as a choir master in St. Peter’s Cathedral in St. Petersburg. Act as an active composer too.

Born in the Karelian ASSR Byelomorsk. Graduated from the State Conservatory in Saint-Petersburg. Actively touring musician. Well-known in St Petersburg as a jazz-singer.


Success for Hywel Dda health board at the Clinical Teacher of the Year Awards

Two high-flying consultant psychiatrists from Hywel Dda University Health Board are celebrating after winning prestigious awards from the British Medical Association (BMA).
Dr Justin Cressey-Rogers and Dr Matthew Sargeant came first in their respective categories in Teaching and Learning Innovation and Outstanding Achievement at the BMA Cymru Wales/ BMJ Clinical Teacher of the Year Awards for 2017.
Dr Cressey-Rogers has been involved in teaching medical students from Cardiff and Swansea universities, and teaching junior doctors in west Wales and Swansea.
Dr Cressey-Rogers is currently a consultant in psychiatry of substance misuse at CDAT Penlan, Carmarthen, and also works in community adult psychiatry, as well as working closely with substance misuse workers in Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion.
He said: "“I’m absolutely delighted to have won this award – it’s been a team effort and special mention must go to the postgraduate centre and to Dr Sargeant, without whom I co…

The Phil Harmonics ready for fundraiser for Ty Bryngwyn Hospice

The busy ladies of The Phil Harmonics have a special charity fundraising night coming up this summer.
They will be performing at the Stradey Park Hotel, Llanelli, on Friday, June 9, in aid of the Ty Bryngwyn Hospice Fund.
Tickets are £25 and include a two-course meal and other entertainment from 'Friends' of The Phil Harmonics.
Tickets are available from Phil Harmonics members of through their Facebook page.
Rock and pop choir the Phil Harmonics have made their entrance onto the Llanelli music scene gradually over the last two years. The group was set up by Sarah Mair Richards, Phil Thomas and Pauline Yudowitz.
In 2016 they held a charity evening which helped raise more than £1,600 for Prince Philip Hospital Breast Care Unit in Llanelli and a maternity hospital in Uganda.
Choir rehearsals are at The Stradey Park Hotel and the choir members are grateful for the hotel’s continuing support.
The Choir is for 18 - 80 year olds who want to be part of a very exciting group who are very diff…

Llanelli Rotary Curry Night aims to boost End Polio Now campaign

As part of the global End Polio Now campaign, Llanelli Rotary Club members are staging a fundraising Curry and Quiz Night next month.
The event is at 7pm on Thursday, May 4 at The Stag public house in Five Roads.
The evening is being organised by Rotarian Joanna Isaac.
Tickets are £10 and are available from any member of Llanelli Rotary Club.
Joanna said: "It promises to be a fun evening and we will be raising cash on the night to help boost the End Polio Now campaign.
"Everything we raise locally in Llanelli gets 'cash-matched' higher up the ladder.
"We have already held a number of very successful events in aid of the charity and this Curry and Quiz Night should enable us to submit a significant total towards what is a very worthy international campaign to rid the world of polio."

Guest speaker at WEA Llanelli to tell the story of the Ukraine

The next public lecture for the Llanelli Workers' Education Association (WEA) promises to be a special event. The lecture is on Thursday 27 April at the Selwyn Samuel Centre in Llanelli and the guest speaker is Bohdana Bahlay. She will be giving a talk on "The Story of the Ukraine".  Bohdana is a specialist Cardiac Physiologist at Morriston Hospital, having held the post for more than 10 years. In her spare time, she is an active member of the organisation Voice of Ukraine Wales, which raises awareness of the history and culture of the Ukraine. She has helped stage several cultural events in Llanelli to promote her homeland.
The lecture starts at 7.30pm. Admission free - non members welcome to attend.

Pembrey Country Park goes back in time

Pembrey Country Park will step back in time over the spring bank holiday.
Visitors to the park will be given an insight into what it was like living during the First World War in a two-day event.
Infantry, cavalry, medical services, munitionettes and civilians from that era will interact with each other with period police officers doing the rounds.
A WWI field hospital, complete with medical equipment, will be set up within the park, near the visitor centre, from 10am to 5pm.
Representatives from The Welsh Great War Society, Northamptonshire Regiment and the Norfolk Regiment will also make an appearance along with a group portraying the French/Belgian resistance.
A treasure hunt, organised by Dyfed Archaeological Trust, will lead people through the tunnels and munitions factory base.
Entry to the event on Sunday and Monday, April 30 and May 1 is free. Usual car parking charges apply.
Carmarthenshire County Council’s head of leisure, Ian Jones said: “Pembrey Country Park wasn’t always the mag…

Llanelli Library finishes as runner up in a national competition

Llanelli Library has come runner up in a national competition encouraging readers to discover the world of fictional forensic archaeologist Ruth Galloway, a character created by author Elly Griffiths.
Quercus Books invited libraries across the UK to partake in a three month Elly Griffiths Reader Challenge from January to March this year. Libraries have been creating wonderful displays and Elly has chosen Llanelli Library as the “brilliant runner up”.

Dance performance puts spotlight on Dylan’s wife Caitlin

Light, Ladd & Emberton is a collective of three Wales-based dance artists – Deborah Light, Eddie Ladd and Gwyn Emberton – together with creative producer Laura Drane.
Tomorrow (Friday, April 21), they bring their award winning show called Caitlin to Llanelli (Ffwrnes Theatre).
The dance trio came together in 2014 to make Caitlin, a show commissioned for the Dylan Thomas centenary by the National Library of Wales.
Through collaborative working, Light Ladd and Emberton create original professional performance work, with the aim of creating exciting and inspiring productions for audiences in Wales and beyond, and to represent Wales and the UK on a national and international stage.
They draw on history and identity, predominantly of Wales, to create productions with contemporary relevance and culturally engaged.
Caitlin was the wife of poet Dylan Thomas.
At the start of the 1970s, 20 years after he died, she started going to Alcoholics Anonymous.
In a circle of chairs, set out for an AA meet…

Digilab initiative being launched in Carmarthen next week

A Digilab initiative is being launched in Carmarthen next week aimed at helping local businesses.
Carmarthenshire County Council is running the event which demonstrates new digital resources for businesses, in line with the Digital High Street 2020 Report’s findings.
It will be held at Yr Atom at 16-18 King St on April 27 from 8am-10am. Breakfast will be provided
The Digilab will feature:
Free digital and business development resources for business and the “Digital Health Check”.Demonstration and hands on activity with new digital equipment and software.Links to business support resources and networking opportunities. The launch event will be facilitated by Carmarthenshire’s Digital Coordinator and Superfast Broadband Wales.
A series of Digilab events is being planned across Carmarthenshire over the next 12 months.
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Carmarthenshire Council agrees new rate relief scheme for retailers

The county council has agreed to adopt a Welsh Government business rate relief scheme, worth an estimated £488,000 for qualifying ratepayers in Carmarthenshire.
Shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes in town centres could be amongst those eligible to apply for reduced business rates under the scheme, established to support those that have seen their rates increase as a result of the 2017 revaluation undertaken by the Valuation Office Agency.
The council’s Executive Board agreed to adopt the scheme at its meeting this week.
Councils do not have to grant the relief, but can choose to do so if it supports wider objectives for the local area.
The council will now be able to offer two tiers of relief for existing businesses – the first tier for those that have a rateable value of between £6,001 and £12,000 for the financial year 2017-18 and who already receive Small Business Rates Relief or Transitional Relief.
The second tier applies to retailers whose property has a rateable value between £12,001…

More eye services available for Pembrokeshire and South Ceredigion

Pembrokeshire and south Ceredigion patients being treated for Wet Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) are receiving the care they need closer to home thanks to the treatment and clinics provided at Withybush Hospital and Bro Preseli Community Resource Centre.
Since April 2016, nearly 1000 patient visits have taken place with close to 500 treatment injections provided by the Wet AMD service at the Bro Preseli Community Care Resource Centre in Crymych.
This is in addition to weekly review clinics at Withybush Hospital that see up to 40 patients each week, and monthly clinics that ensure patients receive their clinically prescribed follow up appointments locally and as soon as possible.
To further complement this work, the Day Surgical Unit (DSU) at Withybush Hospital can now deliver a minimum of 25 treatment injections per week.
Previously, patients would have needed to travel to Amman Valley Hospital in Ammanford for the same treatment.
Joe Teape, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of …

Roll up for a '70s night at Llanelly House

The team at Llanelly House are preparing for a '70s evening at the historic town centre venue.
This Friday, sees the House stage another popular Tapas evening.
"Our themed Tapas evenings have been a big hit in recent months," said Llanelly House trustee Alison Evans.
"The '70s theme is sure to be popular. Dressing in 'period' costume (something from the 1970s era and not Georgian dress!) is being encouraged.
"So come along in your flares, jazzy prints and denim. Who knows, we might see the return of some hippies or some not-so-young rockers? Whatever the case, it promises to be a fun night.
"The mastermind in the kitchen will be our resident chef Anna Brown, so you are assured of good food, all done in the best Tapas style."
Booking is essential on 01554 772857.
There will be music from the '70s and the fun starts at 7pm on Friday, April 21.

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The latest 'On Song' column from the Carmarthen Journal and the Llanelli Star

The latest 'On Song' column from the Carmarthen Journal and the Llanelli Star, by Robert Lloyd.

Excitement is building for a special concert featuring the wonderful ladies of Côr Curiad.
The Llanelli-based choir have a September 2 concert at Ffwrnes Theatre, Llanelli, with their special guests, The Overtones.
The night will conclude Côr Curiad’s two-year fundraising efforts for Ty Bryngwyn Hospice in Llanelli.
The choristers have set themselves a £20,000 target.
The target has already been met, so Côr Curiad’s members are looking forward to smashing the figure and handing the final cheque over on a special night!
The Overtones are a five-piece vocal harmony group - Darren, Mark, Timmy, Mike and Lachie.
They were discovered by a Warner Bros Records talent scout while working as decorators in a shop near Oxford Street, singing during their tea break.
Their debut album, Good Ol’ Fashioned Love entered the UK Albums Chart at No16 in November 2010. However, after the re-release of the albu…

This week's special offers at Jenkins Bakery shops

This week's special offers at Jenkins Bakery shops -

WEEK COMMENCING April 17, 2017

3 Medium Corned Beef Pasties, £1.85
2 Large Corned Beef Pasties, £2.20
4 Medium Sausage Rolls, £2.00
2 Custard Slices, £1.85
Sandwich of the Week, Salmon and Cucumber, £2.35
Rustic Baguette of the Week, Chicken and Bacon, £2.60
Filled Softie of the Week, Turkey and Stuffing, £2.45

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The latest On Song column from the Carmarthen Journal and the Llanelli Star

The latest On Song column from the Carmarthen Journal and the Llanelli Star, by Robert Lloyd

Tickets for Loud Applause Production’s Night with the Stars concert in Llanelli in November are selling fast.
The concert, at Ffwrnes Theatre, is at 7pm on Saturday, November 4 and will feature popular Welsh tenor Trystan Llŷr Griffiths, who hails from Pembrokeshire.
Trystan was one of the first recipients of a Study Award from the Bryn Terfel Foundation. He was named the Voice Of Wales by Decca Records in 2012 in an S4C TV series.
Trystan studied initially at University of Wales Trinity Saint David for a Theatre, Music and Media degree. He subsequently completed an MA degree in Vocal Studies at the Royal Academy of Music and a further postgraduate degree in Opera Performance at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
He completed his studies as a Trainee at the National Opera Studio in London.
Prizes and awards include: Ian Stoutzker Prize 2014; Richard Van Allan Award 2014; Bruce Millar Gulli…

This week's special offers at Jenkins Bakery shops

This week's special offers at Jenkins Bakery shops -


3 Medium Corned Beef Pasties, £1.85
2 Large Corned Beef Pasties, £2.20
2 Minced Beef and Onion Pies, £2.50
2 Custard Slices, £1.85
Sandwich of the Week, Chicken Tikka, £2.45
Rustic Baguette of the Week, Chicken and Bacon, £2.60
Filled Softie of the Week, Ham Salad, £2.45
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New digital project will help Carmarthenshire’s heritage sector

Students from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) are about to embark on an innovative project looking at how new technology can help the heritage sector in Carmarthenshire.
The project will look at the latest digital interpretation technology and will help create a new product aimed at encouraging heritage tourism in Carmarthenshire and increasing the footfall of heritage sites within the county.
Led by UWTSD, the project will bring together a number of students from a wide range of courses currently studying at its Carmarthen, Lampeter and Swansea campuses to work alongside professionals from the digital sector to create a bespoke new product. The type of technology used and the nature of the content will be driven directly by the needs of Carmarthenshire’s heritage organisations.
In order to ensure that the digital solution is tailored to answer the demands of the county’s heritage sector, the project team is encouraging as many people from Carmarthenshire’s heritage …

Quality mark for health and wellbeing of local NHS staff

Hywel Dda University Health Board has achieved both gold and platinum accreditation for the Corporate Health Standard following a recent rigorous assessment process.
The Corporate Health Standard is the national mark of quality for health and wellbeing in the workplace, recognising good practice and work places which target key preventable ill health issues.
Good practice in health and wellbeing initiatives, employee engagement, plus senior leadership all helped the University Health Board scoop this top accolade. The assessors highlighted the “brilliant and measurable difference in improvement” in areas such as the organisational values work, communication and the general sense of wellbeing among staff, as part of their assessment.
For the Platinum re-validation our community engagement, capital build work, facilities, procurement, transport and employment & skills initiatives, were all highlighted as areas of exceptional practice.
A ‘Health and Wellbeing at Work’ Steering Group pro…

Builders merchants help tree sparrows with nesting boxes

LBS Builders Merchants are helping a local British Trust for Ornithology volunteer to provide vital nesting boxes for one of the county’s rarest breeding birds.
The tree sparrow may be mistaken for its more common cousin the house sparrow (tree sparrows have a distinctive brown cap and black spot on their cheeks) but the Tywi Valley now appears to host the largest population in Wales of this ‘red-listed’ species.
The tree sparrows do not wander far from the valley floodplain. Here, around the still or slow-flowing water found on the floodplain, they can find the preferred insects that adults feed to the young during the summer.
Nest boxes at key sites will benefit the tree sparrows, helping to supplement their preferred nesting sites in tree cavities, and provide a good opportunity to ring and monitor the birds. The project is being run by Charlie Sargent, who is a member of the Teifi Ringing group and a BTO licensed bird ringer.
Outside the breeding season, tree sparrows are dependent on…

Grants secured for road safety projects in Carmarthenshire

Funding of almost half a million pounds has been secured for road safety projects in Llanelli and the Amman / Gwendraeth area.
The council has received a total of £445,500 from the Welsh Government’s Road Safety Capital Grant which supports road casualty reduction schemes across Wales.
It includes £225,000 for a route treatment scheme in Llanelli on the B4297 between the Halfway lights and Talyclun in Llangennech and a grant of £220,500 for a similar scheme on the B4297 between Tycroes and Gorslas.
Both schemes will provide reduced speed limits, enhanced warning signs, driver feedback signs, traffic calming, traffic islands, junction visibility improvements, improved crossing points and upgraded red light cameras.
Head of Highways and Transport Steve Pilliner said: “I am delighted that the council has secured this funding so that both these schemes can be carried out this financial year.
“These schemes will significantly improve safety for both road users and pedestrians along these routes…

Aberystwyth University and Ceredigion Social Services mark World Autism Awareness Week

Ceredigion Autism Spectrum team and Aberystwyth University Student Support Services are hosting an Autism conference at the Old College in Aberystwyth today, Friday 31 March 2017.
Now in its fourth year, the conference brings together people on the autism spectrum, parents, carers, supporters, and professionals from health, social care and education.
The one day conference marks World Autism Awareness Week which runs from 27 March to 2 April 2017, and World Autism Day which is on Sunday 2 April 2017.
Carys James, Head of Adult Social Care and Commissioning, Ceredigion County Council commented: “We are pleased to be working with Aberystwyth University to arrange the Ceredigion Autism Conference and to build on the success of previous years. With a range of expert speakers, the event promises to bring new insight and understanding of a condition that affects at least one in every hundred people”.
The conference will open with a presentation from Dr Jill Bradshaw of the world renowned Tizar…

The Legacy of Gwendoline and Margaret Davies

Beyond Impressionism: The Legacy of Gwendoline and Margaret Davies is the title of a talk to be given in Carmarthen next week.

The talks is by Professor Robert Meyrick of Aberystwyth University. Details -
Friday 7 April 2017, 2pm
Admission Free
Talk in Carmarthen Library followed by tea and cake at the Oriel Myrddin Gallery.
Discover how the philanthropic Davies sisters from mid Wales gave back to the Welsh communities who helped make their fortune and amassed one of the great 20th Century art collections, bequeathed to the National Museum of Wales, providing a valuable cultural resource for the nation.
If you’re not a member of U3A come along to find out more about it. The event is part of Oriel Myrddin Gallery's 50+ programme.

Funding for safe routes in Carmarthen and Pontyberem

Funding has been awarded to create a safer walking and cycling environment for schoolchildren and the wider communities in Carmarthen and Pontyberem.
The council has received funding of £542,759 from Welsh Government to carry out walking, cycling and road safety improvements as part of the Safe Routes in Communities programme.
A grant of £292,759 was awarded to fund a scheme in Carmarthen town and £250,000 towards a range of measures which includes improving access to Pontyberem Primary School.
The scheme in Carmarthen will improve access to Ysgol y Dderwen via Llys Fynnon and improve walking links to Richmond Park School. It includes safer crossing points and traffic calming measures along Lime Grove Avenue and a raised plateau and improved lighting around Pondside, Johnstown. The grant will also go towards a proposed zebra crossing and parent waiting shelter at Model School.
In Pontyberem, the proposals include a new path linking Brandyway with the school; a potential new footpath throu…

Outreach sessions being organised by Royal British Legion

The Royal British Legion is holding outreach sessions in Llanelli for service personnel and families every other Monday for the next two months.
The sessions are to offer help to serving members of the armed forces, veterans, and family members. They will be held in the Hub in Stepney Street from 10am-1pm. Sessions will be held on April 10, April 24, May 8 and May 22.
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The latest On Song column from the Carmarthen Journal and Llanelli Star

The latest On Song column (about the choral and music scene in West Wales) from the Carmarthen Journal and Llanelli Star -

There’s a special concert coming up in Burry Port next weekend as the town’s brass band and male voice choir join forces.
The occasion will be a concert called ‘You Must Remember This’, an evening which will follow a World War Two theme.
Supported by Pembrey and Burry Port Town council, you are guaranteed to hear ‘music to raise the morale’.
Funds raised from the concert (7pm on Saturday, April 8) will go to the Pembrey Gunnery Dome Project.
Tickets are £10 and are available from Pembrey Post Office, The Ticket Hut at Burry Port station and from Patricia Neil, 01554 835575, email
The compere for the evening will be the ever-popular Gwendraeth actor and personality Ioan Hefin.
The Pembrey Gunnery Dome project is run by the Pembrey Mountain Trust.
It is known that there were some 44 dome trainers of the same design built during World Wa…

Whats On: Singer Paul Summers will be at the 'Con Club' in April

Paul Summers, vocalist, will be at Llanelli Conservative Club on Saturday, April 15.

Weekend staff required for new Moti store in Llanelli

The store that specialises in gear for runners and triathlon competitors is coming to Llanelli.
And they are looking for weekend staff – who have a passion and enthusiasm for running!
See their poster above.
The new store will be in Vaughan Street, roughly opposite Home Bargains.

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Curtain Up plan Saturday Night At The Movies

The Curtain Up Theatre Company are doing their annual show at Ffwrnes Theatre, Llanelli, on the June 10th this year.
It is in aid of the MIND charity.
The inimitable Denys Jenkins (Denny Twp) will be compère.

Team at Clay Shaw Butler accountants in Carmarthen are recruiting

The team at Clay Shaw Butler, chartered accountants and business consultants in Carmarthen, are recruiting –

Payroll Senior / Manager
We are looking for a Payroll Senior / Manager to join our dynamic team.
We have a client base spread throughout South West Wales and have a wide range of clients ranging from personal clients to large companies and offer a variety of services.
The successful candidate will have recent experience working in a practice environment.
The role will include the preparation and control of the day to day payroll reporting to senior management.
Experience and skills
The ability to communicate at all levels
Experience of working in a Payroll team in a practice environment
To take day to day responsibility in PAYE Department.
Auto Enrolment Pension system to be administered with the successful candidate taking on the day to day control of the system.
To assist in keeping all payroll filing and correspondence up to date.
To ensure all PAYE deadlines set by clients and HMRC met…