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Art Sadwrn

Art Sadwrn - a poster explaining the art group

A new art group has been set up in the village. Starting Monday September the 9th from 10am all are welcome regardless of your skills and talents.

Come along, learn new skills, refresh old ones, have a giggle with our friendly community and enjoy a bit of time from the woes of the world by being a bit creative.

£2.00 a session will cover refreshments and Reading Room hire. We hope to see you there.

Changes to vehicle guidance at recycling centres

The Environmental and Public Protection Scrutiny meeting held on 18th April 2019 have reviewed vehicle access to recycling centres, please find attached a leaflet which provides vehicle guidance for access to recycling centres [Action log EPP-020 18/19].

Further information and frequently ask questions (FAQ’s) regarding the changes to recycling centres is available on the Council website:-

Cymraeg:- https://www.sirgar.llyw.cymru/cartref/gwasanaethaur-cyngor/ailgylchu-biniau-a-sbwriel/canolfannau-ailgylchu/newidiadau-i-ganolfannau-ailgylchu-cwestiynau-cyffredin/#.XOKwIOaotZU

English:-https://www.carmarthenshire.gov.wales/home/council-services/recycling-bins-and-litter/recycling-centres/changes-to-recycling-centres-faqs/#.XOKspuaotZU

Garden Design

Flowers bringing beauty to community spaces

Get involved with designing our community garden.

We want this to be an inclusive space for everyone in the village and that includes being a part of how it looks. So we want your ideas on how the garden will look.

The comments book is in the Reading Room and will be available for any ideas but we also want you to have a play with how the garden could look.

Why not download a copy of the garden design and have a go at your own version of the design, it’s very likely that the end result will be an amalgam of all the ideas.

Garden diagram to scale

Right click the image with your mouse and choose save the image

You can submit your ideas here

Funding for groups

I would like to make you aware that the Police and Crime Commissioner, Mr Dafydd Llywelyn is launching his funding programme where grants of between £5,000 and £10,000 are available to groups and organisations across the Force.

The Commissioner is inviting applications from voluntary and community organisations, as well as the public and private sectors, for projects which will have a positive impact on the security and safety of local communities and is also encouraging organisations to work collaboratively on this.

I would be very grateful for your support in promoting this opportunity on Social Media and within the local communities you serve. If you know of any groups who would benefit from this funding, please let them know about it.

The closing date for applications is 24th May 2019.

Further information: Police and Crime Commissioner’s Community Fund