Latest News from Carmarthenshire County Council

Carmarthenshire County Council produce a Town and Community News Letter which is packed with useful information.  There is a very straight forward poster covering the current COVID restrictions which aims to simplify the situation.  Take a look by clicking the News Letter link below:


Wildlife in your Ward

  •  Consultation period: 04/11/2020 – 08/01/2021 ~ 23:59
  • The Carmarthenshire Nature Partnership has funding for a project to create ‘Wildlife in Your Ward Profiles’ for wards in the county. They really need the help of local communities from each ward who know their local area best.  Click on the link above (in the title) to see how you can contribute.

Fix My Street – a new way to report problems in your local area!

The Fix my Street website is a quick and easy way to report problems in your local area (for example,  graffiti, fly tipping, broken slabs or street lighting).  Please click on the link below to report a problem or just to find out all about the service.

Fix My Street

What to do if you find a dead animal carcass in your local area (beach, public footpath etc.)

In order to get the carcass removed you should contact Carmarthenshire County Council via the link below.  This will take you to a form, on which you can report the carcass, its location etc.  Carmarthenshire County Council will then remove the Carcass within 72 hours of receiving your contact form.

Report a Dead Animal Carcass

BAME Helpline Wales

This dedicated helpline is now open for members of the Black Asian and Minority Ethnic community.  They can offer help with health, work, welfare entitlements, education, housing and personal safety.  Please click on the image below .

The October Community Council Meeting

The Community Council will be meeting remotely via video conferencing (Zoom) at 7 pm on 19th October 2020.  If you wish to participate please email the Clerk.  See ‘Contact Us’ tab above.  

Marine and Fisheries Notice – Cockle Beds

Three River Cockles – Byelaw 47- Suspension of Temporary Closure Notice

Please find a link below to a notice relating to the Bee colony located at the Community Council’s coastal path shelter at the top of first steps.

Bee Colony Notice (1)

Llansteffan and Llanybri Community Council – Foreshore Clearance

The Community Council has received a number of communications regarding the land clearance on the foreshore.  The Community Council is liaising with the County Council over the issue and would like to clarify that it had no knowledge of, and played no part in the planning, financing or execution of the clearance.

Recruitment of New Clerk

The recruitment process for the vacancy of Clerk & Responsible Financial Officer is now complete.  The Community Council is pleased to announce that the new Clerk as of 01 Sep 2020 will be Mrs Rhian Worrell.