There is a bright fu­ture ahead for Llanelli

Llanelli Star - - Letters -

IT looks like Llanelli is still rev­el­ling in the suc­cess of the re­cent food and drink fes­ti­val or­gan­ised by Ym­laen Llanelli – the Llanelli Busi­ness Im­prove­ment Dis­trict team.

It’s been fan­tas­tic to hear the pos­i­tive feed­back and see the pic­tures of the town look­ing so vi­brant, and I know the Bid team have thor­oughly en­joyed the ex­pe­ri­ence.

It’s clear that, de­spite its chal­lenges, there is a lot of love for Llanelli, and with the work we’ve got un­der way to in­vest in and de­velop the town, I’m very con­fi­dent that there is a bright fu­ture ahead.

With Christ­mas on its way, kick­ing off with the fa­mous Llanelli Christ­mas Car­ni­val in just a few weeks, we hope that those peo­ple who vis­ited the food and drink fes­ti­val will come back in to town to en­joy more shop­ping and fes­tiv­i­ties.

As an added in­cen­tive, we’re pleased to in­clude Llanelli in a free park­ing pilot which will al­low peo­ple to park free of charge in coun­cil-run car parks ev­ery Mon­day and Tues­day from 10am to 4pm.

We’ve also been pleased to sup­port Ym­laen Llanelli’s dis­counted park­ing scheme to al­low vis­i­tors to park for a pound in our multi-storey car park in Mur­ray Street ev­ery Satur­day un­til the new year.

Of course, vis­i­tors can still park at the nearby Coleshill car park, ad­ja­cent to Llanelli Town Hall, which is free ev­ery Satur­day and Sun­day all through the year.

Co­me­dian Phil Evans from Am­man­ford is known as the man who puts the “cwtsh” into com­edy

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