There is a bright future ahead for Llanelli
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.
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