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This view across the Marlais Bridge was painted recently by Dale Hudson, Castle Green, as a part of the Village Hall's Heritage project.

This view across the Marlais Bridge was painted by Dale Hudson, Castle Green, as a part of the Village Hall’s Heritage project.

Welcome to Llansawel, a rural Carmarthenshire parish with a rich history, which also offers much for today: several thriving sports clubs and  community activities, innovative small businesses and resident artists.  It is  set in the ever beautiful Welsh dairy valleys, with famous, picturesque or memorable places within a few miles: the gold mines of Dolaucothi and the ruin of Talley Abbey to name but two.  This website aims to concentrate on the parish itself and is meant for residents and anyone with a connection to the parish.

The Week in Brief: – July 16 to 22 2018
All events take place at the Village Hall unless otherwise stated.
Monday
Dog Obedience Training 10.30am to 12.30pm.   Call Kathleen on 01558 685858
Ti a Fi 1pm (in the Meithrin Portakabin)
Post Office Van 2.15pm (in the hall carpark

Tuesday
Home Education Group 12 noon until 5pm learn more
Senior Citizens Meeting 6.30pm followed by
Cookery Demo at Y Ddol 7pm

Wednesday
Dog Obedience Training 10.30am until 12.30pm and 2pm until 4pm

Thursday
Art Club  10am learn more
Sewing Group 2pm until 4pm learn more

Friday
Coffee Morning 10am  learn more
Film Club 7.30-pm learn more

Saturday
Market 10am until 12 noon learn more

Sunday

 

The historical sections of this website were developed with the help of the Carmarthenshire Landscape and Heritage Grant Fund.hertitage logos