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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.


There is a glitch on our contact button.   If you want to know more about this website or the parish of Llansawel, or have comments to make, please mail twmdavis@gmail.com

The Week in Brief: – January 15 to 21 2018
All events take place at the Village Hall unless otherwise stated.
Ti a Fi 1pm in Meithrin Portakabin
Post Office Van 2.15pm to 3pm in Hall grounds
Hearts of Wales Youth Club 6.45pm learn more




Community Council Meeting  ante room 7.30pm 
Coffee Morning 10.30am learn more
Film Club 7.30pm learn more

Market 10am until noon learn more



Concert in the Village Hall on Saturday January 27, at 7.30pm, with local artists ArWasgar, Carwen George, Rhiannon Phelps. Dyffryn Cothi YFC. Llanfynydd YFC
President : Ina Morgan, Bronglyn  All proceeds to Cylch Meithrin Llansawel.
Tickets (£6) available from Charlene Jones 01558 650361 or Amanda Jones 01558 685563



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