I attach for your information a copy of the public notice and location plan relating to the above mentioned closure. Access for emergency service vehicles will be maintained where practicable. (Note – due to the nature of certain types of work e.g. deep excavations, dangerous structures etc. it is not always possible to allow unrestricted access along the full length … Read More
Broken Street Lights Broken street lights in the area can be reported directly to Pembrokeshire County Councils Maintenance Team by clicking on the link below or telephoning 01437 764551 and giving as much detail as possible to help the team locate the light. Every Street light unit has its own identification number. This consists of 3 or 4 black numbers written on … Read More
Basic First Aid – a free short session is planned at Llanteg Hall for Wednesday 7th February from 7-9pm with First Responder Tony Wall.
Book Group Meeting – Wanderer’s Rest Tuesday 23rd January from 7.30pm. Get-together Coffee Morning – Friday 26th from 10.30am – everyone welcome and all free. Walking Group – walk at Botanic Gardens on Saturday 27th January – please contact Jill for more information or to book a place – 01834 831142, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Llanteg Walking Group page on … Read More
Well thank-you to everyone who braved the rain and cold tonight to come along to Llanteg Hall’s 70th Anniversary. The Hall was decorated with colourful bunting and old 1940s adverts and there were display boards showing pictures of events held at the Hall throughout the decades. It was great to see so many old and new faces. We had a … Read More
During 2018, National Grid will be refurbishing the overhead power lines between Swansea and Pembroke. Work will include replacing the steel components on some of the pylons and repainting some of the towers along the line. A map showing the route is available on the project website. Your electricity supply will not be affected by this work. National Grid are … Read More
For you information Llanteg garage and shop are open 24 hours over Christmas if you find you have run out of anything!
Message from John Lewis-Tunster of Beech Lea regarding his mum Winifred’s funeral.