In light of the current Coronavirus situation, on Tuesday a group of local residents created a group to help local residents who may need support during the Coronavirus crisis. They are called Amroth Good Neighbours. Amroth Good Neighbours are planning to contact all households in the Amroth ward (this includes Amroth, Llanteg, Stepaside, Pleasant Valley, Summerhill and Wiseman’s Bridge). This … Read More
CALL FOR ACTION BY BUSINESSES Following the Government’s appeal on Friday to a range of businesses to close their doors during the coronavirus outbreak, to help reduce the opportunities for disease transmission, legislation is expected this week making it an offence to contravene this advice. The requirements apply to a long list of businesses including restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs, … Read More
St Elidyrs Church Amroth1 hr · Due to COVID-19 as from tomorrow (24th March) the church will no longer be open. As soon as the government allows we will unlock the door for visitors to return & visit our lovely church.
Wow – looks what a kind friend found online on the Huntley Film Archives site (thanks Deborah Tilley!) – footage from 1937 or Llanteg, Amroth and Tenby! Specifically Long Lane, Llanteg and its old farming methods. (This is just a screenshot – do watch the whole thing).
Nice get-together today for our monthly coffee morning – with Welsh Cakes in homage to St David’s Day.We had a short talk from Helen Stevens representing Carmarthen Carriage Drivers for People with Disabilities. The room raffle and donations were in aid of this worthwhile cause and raised £87 – well done.
Monday 9th March – Crunwere Creative Art Group at Llanteg Hall from 10-12noon – topic is a St David’s Day related subject. Everyone welcome. Patricia Phillips 831497 firstname.lastname@example.org Wednesday 11th March – Gardening Group Talk at Llanteg Hall, 7.30pm. Joseph Aitkin (Head Gardener) at Aberglasney, will be giving us a talk entitled Plants for a West Wales Garden. The entry … Read More
January 100 Club winners:1st prize Andy and Mary Dawe2nd prize Rosemarie Hinman3rd prize Polly Raymond.