Fiesta 2015 got off to a glorious start on one of the hottest days of the year. It was a perfect day for building sandcastles with an impressive turn out of competitors and castles. Here are some of the best. Many thanks to Nikki for the pics. Also the Duck Race proved a surprising success […]
Geoff Gilbert and his little brother Rhod from Carmarthen are great fans of Llansteffan and try to come down the beach whenever the rare opportunity arises. Geoff is a language teacher who now lives in Northern Spain. His brother Rhod has yet to decide a career path, and has in the past tried his hand […]
Mayoral Madness proved a huge success on this beautiful Boxing Day with near on 100 brave souls in all kinds of fancy dress and bathers plunging into the icy waters on Llansteffan beach. These hardy people were fantastically supported by hundreds of others who came to support the Mayor’s charities. So many people came to […]
Once again Janine and her merry (and I mean “Merry”!!) band succeeded in pulling off yet another magnificent fundraiser for the Memorial Hall funds, and the population of the village and surrounding areas turned out in their in their hundreds to taste the fantastic treats on offer. Once again there was ken competition in all […]
At the start of the month the ladies (and gentlemen!!!) of the W.I. held a hugely successful night to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK. A packed hall was enthralled by a thoroughly professional Fashion Show complete with catwalk built earlier in the day By Mr Roger Davies (Penycoed) and his ready team of stalwarts. […]
Back in April some of our brave inhabitants and their friends got a new perspective on the village when they took a balloon flight from the football pitch on the most perfect of days. The sky was clear from horizon to horizon, visibilty perfect, and our beautiful village looked at it’s best!! Thanks to whoever […]
Discover Carmarthenshire has recently been making a series of short films featuring interesting walks within the county. Chris Dafis (S4C Weatherman and keen walker) came to the village to meet a couple of the residents and take a walk (in English and Welsh!) around the vicinity.