Llanelli, the largest Town in Carmarthenshire, South Wales

May 27, 2020 4:53 pm


Situated on the Loughor Estuary in the beautifully preserved County of Dyfed, you will find “Llanelli” the largest Town in Carmarthenshire, famous for its roots in Rugby and the Scarlets Rugby Region.  With a growing population of over thirty-five thousand people it is a great place to live, work and raise a family.  With many old, derelict, steel, coal and tinplate sites now being restored and used in regeneration schemes there is a thriving building sector here.  The busy sites all need to dispose of their waste and building materials so Llanelli Skip Hire could provide any sized skip they needed and are available to hire from companies such as http://pendragonskiphire.co.uk/llanelli-skip-hire/.

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The complicated Welsh language is widely used and spoken by the proud and friendly residents in this area as they welcome visitors to their tourist and leisure attractions.  With the M4 Motorway and Intercity Rail connections, access routes to the town are easy and the scenic drive along the Coastal relief road connecting Llanelli with Swansea is well worth a day trip out.  Only four hours from the capital City of London and offering visitors stunning coast lines, scenic countryside and hundreds of local attractions Llanelli is a great place to visit or stay.

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Living in Llanelli, a thriving Urban town, comes with all the benefits of being close to golden sandy beaches, beautiful, blue seas and interesting historical visitor attractions as well as providing easy access to several retail outlets, restaurants, cinemas and theatres for its residents and visitors.