Public Conveniences in Ferryside saved

News just received from the Community Councils ( Llanstephan, St Ishmael’s, Cenarth, Pendine, Pembrey & Burry Port and Kidwelly) Action Committee;

According to an informal letter sent to the action committee by a council official, I understand that the public conveniences in tourist areas will be retained and maintained by the County Council for the foreseeable future, having been treated differently due to recognition of the core role they play in the tourism economy. These facilities are located in Llansteffan, Pendine, Cenarth, Ferryside and Burry Port. A letter to this effect will be mailed to community council clerks by the end of the week.

Well done to all those who petitioned and lobbied county councillors. Well done and thank you to Delme Bowen for his work in organising and collecting  the over 300+ signature petition and also thank you to our Community Councillors for opposing the closure of the facilities in Ferryside and being active members of the Action Commitee. Thanks also to our AMs and MPs who forgot about party differences and worked together on our behalf.

Just shows what can be done – Together!