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Emergency Road Closure

Road closure map Llanwrda

Road closure map Llanwrda

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
As amended by the Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions Act) 1991

Temporary Prohibition of Through Traffic
Carmarthenshire County Council hereby gives notice that from 9th day of March, 2020, no person shall cause any vehicle to proceed along that length of road known as the U4210, Cefnbenydd Culvert, Llanwrda, from a point 272 metres south-west of its junction with the C2159 for a total distance of 98 metres in a south-westerly direction.

The closure is necessary to ensure public safety whilst Carmarthenshire County Council carry out urgent culvert replacement works. The alternative route for north-east bound traffic will be to proceed in a south-westerly direction along the U4210 to its junction with the TR A482. At the junction, turn right and continue in a north-westerly direction along the TR A482 to its junction with the C2159, near property known as Cwmdwr. At the junction, turn right and continue in a north-easterly direction along the C2159 to its junction with the U4208, near property known as Abertrinant. At the junction, turn left and continue in a northerly direction along the U4208 to its junction with the U4209, near property known as Bwlch-y-gwynt. At the junction, turn right and continue in a south-easterly direction along the U4209 to its junction with the C2159. At the junction, turn right and continue in a southerly direction along the C2159 to its junction with the U4210.

At the junction, turn right and continue in a south-westerly direction along the U4210 to return to a point north-east of the closure. Vice Versa for south-west bound traffic.

This Notice shall continue in force for a period not exceeding twenty one days after which time its provision may be extended by a Temporary Order under Section 14(1) of the same Act.

DATED THE 9th DAY OF MARCH, 2020

Mrs Ruth Mullen B.S.c.
Director of Environment
County Hall
Carmarthen
Carmarthenshire

Funding for groups

Police and Crime Commissioner, Mr Dafydd Llywelyn is launching his funding programme where grants of between £5,000 and £10,000 are available to groups and organisations across the Force.

The Commissioner is inviting applications from voluntary and community organisations, as well as the public and private sectors, for projects which will have a positive impact on the security and safety of local communities and is also encouraging organisations to work collaboratively on this.

I would be very grateful for your support in promoting this opportunity on Social Media and within the local communities you serve. If you know of any groups who would benefit from this funding, please let them know about it.

The closing date for applications is 24th May 2019.

Further information: Police and Crime Commissioner’s Community Fund