Llanedi is served by local buses; bus stops can be found either side of the main road at the Village Green. The closest railway stations are at Pontarddulais and Pantyffynnon.
Tycroes has a number of bus stops and the closet railway station is adjacent to the village at Pantyffynnon.
Hendy has a number of bus stops and the closet railway station, at Pontarddulais, is within walking distance.
For times and routes visit Traveline Cymru.
Hendy, Fforest and Llanedi:https://www.dyfed-powys.police.uk/en/your-area/carmarthenshire/llanelli-rural/llangennech-bryn-and-hendy/
Hendy, Fforest and Llanedi https://www.carmarthenshire.gov.wales/media/1212793/hendy-ward.pdf
For enquiries relating to any of the following, please contact Carmarthenshire County Council:
- Recycling, Bins and Litter
- Council Tax
- Births, Deaths, Marriages and Civil Partnerships
- Social Care & Health
- Children & Family Services
- Education & Schools
- Building Control
- Trading Standards
- Environmental Health
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- Theatres, Arts & Museums
- Leisure & Outdoor Activities
- Public Rights of Way
- Community Information
- Emergencies & Community Safety
- Travel, Roads & Parking
Refuse & Recycling
You can find out the date and type of collection on the Carmarthenshire County Council website, at www.carmarthenshire.gov.wales/home/council-services/
Click here to view the 2019 Refuse Calendar
Llanedi Community Council along with Carmarthenshire County Council actively encourages dog owners to act responsibly and clear up after their dogs.
Allthough the majority of residents are responsible and pick up after their dogs, a careless few are still giving dogs a bad name.
Littering our parks, pavements and public spaces, dog fouling is one of the main causes of complaint to the council.
Grab it, Bag it, Bin it!
- Always keep a good supply of plastic bags near your dog’s lead (Supermarket carrier bags make great poop scoops) so you don’t forget when you take your dog out for a walk. Simply insert your hand in the plastic bag and pick up your dog’s waste.
- Carefully turn the plastic bag inside out and your dog’s mess will then be ‘bagged’.
- Dispose of your bag in a public litter bin, or take it home and place in your own waste bin.
Pick up or pay up
The Council’s environmental enforcement officers regularly patrol the county and anyone caught failing to clean up after their pet is issued with a fixed penalty notice of £75.
Failure to pay within 14 days could result in a £1,000 fine through prosecution in the Magistrates Court.
If you have witnessed a dog-fouling incident in your area please contact Carmarthenshire Direct by telephone: 01267 234567