Cross Hands Public Hall is one of only three of its kind in Wales. The Public Hall was erected in 1920 and designed by an unknown Italian designer in the classic Art Deco Style. Fully restored, the Public Hall has a fully functioning stage and cinema screen and is protected as a Grade 2 listed building.

The continuous built up area which includes the villages of Cross Hands, GorslasCefneithin and Pen-y-groes had a population of 5,717 in 2011.[

Cross hands is a growing residential and employment area and includes the established Cross Hands Food Park to the south west of the A48. A new business park, the Cross Hands Business Park, is being developed to the northeast of the A48 which the local authority hopes will create 1,000 jobs.

Ordnance Survey links


Cross Hands Bowls pavilion work before, and after pictures. Building work carried out by Walford Williams and Roger Perry

Tree planting, children from Cross Hands School planting fruit trees, in February, to establish a community orchard in the park. Alongside is a picture showing that some despicable person ( or persons) has stolen some of the trees.
Here are the children of Cross Hands School planting fruit trees in February to establish a community orchard in the park. The other picture shows that someone has stolen some of the trees.

Public footpaths – Llwybrau cyhoeddus

Community Support
Meal Delivery, Shopping, Medication collection, general support  during COVID 19 outbreak

This is the link to the free school meal hubs.

Wellbeing Services currently operating during the Coronavirus outbreak

Carmarthenshire Local development plan Have your say. The deadline for feedback is 27th March 4.30pm.
Links to documents are below.