Food Bank – Today Megan (Piod Pink) and Tomos Samuel (Under16 are), Cara and Sue, volunteered at Tumble Food Bank.
Today Megan, Tomos, Cara and Sue, volunteered in Tumble Foodbank.
Thank you very much!
Public footpaths – Llwybrau cyhoeddus
Tumble (population 3996), is a village situated south of Cross Hands near the towns of Carmarthen and Llanelli in Carmarthenshire, Wales. Tumble, along with Cross Hands is part of the community of Llannon.
Tumble developed in the 19th century to house the anthracite miners who were employed at the nearby Dynant Fach and Great Mountain collieries.[ Tumble was once served by Tumble Railway Station, a station built on the Llanelly and Mynydd Mawr Railway to allow the transportation of coal from the local mines to Llanelli Docks.
Although a small village, Tumble is home to rugby union club Tumble RFC. Formed in 1897 the club are the record holders of the West Wales Challenge Cup having won the trophy on twelve separate occasions. The club has produced Welsh internationals Archie Skym, D. Ken Jones. Gareth Davies, Richard Rees and Dwayne Peel. Jones, Davies and Peel all went on to represent the British and Irish Lions.
Gweunydd Glan-y-glasnant, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, is notable for its species-rich neutral grassland, is 0.6 miles (0.97 km) east of Tumble.
Mandy, Carol and Laura. The staff at Tumble Hall.
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.