Cyngor Tref
Town Council



Llandeilo is a small, but thriving, market town in Carmarthenshire, situated on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. It is located within easy reach of the hills and the coast, the Heart of Wales railway line and the M4 motorway.

The community of about 2000 residents is well served with small friendly shops and enjoys excellent services provided by the health centre, primary and secondary schools, library, churches, chapels and of course, the Town Council.

Llandeilo Town Council - Notice of Jobs Vacancies


Llandeilo Town Council is seeking to fill two posts due to the planned retirement of the existing post holders. The Council is seeking applicants who have good interpersonal and communication skills and who can work in partnership with councillors and the community in a conscientious and inclusive way Experience in local government in a supervisory or managerial capacity would be helpful but not essential.


Town Clerk/Proper Officer Part Time 12 Hours per week NALC Spinal Code 27

Responsible Financial Officer Part Time 5 hours per week NALC Spinal Code 23


The council would consider combining the roles for a qualified, exceptional candidate. A higher remuneration package would apply for that role.

The ability to communicate in Welsh is essential for the role of Clerk but not essential for the role of Responsible Financial Officer.

For an information pack containing more detail, job specific information please contact Roger Phillips , Town Clerk


Council Meetings

During the current situation regarding the coronovirus , the Town Council will not hold separate Planning  and Finance Committee Meetings.

There will be one virtual Full Council Meeting each month.


Advice to residents of Llandeilo

Llandeilo Town Council is asking all residents to keep a watchful eye on neighbors, especially those you may know are in poor health or have relatives living away, who might not be able to visit. Llandeilo is a caring community so let's show it.

Public Health Wales has advice/guidelines on its website, and it includes advice regarding the symptoms and when to self-isolate. You should consider self-isolating if you have one of the following:-

•  High Temperature

•  A New dry cough

They are advising you not to visit your local surgery unless strictly necessary. Also they are suggesting that you should not contact NHS 111 Telephone line unless:-

•  You feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home

•  Your condition gets worse

•  Your symptoms do not get better after 7 days

In the Llandeilo area, a number of local food establishments such as The Gwili Café, Angel Inn, Mrs Browns, Hangout, Café 139 and Ginhaus are offering a takeaway meal delivery service and other businesses may also help in any way they can. Carmarthenshire County Council operates a service via Lleisant Delta Wellbeing 0300 333 2222 and may put you in touch with other services.

A group of volunteers has been set up to provide support such as shopping and supplies, dog walking etc.


Phone - 07395 949914

Facebook - Llandeilo Covid-19 Community Support Group

Please take care of yourselves and your neighbours. Avoid large gatherings and we are sure to come through this.


Age Cymru free check-in-and-chat telephone service for the over 70s in Wales helpline on 08000 223 444 


Your Town Councilors




Llandeilo Town Council,
c/o Ty Tadcu
4 Llys y Nant
SA18 2TL




Things to do in Llandeilo

  • Walk through Castle Woods Nature Reserve to ancient Dinefwr Castle, perched on a crag with tremendous views along the valley of the river Towy.

  • Shop for clothes, gifts and quality goods in our fine small, individual shops and galleries – no mass-market shopping malls here!

  • Visit Dinefwr Park and Newton House, a National Trust property, with white cattle, lake and deer park.

  • Stop for morning coffee or afternoon tea in one of the pleasant cafes.

  • Hunt for bargains among the antiques and collectables in the Antiques Market or the regular auctions.

  • Eat local specialities like Welsh lamb or salmon in one of the many pubs and restaurants.

  • Go up to Penlan Park bandstand for fine views over the rooftops.

  • Walk down to the Kings Bridge, a swinging foot bridge over the river, and wander among the river meadows with a chance to see herons, ducks, martins and even kingfishers or otters if you are lucky.

  • Enjoy the range of good live music in local pubs and venues, especially at festival time.

  • Just wander around, soaking up the relaxed atmosphere and enjoying the beautiful Georgian buildings.

  • Take a ride on the picturesque Heart of Wales railway line which runs from Swansea to Shrewsbury with all trains calling at Llandeilo Station.




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