Spotlight on Llanelli Centre for the Deaf

Llanelli Centre for the Deaf is based on New Road in Llanelli. They have been there for over 74 years.

It is a local charity that offers friendship and support for the Deaf / deafened, to those who use sign language, friends and  family.

The centre is spread over three floors, and there is a carpark and a fully accessible garden which has a variety of areas of interest from vegetable beds to play area and seating areas.

The centre is open Mondays for a youth group and then sign classes afterwards.

There is a  well being day on Tuesday where you can pop in and join in with the current activity of the season.

Sign classes are offered on a Tuesday evening.

On Thursday the centre is open for a social evening.

Pop in have a chat there is often a guest from the BDA to give a talk and information or even a game of darts or pool 6.30 pm till 10.

On Saturday mornings 9.30 -10.30 is Family Sign Time, where families cam learn sign altogether.

90% of Deaf children are born to hearing people?

After family sign you are welcome to stay and do some art and craft or just enjoy the centres facilities.

There is also a church on site and there are interpreted services.

The centre holds frequent events including afternoon teas, bingo, cawl evenings, garden parties and BBQ’s.

All of these activities are run by a team of volunteers. Not one person gets a wage. The centre is governed by a committee and take total responsibility for the cost of everything from the insurance, utilities and maintenance.

Fund raising is the source of every single penny and  every single penny gets spent on the amazing centre.

To find out more: Address: 54 New Road Llanelli SA15 3DR. Phone: 07752 873597. Email:

Without your support they would not be able to continue to do this.


My name is Phil and for many years now I’ve wanted to take on the Carmarthenshire coastal path (my home county) by hiking all 68 miles, from Amroth to Llanelli.

I have been collaborating with the Llanelli Deaf Centre to take on the challenge.

And I’m aiming to do it all within 2 days to raise money for the Llanelli Deaf Centre and the Deaf youth.

I’ve had a lot of experience over the years hiking the coastal path of Wales and it’s mountains as a qualified Mountain Leader. However, I have to admit that this will be the hardest challenge I’ve ever attempted, but with passion and pride for such a great cause I look forward to taking it on!

Donations of any size are truly appreciated, and you are all welcome to come and join me for the last few miles to the finish line. We will keep you posted on my location.

A donation can be made directly to our club account . We do have a face bookpaying link but sadly it doesn’t seem to be working. So if you have tried and failed we are so sorry please can you donate via our bank just reference it Phil.

Thank you all so much and please wish me luck. Donate using the following details.


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