Carmarthenshire Council congratulate Llanelli Lights & Design Competition Winners

Every year, Carmarthenshire County Council, Llanelli Rural & Town Councils, Llanelli Chamber of Commerce and Ymlaen Llanelli, run a Christmas lights design competition with the winning design displayed in Stepney Street, Llanelli.

We are delighted to announce that Phoebe Davies, Halfway School, Llanelli, is the winner of the junior category and Sophia Rose Walker who also attends Halfway School, Llanelli, has been crowned the winner of the infant category. A huge congratulations to you both!

Carmarthenshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Leisure, Culture and Tourism, Cllr Gareth John said: “Congratulations to both Phoebe and Sophia, who have designed wonderfully festive Christmas lights that are worthy to be displayed for all to see in Llanelli.

“Children are at the heart of Christmas and this competition is a wonderful way of putting their stamp on the celebrations at Llanelli.

“I would like to thank our partners that made the event such a success, including Llanelli Town Council, Llanelli Rural Council, Llanelli Round Table, the South Wales Showmen’s Guild. Diolch yn fawr.”

Best Float Competion

Congratulations also to Burry Port RFC Juniors on winning 1st prize in the Best Float Competition at Llanelli Carnival for the Elf On The Shelf themed float.

2nd prize was awarded to Coedcae School, for their Christmas Cracker float.

3rd prize went to All Starz Dance School, who decorated their float around the theme of the Grinch.

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