Ty Golau (House of Light in English) is a Kidwelly and Llanelli based health and well being group for people who have memory problems , Alzheimer’s/dementia type illnesses, and their carers and professionals.

The aim of each session is to provide specialist care with interesting and stimulating activities for the service user. The Ty Golau group consists of people living individually or with carers within the community and also residents from local care homes.

Some of the activites that Ty Golau provide are

  • .Reality orientation,  (time place, person)

  • reminiscence

  • Themed quizzes

  • music and movement,

  • Sing-a longs

  • Simple cookery

  • Indoor gardening ( and much more).

Ty Golau also give support and advice to carers who look after people with dementia, Alzheimers and memory problems

They meet once weekly at one venue and twice weekly at another venue.

Ty Golau welcome people who have any kind of memory problem and their carers.  Our oldest service user is 94 and the youngest 46.  People who live within the Carmarthenshire area but people come from further afield.

To find out more information about Ty Golau and where they meet, go to the following website:

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On Saturday March 7th 2020 from 9.30am-1pm the monthly pop up food market will be taking place at the Town Square in Kidwelly. All the stalls at the food market are local traders specialising in local quality food such as jams, chocolates, aritsan foods and much more. The aim of the food market is to show the public what quality local food is avaiable from local indepndent traders and also to support independent traders by selling their wares to both general public and tourists.

The markets are held the first Saturday of every month from 9.30am-1pm in Kidwelly town square.

Entry to the markets is free of charge.

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On the 29th February and 1st March 2020 from 10am-4pm, Pembrey Country Park is holding a St Davids Day Food and Drink festival.

The event in its second year will have artisan produce and street food stalls, live kitchen demos and lots more. The festival will also have local independent traders promoting the best of food made in Wales.

The 2020 festival has been made possible thanks to a Food and drink wales Grant from the Welsh Government.

The aim of the food and drink festival is to show the public that local businesses can produce great food and drink.

Entry to the Food and drink festival is free of charge but parking charges apply.

So if you want to taste great local food and drink then come along to the 2020 St Davids Day food and drink festival at Pembrey Country Park.

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