Police have been informed after drugs and a machete were found on playing fields in Llanelli . A container holding what witnesses described as looking like ecstasy tablets along with the knife were found at Crown Park playing fields in Seaside. It comes as Llanelli’s fight against drugs has been highlighted throughout this year, with a judge saying the town’s heroin use was ‘at epidemic levels’.
A former glamour model and TV presenter best-known for her work on adult channel Babestation has described what it’s really like to work there. Rebecca Emslie, who now lives in Llanelli, left her X-rated TV career behind following the birth of her son five years ago. The 34-year-old, who has a following of nearly 40,000 on Twitter, was working as a personal trainer for the last year, and recently completed an indoor triathlon for Children in Need.
A community council has been slammed after a “no ball game” sign was put up next to a football and netball pitch. A sign, which has now been removed, appeared at Llanedi village park in Carmarthenshire stipulating that the park was for children up to the age of 12, and also featured the expected symbols banning the use of drugs, littering, alcohol and smoking. But it also said ball games, skateboards, dogs and bikes were also banned.
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Selecting a term
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