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Llandovery Police Court._I
Llandovery Police Court. I Friday, September 12th.—Before Aid. C. P. Lewis and Aid. T. Watkins (Deputy- I Mayor) THEFT OF FOUR BRADBURYS." I SMART CAPTURE. George Wilkins was charged with then. P.C. Reynolds deposed that he was on duty near the railway station, Llangadock, when he saw prisoner, who was acting in a suspicious manner. Witness was proceeding towards him, when he ran away. He ran after him, and caught him by the bridge over the Towy. He asxed defendant why he ram away from the farm. He said that his fellow- eervant had hit him 'n the face, and he was going to Llandilo. Witness asked him if he had any money, and he replied: No." He (tearched him, r-d found four ten-shilling notes in his hip pocket. He failed to give a satisfactory account of how he had become possessed of the money. Witness then took him to Cwmbran Farm, Liansadwrn, where Oliver Williams, his fellow-servant, said he had lost four ten-sb: Iling notes that morning floth inrt.). Defendant was locked up. The Bench dealt with him under the First O fIencbrs, Act. and bound him over in the sum of 1.5 to be of good behaviour for twelve months.
-Cwmamman Eisteddfod. I
Cwmamman Eisteddfod. I A very successful eisteddfod was held, under the auspices of the Garnant Juvenile Choir, at Stepney Hall, GaTnant, on Satur- day last. In the unavoidable absence of Dr. J. R. Grice, Glanamman, the Rev. T. R. Jones, Calfaria, ably presided. The duties of conductor and adjudicator of literature were can-led out by Mr. Rhys Evans (AUtfab), Gwaun-cae-gurwen; whilst the adjudicator of music was Dr. Aneurin Rees, Garnant. The other officials were:—Accom- panist, Mr. John Morgan, Garnant; joint freasurers, Messrs. Jacob Rees, Glanpedol, and Tom Evans, Oak Hill, Garnant; and joint secretaries, Messrs. J. T. Williams, GianpMJo!, and T. Llewelyn, Rock Villa, Garnant. Solo for boys under 12: 1, Cyril Bevan, Camant; 2, Dd. John Mich?et, GamanL Recitation for boys under 12: 1, Isaac Davies, Gwrhyd; 2, Cyril Bowen, Garnant. Solo for girls under 12: 1, R. H. Thomas, Gamant; 2, divided between Kitty Jones, Garnant, and Laura Jones, CUamammart. Recitation for girls under 12 years: 1, Bessie Davies, Gwrhyd; 2, Hannah Davies, GaTnant. -5010 f- childrm under 16: Divided be- itwect) Cyril Bevan, Garnant, and Doris Jones, Brf rAM ma-n. Recitation for children under 16: 1, Bessie Davies, Glanamman. Pianoforte solo under 17: Trevor Davies, Alkwen. St; nza: Mr. D. B. Thomas, Brynamman. Contralto 6010: Miss Hannah Hopkin, Brynamman. Easay: Mr. David Evans, Llanfynydd. Bass solo: Mr. Owen Morgan, Gwaun-cae- gurwen. Chief recitation: Mr. Tom Harry, Garnant Soprano solo: Miss Blodwen Rees, Garnant. Tenor 1010: Mr. Stephen Rogerson, Glam- amman. Mak voice party: Bettws Male Voice Choir (Mr. T. William.).
AMMANFORD. f We regret to leam that, while inspecting sorpe timber at Middleton Hall, Ald. W. N. Jones, J.P., Dyffryn, met with an accident which resulted in the fracture of a rib. Billiards! Billiards!! Billiairds! During the winter season several interesting tourna- ments will be introduced at the Lucania Billiard Hall. W. H. Crowe, Manager. la At the Llanllechowain eisteddfod held recently the first prize for the best fancy apron was awarded to "Amanys," whom it transpired to be Miss C. M. Jones, 5, New Koad. A miner named Dd. Thomas, residing in Wind Street, was injured whilst following his employment at the Pantyffynnom Colliery on Wednesday afternoon. The injuries were not of a serious character. Idris Powell, aged 12 years, a son of a miner residing at Bettws, was knocked down by a motor-car on Monday last, and sustained a lacerated leg. He was conveyed to Swan- sea Hospital and detained. He is progressing favourably. A presentation was made to Mr. Jim Griffiths, the late secretary of the Trades and Lobour Council, at the Y.M.C.A., on. Wed- nesday night. Mr. D. J. Edwards "Dunns" presided. Fuller particulars will appear in our next issue. A collision occurred on the Square on Tuesday afternoon between a motor cyclist and a motor-car owned by the Golden Crust Bakery, Ammanford. The cyclist, Mr. Davies, tailor, Tirydail, sustained injuries to the leg and bruises to the body. The following team was chosen last night to represent the Amman ford, Association club against Swansea Amateurs, on Saturday. Kick-off at 3.30 p.m. Goal: C dlip; fuil backs: R. Thomas and F. Thomas; halves: Taylor, Hicks-and Parrot; forwards: Popple, Morgan, Crockford, Twist and C. Rees. A special meeting of the Urban Council was held at the Y.M.C.A. on Tuesday evening, Mr. Evan Lewis presiding, to con- sider an application for increased wages by the workmen engaged in the erection of the culvert in Jscennen Road. The demands, included Is. 7d. per hour; payment of timc- and a half when employed on wet days; and half time for days unable to work during wet weather. The Council decided not to accede to the request. It was pointed our that other Councils were only paying Is. 3d. per hour for similar work. i l ar wor k A reception was accorded to the Rev. D. J. Le, the new minister, at the English wes.eyan Church on Mordav evening last. A cumpteous tea was provided". The following ladies assisted at the tables: 'Mrs. Pyle, Mrs. McCarthy, Mrs Sargt. Jones, Mrs. T. Fletcher, Miss Richards, Mrs Jim Lewis. and Mrs. Martha Fox, Bettws. After the tables were cleared a miscellaneous pro- gramme was gone t gramme was gone through, contributed by Miss Jenny Griffiths, Miss Martha Pearson, Mr. Harold Fox (violin solo), Mr. Will Leyshon (pianoforte). Addreses were de- livered by the Rev. D. J. Lee and the super- intendent at Llanelly. A recepton concert was held at Elim, Ti y- dail, on Thursday evening last, under the presidency of the Rev. W. Nantlais Williams. The returned hero was Mr. Evan Davies, Cynlais View, Llandebie Road, who has seen considerable active service overseas. A lengthy and enjoyable programme was contributed to by the Misses Dilys Morgan, 'May Jones, Jennie Jones, Myra Jones, and Messrs. Luther Jones, Tom Daniels, John Jones, Ernest Edwards, David John Jones, Harry Jones, and Rees Isaac. A pianoforte solo was also given by Mr. D. Tom Davies. Miss Hannah Jones ably carried out the duties of accompanist. Mr. Jacob Davies presented the returned hero with the customary gift, and several bardic effusions were delivered. A rendering of In the s-yveet by-and-bye by the Male Voice Paity brought the meeting to a close. Great disappointment was felt amongst the sport-loving public of Amman ford and especially so amongllt the cricket faction, when it became known that Garnant had cried off their fixture. In view of the fact that this was a match arranged soley with the idea of accepting the challenge thrown out by "Excelsior" in his article in the Chronicle a few weeks ago, this action by Garnant is, to say the least, extraordinary. Naturally a reason had to be found, but we always credited our friends up the Valley with a better sporting spirit than that shewn in their very lame excuse. A few alleged utterances by the Ammamford skipper, ;is given as the motive which brought about the cancelling of this fixture, but we have the assurance of the said gentleman that the words attributed to him are a pure invention. In view of this, therefore, unless a more tan- gible reason is forthcoming, we will, unfor- tunately, have to come to but one conclusion. A wedding was solemnized at All Saint's Church on Wednesday. The contracting parties being Mr. Lambert William Thomas C hapman, Gloucester, and Miss Margaret Owens, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen, Dynevor Hotel, Pantyffynnon. The bride, who was given away by her father, was becomingly attired with pearls and sequins. She wore a bridal veil and carried a boquet of beautiful white flowers. The bridesmaids, the Misses Sylvia Owens and Elsie Chapman wore dresses of pale blue crepe de cheine with hats to match. They carried bouquets of pink carnations. The duties of best man were carried out by Mr. Ralph Chapman, a brother of the bride- groom. The nuptial knot was tied by the Rev. Morris Rees, Vicar of Paddington Green, and- the Rev. J: D. Jones, Vicar of Ammanford. The bride's going-away dress was of powdered blue taffetta, and later .in the day left for London and Bournemouth, where the honeymoon is to be spent. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a saphire pendant, and to the bridesmaids a ruby pendant. The bride's gift to the bridegroom was a gold watch.
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BRYNAMMAN. Special preaching meetings were held at Moriah M.C. chapel Sunday and Monday, when the Rev. Nantlais Williams, Ammanford officiated. Mr. David Elias Evans, Park Street, at a recent eisteddfod, captured half the prize for the best essay on "The effects of the war on society. He shared the honours with the Rev. R. Gimblett, Morriston. A committee has been formed to arrange a benefit event for ex-Private Evan Llewelyn, New Road, who has been unable to resume his pre-war occupation owing to the effects of wounds. The project deserves great success. The Manorfabon ratepayers will be called together September 24th to deal with an important question respecting street lighting. All concerned are requested to make an effort t3 attend, as to avoid subsequent questions re- garding the resolutions arrived at. An elderly gentleman of Glanamman declares that such a drought as prevailed from April to middle of August of this year has not been experienced since 1887. It did not rain during that period sufficiently to wet the seed potato or to raise the flood in the Amman liver. Holiday Clubs are the order of the day. I understand that there are no fewer than six Jodges already established in the village. Sums sufficient to defray the expenses of a month' s hblidays on the Continent were drawn from last year's exchequers by certain members. There is nothing like these clubs to rehearse thrift, and therefore they deserve the best en- couragement that can be given them. Band contests are becoming more and moTe attractive to the general community. The event at Cwmgorse last Saturday was strongly supported by district music lovers. The Brynamman Band again managed to win a piace among the prize winers. The Gwaun- cae-gurwen Band, as usual, outshined all rivals .in the first class section. The affair proved a big success from all standpoints. Being that ex-Councillor Rees Alexander, Clyon Road, is a native of Brynamman, and the enefrgetic secretary of the Gwaun-cae- gurwen champion band, it behoves us to mention that he is going to be acknowledged at an early date by the institution for his great services. A substantial sum of money has been collected towards the presentation, and a specially arranged meeting will be held to hand over the recognition gifts. Questions are constantly asked these days respecting whether the Brynamman choir will compete at Barry National. I am not in a position to give a definite answer to the query, only that a keen desire prevails among the choristers to have a combination re-formed. The Glanamman choir has already decided to enter the contest, and preparations for the fray are already in progress. Whether Bryn- amman will be directly represented in the chief choral competition or not. the village will probably be strongly represented indirectly in the ranks of other Valley combinations. The female section of the Brynamman choir stall keeps intact, and enjoyed a lovely outing last Thursday, when they journeyed in motor cars to Porthcarwl. It is not impossible that the ladies choir will resolve to tty their hick at the National this year, and quite as reason- able that the male choir will have a shot at it. At present it is not quite safe to venture any prophecies Probably in the course of the next few weeks some move or other will be made, such as will give the choristers an opportunity to decide one way or the other.
I GORSLAS. I
I GORSLAS. The Gorslas New Infants' Schools were opened on Monday last temporarily at the Church Hall (pending the erectoa of new schools), which is kindly lent for the purpose by the Gors las Church, through the effective influence of our genial ricar, the Rev. Anthony Britten, who is at all times ready to assist all needful causes. Miss Greville, Cross Hands, the appointed headmistress, registered an attendance of 61, this being the first day's roll call." Tea was provided in the evening at the Long Room, Gorslas, for all the school chil- dren of the district, when about 300 sat down to partake of the good things provided. From all appearances, rations 1. is a forlorn hope, and the tables were abundantly laid with all manner Oif sweet dainties, which were volun- tarily provided by the following ladies, who also attended to the tables:—Mrs. Britten (Vicarage), Mrs. Gibbon, Mrs. Bob Jenkins, Mrs. Morgans, Mrs. Ben Davies, Mrs. Thomas (cashier), Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. Hughes (White), Mrs. Evans (Union), Miss Edith Evans (Union), Mrs. Rachel Phillips, Mrs. W. Green, and others. The Rev. A. Britten, as usual, was in attendance to see to the needs of the little ones, while Mrs. Gibbon supervised the tables. After tea, games and sports were indulged in on the Gorslas Athletic Field (kindly lent by Mrs. Evans, Tavern). Sweets and fruits were distributed among the children, and the singing of "Land ot My Fathers brought to a close another red-letter day in the year of peace at Gorslas.
LLANDOVERY. I Messrs. J. Davies and Co. conducted their fortnightly mart at Llandovery on Tuesday. Thirty cattle and 528 sheep were allocated; 250 store sheep sold at from 45s. to 13 12 calves, from S.2 5s. to E6 15s. No cows and calves on offer. Twenty 6tore pigs sold at from £2 5s. to 16 15s.
PENYGROES. I A reception concert in honour of ex-Privates Peter Rees Evans and William Dicks was held at Penygroes on Friday evening last, at which oil-paintings of the local fallen heroes, ihe late Sergt. Emrys Roberts and Privates Wm. Owen and Charles Taylor were pre- sented to the respective relatives. The Rev. Berian James, who presided, made the presentation on behalf of the Penygroes Reception Committee. In addition, an ex- cellent programme was contributed to by Miss Annie Davies, Penygroes, Master H. Hughes, Gorslas, the Gorslas Children's Choir (con- ducted by Mr. Wm. Huighes) Mrs. J. Nicholas, Mr. Wm. Dyfnant Davies, Mr. T. Davies, L.C.V., Mr. D. Roberts, and the Penygroes Silver Band (conductor, Mr. D. Williams). The accompanist was Mr. Haydn Jones, L.C.M., Penygroes. After the pre- setnation of the oil-paintings the audience sang the well-known hymn Jesus Lover of my Soul" (Aberystwyth) very touchingly, followed by a vote of thanks to all who had taken part by the cfiairman, which was seconded by Mr. Wm. Williams, J.P. The singing of the National An,them terminated the proceedings, the solo being taken by Mrs. J. Nicholas.
LLANDILO. I An exceptional farewell meeting was held at the Wesleyan Vestry, Llandilo, last week, under the auspices of the Noncomformist Churches of Llandilo and district, to give a send off to the Rev. D. Corris Davies, on his departure to take up duties at Pontypridd. It was a unique meeting, as such a one had not been held "l connection with the departure of a Wesleyar. minister from the town. The chair was occupied by the Rev. Wm. Davies, pastor of the Tabernacle and Capel Newydd Churches, as the senior member of the Non- comformist churches of the-town and district. Addresses were delivered by the following: Revs. J. E. Davies (M.C.), Las Ael; Dd. Williams (M.C.), New Road; T. Thorny (S.), Carmel; Thomas Thomas (Ind.) Elan, Llandilo; W. M. Harries (Ind.), Penrheol; E. L. D. Clanley (Church of England) and the Deputy-Chief Constable, John Evans. An illuminated address was presented by the Rev. William Davies on behalf of the Noncomformist Churches, and appropriate verses were read by the Rev. T. Thomas (B.), CarmeL The Rev. D. Corris Daviee suitably returned thanks. A very pretty wedding took place at the Llandilo Parish Church on Wednesday, the 17th day of September, of Sergt.-Instructor and Lecturer to the R.A.F. Abed John, son of Coun. Tom John, chairman of the Neath Board of Guardians, checkweigher at the Dyffryn Rhondda Collieries, Port Talbot, and Miss Margaret Jane Davies, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Davies, of Osborne House, Carmarthen Street, Llandilo. The bride was attended by Miss Mona Morgan, of the White Horse Hotel, Llandilo, coosin of the bride, and Miss Megan John, sister of the bridegroom. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. Willie Daniel, surveyor of the Glen- afon Collieries, Cymmer, Port Talbot. The ceremony was performed by the Venerable W' 1 1' V' Archdeacon Robert Williams, M.A., Vicar, assisted by the Rev. W. Arthur Jones., Citrate. There was a large number of well- Viihers of both parties in attendance. After the ceremony the happy couple motored to the bride s home, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of, and later in the day the happy couple motored to Llanstephan, where the honeymoon will be spent. The presents were both numerous and costly. Anniversary services were held at Siloh Independent Chapel, Penybank, Llandilo, on Sunday last, when the special preacher was the Rev. SeiTiol Williams, Pontardawe. The Rev. Stephen Thomas, pastor, conducted the services, and Miss Rachel Thomas, Cefn- rhiwlas, the organist of the chapel, presided at the organ, and Mr. John Roderick, Lower Walk, Llandilo, conducted the singing. Congregations were large throughout the day, and the preaching was of a high standard. A very pretty wedding was solemnized at Capel Newydd, Crescent Road, Llandilo, on Tuesday last. The contracting parties being Mr. John Davies, an employee of Messrs. Isaac Thomas and Son, Corner House, Carmarthen Street, Llandilo, and Miss Bessie Davies, elder daughter of Mr. David Davies, of 10, Thomas Terrace, Llandilo. The bride, -who was charmingly attired, was given away by her father, and was attended by her sister, Miss Maggie Davies, as bridesmaid, whilst Mr. John Phillips, of Swansea, acted as best man. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Williams, of Nantymoel, cousin of the bride, and Miss Olwen Williams, organist of the chapel, presided at the organ. After the ceremony the happy couple were greeted with confetti as they emerged from the sacred edifice. They entered a motor car and drove to the bride's home, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of. and later in the day entrained for Blackpool, where the honeymoon will be spent. The presents were both numerous and costly.
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Drama -Week -at Swansea.1
Drama Week at Swansea.1 With now only six weeks to run, the pro- I moters of the Welsh Drama movement in Swansea are not leaving a single stone un- turned to make the undertaking a successful one from both a national and ifnancial point of view. There will be seven performances I at the Albert Hall, Swansea, during the third week in October. The following Welsh Dramatic Societies have entered for the competition, and will compete in the following order:— Monday, Oct. 20.—Trinity, Pontardulais, Asgre Lan"; Tuesday.-Capel Als, Llanelly, Noson o Farrug," Y PwyJJgor," and "Bic Ma Fe?"; Wednesday.—Gwaun-cae-gurwen, Acres Maesyfelin. Thursday afternoon (Matinee) Taber- nacle, Morriston, "Y Briodas Ddirgel." Thurs. evening.—Pontardulais, Ephraim Harris Friday. -Plasmarl, Ar y Groesffordd Saturday.—Dulais, Maesymeillion." 1 he Lwm and Bonymaen Orchestral Band will be present at each performance. The programme is a good one, and as far as possible each performance should be fol- lowed up. The committee have put the prices of the hall within the reaches of every individual, viz., Reserved seats, 3s.; unreserved, 2s.; and balcony, Is. They have also placed a limited number of season's to cover the seven performances at 12s. (including, tax), and* transferable. For the latter, undoubtedly, there will be a rush. The adjudicators for the whole perform- ances are the Rev. Dyfnalit Owen (Carmar- then), Messrs. D. Clydach Thomas, Dan Morgan, and R. Hughes (Swansea). Tickets will be ready in a week, and the plan of the hall may be seen at Messrs. Morgan and Higgs. Mr. W. Clement, of Rock House, Landore, the secretary, will be pleased to furnish any information.
Forthcoming Events. I [All forthcoming events which are adver- tised in the Chronicle, or for which printing is done at our Works in Quay Street, Amman- ford, will be included in the following list.] Sept. 18 and 21.-English Cong. Church, Brynamman: Harvest Thanksgiving Services. Sept. 20.-National Schools, Llandebie: Grand Eisteddfod. Sept. 21 and 22.—Gwynfryn, Ammanford: Preaching Services. .Sept. 21 and Church, Tycroes: Harvest Thanksgiving Services. Oct. 2 and 5.-En.glish Cong. Church, Am- man ford Harvest Thanksgiving Services. Oct. 16, 17 & 18.-Public Hall, Gwaun- cae-gurwen: Grand Performances of Glaniad y Ffrancod yn Abergwaun. Oct. 18.-Church Room, Ammanford: Annual Eisteddfod.
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I LLANDEBIE The mortal remains were interred at the Llandebie Parish Church, on Friday, of the late Mr. Alan Stepney Gulston, J.P., D.L., of Derwydd. The deceased was a well- known and popular county gentleman. The service at| the church was fully choral, and the cortege was met at the church gates by the following clergy:—Rev. D. W. Thomas, M.A., ricar of Llandebie; Archdeacon Robt. Williams, M.A., vicar of Llandilo; Rev. J. W. Jones, B.A., vicar of Amman ford; Rev. J. W. Roberts; and the Rev. J. D. Sparrow, a friend of the family. At the church and graveside, a short service was held, the Vicar and Archdeacon R. Williams officiating. At the close, a Welsh translation of Rock of Ages was feelingly sung, and the Bene- diction pronounced by the Vicar. The mourners included the Baroness de Rutten, Mrs. George Gulston and Miss Gulston, Derwydd; Sir Frank and Lady Newnes. Among the many sympathisers present were: —Lord Dynevor, Lady Howard, Colonel Davies-Evans (Highmead), Lieut.-Colonel Delme-Davies, D.S.O., Colonel Lloyd Harries (Llwynddewi), Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mansel Lewis and Mrs. Garnons Williams (Stradet Castle), Capt. H. E. E. Philipps (Tregeyb), Capt. George Philipps, Major Evans (Ystrad, Carmarthen), Mr. P. H. Lloyd (Glansevin, Llangadock), Mr. C. V. Pryse-Rice (Llwynybrain, Llandovery), Mr. Meuric Lloyd (Cynghordy), Mr. Mervyn Peel (Llangadock), Mr. L. N. Powell (Carregcennen), Mr. R. Shipley Lewis (Llandilo), County Councillor Victor Phil- Lips (Carmarthen), Rev. Anthony Britten (vicar of Gorslas), Rev. D. Williams (Llan- gollen), Mr. Robert Matthews (Llandebie), Miss Hyndman (housekeeper, Derwydd) and the household staif. Congratulations to Llanferch on her great success at the Forest (Llanedy) Eis- teddfod last Saturday in winning a beautiful oak chair in the open recitation competition, out of a very large number of competitors. She proved herself equal to the occasion, and gave an ideal delivery of Iesu" (by Colyddan). Priodas dda i Llanferch," a llwyddiant ymhob man, A da lied mlaen i adrodd er codi Cyuiru lan.
OLD COLLEGE SCHOOL, CARMARTHEN.
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The Chronicle will be sent by post to any address at 4/4 for the half-year, at 8/8 pet annum, payable in advaace. PALACE THEATRE, AMMANFORD. A GRAND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT Will be held at the above place on Wednesday, Oct. 1st, 1919, by the BETTWS Orchestral Society (Under the Conductorship of Mr. Geo. Thomas, L.L.C.M.) ARTISTES: SopraniO-Madame LAURA EVANS-WILLIAMS (Of the London & Provincial Concerts). Basso: Mr. MORLAIS EVANS (National Winner ). Elocutionist: Mr. T. GIBBON DAVIES. taromnist: Miu CEINWEN WILLIAMS Chairman: COL. LLOYD HARRIES, LLANGADOCK. Doors open at 7; to commence at 7-30 p.m. Admission Stalls, 4/ Circle, 3/ (Reserved and Numbered) Pit, 21'l Gallery, 1/6 (Tax Inclusive). Reserved Seat Tickets to be obtained from Mr. E. Harries, Co-operative Stores, Ammanford. APPLICATIONS for Agencies to Sell The Amman V tille, Chronltle Î8 the Villages of East Carmarthenshire should be forwarded to the Manager, Amman Valley Chronicle Office, Quay Street. Ammanford. Rationing A 8' gainl Numbers of our customers have already. asked us to register their names-in several cases mentioning their friends' names also. The same service that gives such satisfac- tion and gets such recommendations is offered to YOU. The coming winter will be a bad one for food supplies. We can help you. Ask us about .1. A. R. REES & SON, COMPTON HOUSE, High Street, Ammanford (Our only Address).