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Jo-tit Hospital TO SERVE LLANELLY AND BURRY PORT. The proposal to construct an isolation hospital to serve Llanelly and Burry Port came before a, joint conference at the Town Hall. Llanelly was represented by Ald. D. James Davies and Coun. Willis Jones, the Burry Port representa- tives being Councillors R. G. Thomas and Thomas Davies, with th,- Cierks and Surveyors. A letter was read from the Local Government Beard intimating that the County Council proposed to provide a hospital for the county, and bad pro- visionally selected a site in the parish of Llannon. The Board suggested that the Corporation should communicate with the County Council as to whether they proposed to include Llanelly and Burry Port in their scheme. The Conference directed that the Town Clerk be authorised to apply to the County Council for full particulars of their county scheme.

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