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High value horse equipment stolen

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POLICE are investigating a burglary from a farm in Llanelli, where a large quantity of high value horse riding equipment was taken.

A rented storage container was broken into at Glyngwernen Uchaf Farm, Felinfoel, sometime between 7.30pm on Saturday, March 30 and 9am on Sunday, March 31.

Horse saddlery and equestrian equipment worth around £5,000 was stolen. The items include:
Black Kent & Masters 17” saddle with Avacalo gel pad, sheepskin numnah, black girth and rose gold tech stirrups.

A Brown 14” Thoroughgood saddle, Black 14” leather Ideal saddle, Black Winter 17” saddle, Brown Western pony saddle, Brown leather full-size bridle, Cob-size black Micklem bridle with diamante V browband.

A Black and pink leather pony bridle, Brown leather Cottage bridle with 4” bit, Brown leather pony bridle with coloured reins and a petal on the browband.

A Martingales bridles x 3, Brown children’s stirrups and leathers, Children’s Rodney Powell body protector, 2 x Avimore brown bridles, with French link snaffles.

A 1 x 16” brown Wintec saddle, 1 x 17” brown Jeffrey’s saddle, 1 x breastplate, Brown Fylde Haden saddle.

A Brown comfy girth 15” Fylde number, Brown Fylde bridle with Jerome noseband (£90), Fluffy blue saddle cover with white sheep (£80).

A 16.5” – 17” black saddle with a shield crest in red and blue with a yellow cross, with black safety stirrups (£700), Burgundy rhingold saddle cover, 16” black Wintec saddle with safety stirrups (£120), Purple and white saddle cover.

Anyone with information, or anyone who becomes aware of any of these items being offered for sale, is asked to contact PC 825 Carter on 101, quoting referenceDPP/0011/31/03/2019/01/C.

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New ward extension opens at Werndale Hospital

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WERNDALE Hospital opens its £1millon ward extension, featuring a suite of new spacious patient en-suite rooms and additional light and airy ward space for new nurses’ stations, new technology and medical equipment, in pleasant and comfortable spaces. 

Werndale is part of Circle Health Group, the UK’s largest provider of private healthcare. The group is carrying out a £125 million redevelopment programme across its 50 hospitals in the UK.

Werndale has a strong history in the village of Bancyfelin, where is has been serving the local communities of Wales for over 32 years.

James Davies, Wales and Scarlets rugby player, from Bancyfelin, cut the ribbon to mark the official opening on Monday 1st August. His nickname “Cubby”, is reference to his brother’s nickname, “Fox”; this refers to the Fox & Hounds pub their parents ran in Bancyfelin, the village where they grew up. Staff and consultants were given the chance to view the new extension, with a small gathering to mark the occasion and celebrate all the hard work that has gone into this project over the last 12 months.

Jacky Jones, Executive Director of Werndale Hospital said: “The investment programme is an exciting opportunity to expand what we can offer to patients at Werndale. Our staff and consultants are delighted with this expansion which will allow us to meet the private healthcare needs of patients and families in Wales and will decrease waiting times which will positively impact the patient’s experience. Having the new patient rooms here increases our ward capacity by 20%, it is a great investment”.

Gaynor Llewellyn, Director of Clinical Services said: “At Werndale we are committed to continuous improvement of clinical facilities and services. We continually invest in the hospital so that we can offer our patients and consultants reassurance when they visit us for treatments”.

Werndale Hospital is seeing increased demand for its services across all specialities particularly orthopaedic surgery, ophthalmology, and general surgery. Nearly 4,000 patients had surgery at Werndale Hospital, Bancyfelin during 2021 and the new investment will enable ward capacity to be increased by 25 per cent.

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M4 closed westbound following lorry fire near Swansea

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A SECTION of the M4 near Swansea was shut on Monday (Aug 8) due to a vehicle fire.

The westbound section of the motorway, between junction 47 at Penllergaer and junction 48 at Hendy closed.

Emergency services were called to the scene, and there was queuing traffic in the area.

Traffic monitoring service Inrix reported: “M4 Westbound closed, queueing traffic due to vehicle fire between J47 A48 (Penllergaer / Swansea West Services) and J48 A4138 Pontardulais Road”

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Police appeal after Llanelli assault: victim required hospital treatment

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DYFED POWYS POLICE is investigating an assault which occurred on Regalia Terrace, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire at about 12.05am, Sunday 3rd July.

The victim required hospital treatment.

Officers have carried out all possible lines of enquiry, and are now appealing for help from the public.

They would like to identify the person in the CCTV image, who may have information that could help the investigation.

Anyone who knows who the person is, or if you believe you are pictured, contact Dyfed-Powys Police.

This can also be done either online at: https://bit.ly/DPPContactOnline, by emailing 101@dyfed-powys.police.uk or phoning 101.

If you are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech impaired text the non-emergency number on 07811 311 908.

Please quote reference DP-20220703-011

Alternatively, contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously by calling 0800 555111, or visiting crimestoppers-uk.org.

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