Welcome to the St Clears Town Council

If you are looking for an area with a rural lifestyle and coastal connections but remain unable to step away from modern living then St Clears is the answer. Situated between the bustling regional centre of Carmarthen and the beautiful seaside resorts of Pembrokeshire, St Clears and Bancyfelin offer good facilities for residents as well as warm hospitality to its many visitors. The Town has excellent transport links, lots of local businesses and a wide variety of community activity underpinned with a strong sense of community spirit.


St Clears Town Audio Heritage Trail 

The audio trail provides a free guided tour of the town and is an opportunity to learn about the rich history and culture of St Clears. There are 12 interpretative panels to accompany the audio trail which is a total distance of around 1.5 miles. 

Handsets are available at the Gate, Pentre Rd, St Clears which is open from 9:00-16.30 Monday to Friday and 9:00-15:00 on Saturday. A fully refundable deposit is required for each handset. 

Come along for an enjoyable and informative walk around St Clears! 

For more information please contact St Clears Town Clerk on 07468 456077 or clerk@stclearstowncouncil.co.uk.





St Clears Town Council News

  • Cyfarfod nesaf. Next meeting. 05/09/17.

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If your community group needs funding support for a community event why not apply to the St Clears Town Council Community Events Chest. Please click here for full details.

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