Llanfallteg Park
A Queen Elizabeth II Field in Trust | Green Flag Community Award

Development At Llanfallteg Park

Over the last number of years we have re-developed the playing field considerably, with installation of new play equipment, disability friendly fitness equipment suitable for all ages and abilities, sheltered seating areas, children's play shelter, wildflower garden and raised beds and art installations to name a few.

You can learn about our latest devlopments here and see what we have planned for the future.

Latest Developments at Llanfallteg Park

Llanfallteg Park Awarded Green Flag Community Award

We're proud to announce that Llanfallteg Park has been awarded the Green Flag Community Award 2023/24, a mark of a quality park or green space!

Green Flag Community Award - Llanfallteg Park

Green Flag(s) flying at Llanfallteg Park

Environmental charity Keep Wales Tidy has unveiled this year’s Green Flag Award winners – the international mark of a quality park or green space.

Llanfallteg Park has achieved the coveted Green Flag Community Award in recognition of its high environmental standards, cleanliness, safety, and community involvement.

Llanfallteg Park is an idyllic community park in West Carmarthenshire, Wales. Managed by a registered charity and group of dedicated volunteers, the park is a valued community asset and is a Queens Elizabeth II Field in Trust.

The Green Flag award is testament to the hard work, dedication and pride that our volunteers put into maintaining this green space for everyone to enjoy. It is a diverse space, providing something for all ages and abilities, from children's play equipment, to disability friendly exercise equipment and peaceful spaces to sit and enjoy the surrounding nature gardens. We've always strived to get people involved in the development of the park, encouraging a sense of ownership and pride in those who use it. We hope the Green Flag Award will further distil those values across the community – Park Secretary.

180 community managed green spaces across the country have met the high standards needed to receive the Green Flag Community Award.

Now in its third decade, Green Flag recognises well-managed parks and green spaces in 20 countries around the world.

In Wales, the awards scheme is run by Keep Wales Tidy. Lucy Prisk, Green Flag Coordinator for Keep Wales Tidy said:

“Free access to safe, high quality green space has never been more important. Our award-winning sites play a vital role in people’s mental and physical well-being, providing a haven for communities to come together, relax and enjoy nature.

“News that a record number of community managed green spaces in Wales have achieved Green Flag status is testament to the dedication and hard work of hundreds of volunteers. We’re delighted to be able to celebrate their success on the world stage.”

A full list of award winners can be found on the Keep Wales Tidy website – www.keepwalestidy.cymru

More about Green Flag Community Awards

The Green Flag Community Award acknowledges that a site has met international standards in the following areas;

  • A Welcoming Place
  • Healthy, Safe and Secure
  • Well Maintained and Clean
  • Environmental Management
  • Biodiversity, Landscape and Heritage
  • Community Involvement
  • Marketing and Communication
  • Management

Children's Shelter & Graffiti Workshop

May 2023: Our latest developments with thanks to grant funding has been the construction of a childrens shelter in the toddlers area and the art installation across the storage shed. A local graffiti artist held a workshop with some of the local children to create a fitting visual display that represents the community, history and natural setting of the Playing Field.

We have also installed a flag pole on the end of the storage shed to fly a variety of flags at particular times of the year, so watch out for that.

Graffiti Workshop to decorate container at Llanfallteg Park Graffiti Workshop final artwork