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Fly Tipping Burry Port Memorial Park

  • Burry Port Memorial Park
    Thursday, November 13, 2014
    Thu 13 Nov 2014

    High visibility foot patrol will be conducted around the Memoral Park in Burry Port. Local council notified.

Past Priorities

Thu, November 13, 2014

  • Attendees:
    PCSO 8167 Stephanie Maiello
    PCSO 8197 Trudi Scandone
    Cllr Graham Davies
    Cllr John James

    Reviewed last month’s minutes and updated on the priorities and actions.

    Issues discussed:

    • Grass cuttings still being dumped in blue plastic bags in Burry Port Memorial Park. Carmarthen County Council, CCTV operators are aware and are continuing to monitor the site. Patrols will continue in the area.
    • Parking on the double yellow lines in Station Road. PSCO powers discussed.
    • Drinking on the railway bridge to the rear of the Premier store, and rubbish that is building up over time – Network Rail are aware and arranging meeting.


Sergeant Ceri Howells 228

  • Sergeant Ceri Howells

    PS Ceri Howells joined Dyfed-Powys Police in March 1991 where he was posted to Aberystwyth. He was promoted to the rank of sergeant in October 1995 and served at Milford Haven and Haverfordwest before returning to his native Carmarthenshire division in 1997. He then served at Llanelli, Ammanford, Carmarthen and Kidwelly. Between 2009 and 2013 he was seconded to the Operations Centre at the Police National Chemical, Biological and Radiological Centre at Ryton near Coventry. When approached to take the role of Section Sergeant for the Burry Port and Kidwelly sections he was delighted to accept the posting and is looking forward to meeting with and serving the community.

PC Vanessa Vaughan 830

  • PC Vanessa Vaughan started her career with Dyfed-Powys Police in March 1993 where she spent four years in Welshpool. She then transferred to Llanelli and has spent the last ten years patrolling the beat in Burry Port.

PCSO Phillip Davies 8161

  • PCSO Phillip Davies

    PCSO Phillip Davies joined Dyfed- Powys Police in February 2010 working out of St Clears police station as a Special Constable. In November 2013 he was posted to Burry Port as a PCSO. He previously worked as a communications advisor in the force control room in police headquarters. Neighbourhood policing and engaging with members of the community has been a great interest of his and is looking forward to the challenges in his new role as a PCSO.

PCSO Stephanie Maiello 8167

  • PCSO Stephanie Maiello

    PCSO Stephanie Maiello joined Dyfed Powys Police in February 2014 and posted to Burry Port after her initial 8 weeks training.  She has no previous work experience for Dyfed Powys Police but is looking forward to enhancing her career with the force.  Since leaving college, Stephanie has always worked with members of the public and enjoys engaging with the community and always has the time to listen to people. She is looking forward to a challenging new role and her future with Dyfed Powys.

PCSO Trudi Scandone 8197

  • PCSO Trudi Scandone

    PCSO Trudi Scandone was posted to Burry Port in September 2014.  She previously worked in Corporate Relations for BOC Gases, before joining Dyfed-Powys Police in 1999 as a member of Police Staff in the Criminal Justice Unit.  She worked in a number of departments, more recently based in the Case Progression Unit in Friar’s Park, Carmarthen.  Trudi enjoys being outdoors, and is looking forward to getting to know the community in which she is now working.

Neighbourhood Meetings

  • 6PM on the first Wednesday of every month for residents of Burry Port and Pembrey.

    Community Station, Burry Port Junior School
  • On the last Wednesday of every month for residents of Ponthenri, Pontyates, Cynheidre and Five Roads.

    Pontyates Hall
  • Burry Port Community Office


  • Every Thursday

    Pembrey Library
  • Every Tuesday.

    Five Roads community hall
  • Every Friday.

    Burry Port Community Station (based in Burry Port Junior School)
  • Every Thursday.

    Ponthenri Hall
  • Local PCSO's will be available to give information or answer any questions you might have, every Wednesday from 9:30am-11am.

    Llwynhendy Police Station