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Are You Looking for Custom Workwear Suppliers Near Llanelli?
Based in the heart of Crosshands, Carmarthenshire, Print Inc. are the premier choice of suppliers of customised workwear across South and West Wales.
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Based in the heart of Crosshands, Carmarthenshire, Print Inc. are the premier choice of suppliers of customised workwear across South Wales, including Ammanford, Llanelli, Swansea, Carmarthen, Bridgend, Newport and Cardiff.
Angela Windsor, Founder and Director, already had five years experience within the printing and embroidery industry whilst being the owner and manager of the award winning “AVA Dancewear”. During this time she had a vision to significantly improve the service and quality of products offered to customers that existed within the industry. As a result of this, Print Inc. was born at the beginning of 2016.
In less than one year, Angela and Print Inc were recognised by the Women in Business 2016 awards for New Business of the Year; finalized in the “Beacon Bursary”. Following this the company expanded and purchased more embroidery machines and hired more staff to meet with the ever increasing demand.
Offering a wide range of services including workwear, PPE, signs & paper print, branding and clothing embroidery & print, Print Inc aims to be the solution for the branding needs for businesses. Our embroidery machines, heat press and vinyl cutter are constantly in use and the workshop is a hive of activity from the minute its open to the minute it closes.
Print Inc takes pride in their fresh and modern approach to provide the very best service and products for their customers, and as a result their market has expanded from local beginnings. Print Inc are proud to state that they supply customers throughout the UK, and also Europe. Print Inc also proudly supplies the Welsh Guards, offering a range of garments and clothing for their Soldiers.
It has been an extremely busy few years. Print Inc has grown (and continues to grow) as a result of the increasing demand. The ongoing business, trust and reliance of Print Inc.’s customers from “one-man bands” to large, corporate companies and the Military is its best endorsement.
About Llanelli - South West Wales
Llanelli is a market town and the largest community in Carmarthenshire and the preserved county of Dyfed, Wales.
It is located on the Loughor estuary 10.5 miles north-west of Swansea and 12 miles south-east of the county town, Carmarthen.
The town had a population of 25,168 in 2011, estimated in 2019 at 26,225.
Culture and language:
Llanelli hosted the National Eisteddfod six times between 1895 and 2014.
In the mid-20th century, Llanelli was the world’s largest town in which more than half the inhabitants spoke a Celtic language. It is ranked as the seventh largest urban area in Wales.
According to the 2011 UK Census returns, 23.7 per cent of Llanelli town residents habitually spoke Welsh. However, the area around Llanelli is a Welsh stronghold, in which 56 per cent do so in communities such as Llwynhendy and Burry Port.
In 1991 Llanelli was a distinct travel to work area, but a 2001-based revision has merged it into a wider one of Swansea Bay.
Several firms, including Tata Steel Europe tinplate at Trostre and Dyfed Steels, are based in the Llanelli area and service the automotive industry. The Technium Performance Engineering Centre was developed at Llanelli Gate as a business incubator for businesses in the automotive, motor sport and aerospace sectors.
The traditional industries of Llanelli have gradually declined in recent decades. Local government has responded by seeking to attract tourism with developments such as the Machynys Golf Course, retail parks at Trostre and Pemberton, and the Millennium Coastal Park. The core shopping area has now moved largely from the town centre to the Trostre/Pemberton area.
The longstanding Felinfoel Brewery continues in Felinfoel, just outside the town.
Rev. James Buckley was an ordained Methodist minister, born in Oldham, Lancashire in 1770, who after moving to Llanelli towards the end of the 18th century became involved in establishing a small brewery. After the death of the owner, Buckley gained possession of the brewery and changed its name to Buckley’s. In 1998, the brewery was bought by Brains Brewery, which transferred production to its facility in Cardiff. However, Brains continues to produce The Reverend James, a bitter named in Buckley’s memory. Since then the Llanelli brewery has been partly demolished.
In the past decade, the longstanding emphasis on heavy industry has shifted towards the tertiary sector employment in leisure and tourism. Ongoing developments include the new Llanelli Scarlets rugby stadium, the Old Castle Works leisure village and a National Hunt racecourse at Ffos Las near Trimsaran. Machynys Ponds, a Site of Special Scientific Interest notable for its dragonfly population, lies a mile to the south.
The town’s rugby union teams – the Scarlets competing in the Pro14, and Llanelli RFC in the Principality Premiership – play at Parc y Scarlets, which opened in November 2008 in Pemberton. Previously they had played at Stradey Park, home to Llanelli RFC for over 130 years and one site used for the 1999 Rugby World Cup, hosting the Argentina v Western Samoa game on 10 October. Stradey Park is being redeveloped.
The Welsh folk song “Sosban Fach” (Little Saucepan) is mostly associated with Llanelli RFC. Many rugby clubs have notable scalps collected from touring international sides, but on 31 October 1972, Llanelli claimed perhaps the greatest by beating the New Zealand All Blacks. The Scarlets side emerged 9–3 winners at Stradey Park.
There is a strong junior rugby core, including club sides such as Felinfoel, New Dock Stars, Llangennech and the Llanelli Wanderers. In 2005, Coedcae School won the Inter-Schools Cup of Wales with an 8–5 victory over Brynteg Comprehensive.
Population – 26,225
OS grid reference – SN505005
Community – Llanelli
Principal area – Carmarthenshire
Ceremonial county – Dyfed
Country – Wales
Sovereign state – United Kingdom
Post town – LLANELLI
Postcode district – SA14, SA15
Dialling code – 01554
Police – Dyfed-Powys
Fire – Mid and West Wales
Ambulance – Welsh
UK Parliament – Llanelli
Senedd Cymru – Welsh Parliament – Llanelli
Beer Park Bottle Shop
For all your beery needs.
A constantly changing stock of around 600 beers from the world’s best small breweries.
Take out or drink in and get beer sent to you wherever you are. Only 6 minutes from the M4 J48 with parking outside.
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Llanelli Wetland Centre
Discover a safe haven of wide-open spaces bursting with incredible Welsh wetland nature. Fill your lungs with fresh air, stretch your legs and get ready to explore this extraordinary wetland paradise, whatever the weather! WWT Llanelli Wetland Centre is one of the most popular places to visit in South Wales and offers a great day out for all ages. A breath-taking 450-acre mosaic of lakes, reedbeds, woods, pools and lagoons, Llanelli Wetland Centre is a vital refuge for some of the world’s most spectacular birds, many of which are rare or endangered. There is free visitor parking and racks for cyclists to secure their bikes when they visit. There is also parking for coaches. For the latest info about what’s on at the centre, please visit our website. The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is a conservation charity that saves wetlands and threatened species around the world.
Millennium Coastal Park
Llanelli is where east Wales meets west Wales. Where industrial Wales connects with rural Wales.
And where the valleys reach down to the sea. You could say this is where many parts of Wales come together – the crossroads of Wales. It’s no surprise then, that Llanelli people embody so many strong Welsh characteristics.
A sense of belonging and community, a love of the arts, music and, of course, sport…especially rugby.
Parc y Scarlets
Parc y Scarlets, English: Scarlets Park is a rugby union stadium in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, that opened in November 2008 as the new home of the Scarlets and Llanelli RFC.
The ground replaced Stradey Park, the home of Llanelli’s rugby teams for almost 130 years. The stadium complex includes facilities for matchday supporters and for non-matchday revenue generation, as well as a training barn and a training pitch with athletics track. The stadium also occasionally hosts some matches of the Wales national under-21 and senior football teams, as well as Llanelli Town A.F.C.’s matches in European competitions. Swansea City A.F.C. Reserve Team played all of their home fixtures at the stadium in the 2011/2012 season. In 2020 the venue was used for Wales home games during the Autumn Nations Cup due to the Millennium Stadium being used as a backup Covid venue to Dragon’s Heart hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.