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ARCH Programme’s £60million Llanelli Wellness Village Plans Discussed


ARCH Programme’s £60million Llanelli Wellness Village plans discussed by Hywel Dda chiefs

PLANS for how the health service can contribute to a multi-million pound health and wellbeing village in Llanelli have been discussed by leading West Wales health bosses.

Hywel Dda University Health Board hosted an event in Carmarthen last week to discuss the plans, which form part of the ambitious ARCH Programme.

The £60 million Llanelli Wellness Village, led by Carmarthenshire Council, which would be the first of its kind in Wales  and  unique to Llanelli.



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