Welcome to the website of Carmarthen NightLight.  We are volunteers from local churches and chapels who are out on the streets of Carmarthen between about 11 p.m. on Saturday and 3 a.m.  on Sunday mornings, carrying water, first aid, flip flops for women who can no longer wear their shoes and lollipops for anyone who wants one.  (Our service has been suspended since March 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic but we hope to be back on the streets soon.)

We hope that our presence on the streets will in the long term make a difference to the late-night atmosphere in Carmarthen as well as helping non-church-goers understand a little of what being a Christian means.

The first Carmarthen NightLight team went out on 15th January 2011 so we are now ten years old!  To celebrate our first birthday, the Mayor, Tom Defis, came out with us – here he is with the street team on 15th January 2012.

The Chief Constable of Dyfed-Powys Police, Mark Collins, came out with us – here he is with most of the team on 13th January 2018.  It was great to have him with us!

For more photos, see our Rogues’ Gallery.

If you would like more information please contact us at info@carmarthennightlight.org.uk

Please also have a look at our Welsh and English videos, made for us by Jonathan Dunn:

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