A WELSH language hub is moving into the centre of Ammanford this week.

Cyfoes is a social enterprise that provides support and advice regarding the Welsh language and sells products such as books, cards, cd's, dvd's, gifts and homeware.

The company was established in 2013 following the closure of Siop y Cennen, the Welsh shop that had been serving the area for 25 years.

Working with its sister company, Menter Bro Dinefwr, Cyfoes is looking to develop a new Welsh language hub in the centre of Ammanford in order to expand and enhance its services.

Anybody who needs information on matters relating to the Welsh language can visit for advice, guidance, services and provision.

Activities to be held at the new premises, 6 Quay Street, will include, sessions for Welsh learners, Amser Stori for children and families, support for Welsh in business, translation facilities, and a drop-in centre to provide opportunities to people of all ages to access the Welsh language.

New stock will also be available at the shop.

The shop will be open at 9am this Friday, October 26 and BBC Radio Cymru will be broadcasting live between 10am and 12pm.

Non Edwards, Corporate Services Manager, told The Guardian: “Jac y Do and local schools will perform during the morning and the shop will be officially opened by local MP Jonathan Edwards at 1pm.

“On Saturday, October 27 there will be activities for children.

“Peppa Pig will be joining us at 10am and author Mererid Hopwood will be reading from her popular Welsh series 'Dosbarth Miss Prydderch' at 11am.

“Refreshments available throughout the opening weekend.

“A warm welcome to all.”