TWO women have denied a number of charges relating to an alleged stabbing in Ystradgynlais.

Kathryn Llewellyn, 42, of Golwg y Mynydd, Godregraig, Swansea, and Teresa Dilys Morgan-Peters, 44, of Dolfain, Ystradgynlais, both appeared at Swansea Crown Court on December 5 where they entered pleas to their charges.

Llewellyn – who appeared via video link from HMP Eastwood Park – pleaded not guilty to a charge of burglary with to cause GBH, a charge of wounding with intent and two charges of possession of a bladed article in a public place – with a Stanley knife and a silver handled lock knife being the blades in question.


Morgan-Peters – who appeared in person in court – denied a count of burglary with intent to cause GBH, a count of wounding with intent and a count of being in possession of a bladed article in a public place, in relation to a Stanley knife.

The charges all relate to an incident in the Pen y Bryn area of Ystradgynlais in the early hours of November 1 when a woman was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

A third defendant – Gregory Alexander Morgan – had previously been charged with conspiracy to cause GBH and appeared in court where there was discussion over his arrest for breaching bail which took place in Brecon on December 4.

Morgan will appear at Swansea Magistrates Court on December 8.

Llewellyn and Morgan-Peters are due to stand trial on April 17. The trial is expected to last five days.

All three have been remanded into custody.