A new initiative called Tîm Tacluso has been launched to spruce up Carmarthenshire's three main towns.

Carmarthenshire County Council has implemented an extensive programme of works, aiming to enhance the tidiness and attractiveness of town centres.

The plan includes the removal of graffiti and fly posters, pressure washing, concourse cleansing, weed removal, and the application of fresh paint among other suitable cleansing activities.

Tîm Tacluso began in Notts Square in Carmarthen's town centre, demonstrating their concourse cleansing service designed to uplift the general look of urban spaces.

Successful cleansing services have also been carried out in Park Street and Stepney Street areas in Llanelli.

Tailored tidying teams will carry out a range of tasks, exceeding ordinary cleaning activities by deep-cleaning nominated town centres.

In the coming months the work will expand into the ten market towns across Carmarthenshire after beginning operations in the primary towns of Carmarthen, Llanelli, and Ammanford.

Cllr Edward Thomas, Carmarthenshire County Council’s cabinet member for transport, waste and infrastructure services said: "The new Tîm Tacluso initiative will improve the presentation of our town centres, keeping Carmarthenshire looking its best for all residents and visitors.

"The team will provide effective services when cleansing and maintaining town centres, which will provide a huge boost to local communities."

The schedule of works can be accessed on the Carmarthenshire County Council's website.

This initiative forms part of the county council's ongoing commitment to manage and maintain key infrastructure assets, encompassing highway, drainage, street scene and local amenities.