27 Aug, 10:35
As the Scarlets prepare for their first home game of 2014-15 against Glocuester this Saturday, 30th August, head coach Wayne Pivac has stressed the importance of the local community to the players and the region as a whole.
There's lots to see and even more to do at BBC Cymru Wales's Roadshow which rolls into Parc y Scarlets on Sunday, July 3.
Dates & Times
10am - 4.30pm
Delme Thomas Centre, Parc y Scarlets
Free of charge
Many of your favourite faces from BBC Cymru Wales TV and radio - including Derek Brockway, Lucy Owen and some of the cast from Pobol y Cwm will be on hand to share the tricks of their trade, and give you the chance to tackle reading the news, presenting the weather, or commentating on a sporting event yourself.
And some of the Scarlets themselves will be on hand to meet and greet supporters, and hear some of your treasured memories as the club approaches its 5,000th rugby game.
With the new series of Doctor Who in full swing, you can see some of the work that goes into creating a monster and try out some of The Doctor's adventure games online.
And there's time to catch up with some old Llanelli archive from the BBC vaults, and learn more about the history of the local area, as well as looking to the future by commenting on some of Llanelli's five new big developments including a new theatre and the regeneration of Llanelly House.
Whether it's taking part in a radio drama, learning about forensic science with the Wales-based Crimewatch team or just listening to Owen Money, Hywel Gwynfryn and Magi Dodd - all broadcasting live from the event, there's something for everyone at the BBC Cymru Wales Roadshow.
Entry is free, so come and join us for a whole host of fun between 10am-4.30pm on Sunday, July 3, at the Delme Thomas Centre, Parc y Scarlets.