CARMS

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CARMSCarmarthenshire (Welsh County)
CARMSCanadian Resident Matching Service
CARMSClub Auto Rétro des Monts du Soir (French automobile club)
CARMSCanadian Residency Matching System
CARMSCredit and Accounts Receivable Management System (Infor Global Solutions)
CARMSCommunity Automated Resource Management System
CARMSComputer-Assisted Retrieval Microform System
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Carmarthenshire Council leader Emlyn Dole said it was a great day for the county, adding: "I have underlined on so many occasions our commitment to make Carmarthenshire the cycling centre of Wales and to be here announcing the Tour of Britain will start here is great news for us in Carmartenshire, the tour and Wales too.
The company recently entered into a collaboration agreement, having come through a competitive procurement process, with Carmarthenshire Council and Swansea University.
"We would like to apologise for any inconvenience this reduction in car parking spaces may have over the coming year," said councillor Hazel Evans, executive board member for transport at Carmarthenshire Council.
Carmarthenshire Bird Club and other organisations organise field trips to Pembrey Burrows and there will not be adequate parking for these visits.
Mick Bennett, organiser of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain, said he was delighted to be able to announce Carmarthenshire as the starting-point of the event which will make its way around the UK, ending on September 9.
Projects such as this in Pendine will give people compelling reasons to visit Wales and I look forward to plans coming to fruition - this will be a major boost for Carmarthenshire and south west Wales."
Carmarthenshire branch secretary chairman Mark Evans said: "We will see more work-related stress cases, with people being expected to do their own work and that of others who have lost their jobs."
LUCKY pupils from a Carmarthenshire school learnt how the Carmarthenshire Cheese Company makes its cheese during a visit to Cowpots restaurant in Whitland, where they were also shown how cheese is a vital ingredient in Cowpots' pizzas and how its ice-cream is made on-site.