LITTLE BRITAIN stars will be invited to the Welsh village they made famous, for the unveiling of replacement signs - after fans stole the last set in the run-up to Christmas.
Locals say tourists have started flocking to Llanddewi Brefi since Daffyd, as it is spelt in the programme, became one of the most popular characters as the "only gay in the village". But three road signs were taken in December, possibly by rabid fans.
Now Dai Lloyd Evans, leader of Ceredigion County Council, says more should be done to boost the village's status, including inviting stars like Matt Lucas and David Walliams to unveil replacement signs.
DRIVERS face more misery on the M4 motorway over the next 12 months.
Maintenance work on the bottleneck Brynglas tunnels means they will be closed from 8pm to 6am until December 10.
The work was due to begin on Friday. A 40mph speed limit will be in force when the carriageway is closed.
It will mean either the eastbound or the westbound carriageway being closed and a contraflow operating on the open carriageway.
THOUSANDS of students will visit Llanelli's National Eisteddfod site in the summer for the biggest event staged there since the cultural festival of 2000.
Swansea Students' Union has booked the Festival Fields for the re-launch of its summer ball.
The 2002 event planned for Fairwood Common, near Swansea Airport, was cancelled.
Now up to 8,000 students are expected to attend on June 10 after Carmarthenshire County Council announced it is to spend £65,000 on improved infrastructure.