at a Welsh park have been reinstalled after being taken out for refurbishment.
The gates of Penlan Park, in Llandeilo, have been absent for several years, the South Wales Guardian reports.
And thanks to cash from the county council, conservation group Tywi a River Through Time and Llandeilo town council, the gates are now back in place.
Ian Thomas, Carmarthenshire County Council's conservation manager, told the newspaper: "The scheme for the refurbishment of the pillars and gates at the entrance to Penlan Park was undertaken as a part of a joint partnership - they are Grade II listed buildings."
Recently, a set of Glasgow residents were given planning permission to install metal gates
at the back of their homes after complaining of being plagued by anti-social behaviour stemming from one of the city's hotels.