A VISITOR centre has been forced to close after it was broken into on Monday night.

Longwood Community Woodland has been forced to close its doors until further notice following the break in, with people being asked to keep an ear out for anyone selling cheap tools.

In a statement on Facebook, Longwood Community Woodland said: "Sadly the visitor centre and saw mill was broken into last night so it is closed to the public till further notice.

"Also can you listen out for anyone selling cheap tools like chainsaws or anything similar.

"If anyone knows what happened or suspects who did it please get in touch with either ourselves or the police."

The centre is asking people to be on the lookout for anyone selling cheap tools (Longwood Community Woodland)

Dyfed-Powys Police says a number of items including money, tools and battery power banks were stolen from Long Wood Community Woodland visitor centre near Lampeter.

Anyone with information that could help officers with their investigation is asked to report it to Dyfed-Powys Police by calling 101 and quoting reference DP-20240319-058.

Longwood Community Woodland is a 325-acre area of mixed woodland habitat types located near Lampeter.

Longwood is entirely owned by the community and is managed as a limited company on a not for profit basis. All profits are used to improve the community leisure resource.