Election 2015: Polish migrants welcomed in Llanelli
You cannot failed to have noticed a difference over the last few years, if you go out onto the high streets, of our cities and major towns.
You can hear it in the different languages being spoken and in the food now for sale in the shops.
There has been an influx in people from eastern Europe who come to Wales, with new countries during the EU.
The issue of immigration has also been one of the hottest election topics.
In Llanelli, which has a Polish migrant population, we spoke to Father Artur Strzepka at his first mass in the town, as well as Zophia, who has been in south Wales for 48 years and Ewa and Krzysztof, who moved eight years ago.
21 Apr 2015