Medal query answers and heirloom

9:10am Thursday 18th September 2014

RE: Mystery over silver sailing medal deepens, Western Telegraph, September 3.

Great show by the people of Pembs

9:04am Thursday 18th September 2014

RE: The man in charge of Ironman Wales saying they have no plans to move the event from Tenby - readers have their say on our Facebook page: MAUDIE HUGHES said: “Great to hear! The comments from the athletes as they came through Carew on the bike, thanking spectators for their support were great to hear. One competitor said the crowds here are the best and it makes such a difference to them as they compete. Great show Pembrokeshire people!”

Tax help for older readers

9:02am Thursday 18th September 2014

MAY I ask that you advise your ‘older’ readers that as a registered charity we offer free professional help and advice to those with income tax queries or problems.

Cynllunio am well ddyfodol

9:01am Thursday 18th September 2014

MAE ble cawn ni fyw yn rhywbeth sydd yn berthnasol i bawb, ac yn fater pryder i nifer o bobl am amryw resymau.

Build county better future

9:00am Thursday 18th September 2014

OVER the past year we have seen several changes in all aspects of economic and personal lives that have seen a creeping cancer working its way through.

Hospital's inadequate parking

9:00am Thursday 18th September 2014

I HAVE decided to ‘host’ a campaign to publicise the woefully inadequate parking at Glangwili Hospital.

Stunning situation as plan was first refused

9:20am Thursday 11th September 2014

MY WIFE and I are stunned that one planning inspector in Cardiff (Kay Sheffield) has the power to over-turn a decision that has been made and endorsed by the community council, the Local Planning Authority, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority and the overwhelming majority of the residents of the affected area (Sardis, Hill Mountain and Ashdale Lane).

Praise for floral town

9:19am Thursday 11th September 2014

WE are always reading letters criticising the dilapidated state of Haverfordwest, so may I for once give praise - for the wonderful flower arrangements around the bus station every year which are kept looking fresh all summer - diolch yn fawr. Also thank you to Eric Feetham and his helpers who do such a grand job for us here in Narberth.

Obvious it happens

9:18am Thursday 11th September 2014

DAVE Haskell (Letters, September 3) questions the capability of our local electricity networks to handle power generated by renewable energy schemes; he insists that they have only been designed and constructed for distribution “and not for the input from solar panels and, most worrying of all, from … wind generators.” He goes on, “one trusts that all large solar parks and wind farms are connected directly to the National Grid and not the local network.”

Generating comments

9:17am Thursday 11th September 2014

THE National Grid was set up to spread power across the UK and to guarantee security of supply. Generators bid to supply power, those who supply the base load and those who are contracted as standby generators. There is a market where the generators bid to supply the power, the lowest bidders then generate electricity for a given period.

Support your local traders

9:16am Thursday 11th September 2014

I READ with interest the letter from Helen Osman in your issue of September 3.

For peace and justice

9:15am Thursday 11th September 2014

ON behalf of a group of concerned persons, who held a ‘Vigil for Peace’ on the Guild Hall steps Cardigan on August 30, may I say a big thank you to all those individuals and groups who joined us, and signed petitions. It is most heartening to know that there are other people concerned at the reckless destruction, in the wake of the Military Industrial Complex that the ex-US President Eisenhower specificity warned us all against.

Obituaries for September 3 2014

12:42pm Wednesday 3rd September 2014

Daniel John Roch; Mrs B A Marsh; Mrs E M James; Mr K R Page; Mrs I M Edwards.

A number of points to make..

12:39pm Wednesday 3rd September 2014

I WRITE having just arrived back in the UK, and seen last week’s (August 27) edition of the Telegraph, and wonder if a letter might get published that seeks to address different matters at once....not in any order of importance, merely in order of presentation on page 64 of the above issue...

It is bound to end in tears

12:39pm Wednesday 3rd September 2014

WITH the advent of more and more solar panels plus the growing number of wind generators being connected to the local electricity network I fear the incidents of overloading will undoubtedly increase, resulting in possible brownouts and in the worse case power blackouts – especially in the more rural areas - have you had a power cut lately dear reader, and if so, have you been informed of the actual cause?

The view down under

12:38pm Wednesday 3rd September 2014

I WISH to congratulate you on the new web page: it is well set, clean, and visually most attractive.

A county that's going backwards

12:36pm Wednesday 3rd September 2014

WHEN I first started as a Local Government Officer more than 40 years ago, it was emphasized to me that you were employed to serve the local public, after all they were the ones paying your salary.

Who should you blame?

12:35pm Wednesday 3rd September 2014

RE: Pembrokeshire County Council.

Dying shame for a once bustling town high street

12:32pm Wednesday 3rd September 2014

I AM an old Pembrokeshire girl, ex Taskers living in London.

Age Positive

12:13pm Friday 29th August 2014

AGE Cymru is Wales’s largest charity for older people.

Royal Navy reunion

12:12pm Friday 29th August 2014

THANK you again local newspapers, like this one, for printing my letters about reuniting those who have served together in the Royal Navy.

Walks were great success

12:10pm Friday 29th August 2014

REPLY to Julia Benson from West Williamston concerning Haverfordwest Ghost Walks:-Thank you for commenting on the history walks organised by the historian and author Mark Muller and the costumier Sophie Dobson.

Enough dragging county through the mud

12:05pm Friday 29th August 2014

I COMMENT on the latest shenanigans of the Pembrokeshire County Council against a background of a lifetime associated with Local Government in this county.

Why such an outcry over change?

12:03pm Friday 29th August 2014

WHY does there seem to be such a public outcry against the development of a multiplex cinema in the Milford Marina (although perhaps it emanates from a small minority, I must suggest).

Future of the enterprise zone is in good hands

1:44pm Thursday 21st August 2014

SINCE my last report as chairman of the Milford Haven Enterprise Zone, I have been privileged to be asked to join the Government as a whip in the Lords. I am delighted, of course.

They serve the public

1:43pm Thursday 21st August 2014

THE net kept on tightening and [Bryn Parry-Jones] has now finally - at long last - been forced to spend some quality time in his garden.

Reunion Call

1:41pm Thursday 21st August 2014

CALLING all RNAS Brawdy/849 NAS veterans.

Rubbish is a disgrace

1:41pm Thursday 21st August 2014

WHEN I originally heard about an up to date health centre was coming to the Manchester Square in Milford Haven with everything under one roof including Robert Street and Barlow House surgeries, I thought great it’s been a long time overdue.

Essential to have public health and education

1:40pm Thursday 21st August 2014

PEOPLE in this country are rightly proud of the NHS, and many are angry at the creeping privatisation now being introduced.

Stop the trade deal

1:39pm Thursday 21st August 2014

DAVID Cameron likes to portray himself as defender of British sovereignty in dealings with the EU. But at the same time, he is pushing for a trade deal between the EU and the US which hands our sovereignty over to multinational companies.

Buy local as often as you can

1:38pm Thursday 21st August 2014

AS A local dairy farmer, the recent news that the UK government has pledged to procure more local food is welcoming news indeed.

Square world

1:46pm Friday 15th August 2014

I RECENTLY heard a well guided professor on not his family but family life today.

More praise

1:45pm Friday 15th August 2014

I WAS interested to read the recent article and correspondence concerning Mr Otumeluke Umughele, consultant surgeon at Withybush hospital. Last year I was diagnosed with bowel cancer and placed under Mr Umughele’s care.

Local group

1:43pm Friday 15th August 2014

I HAVE just read with much interest you article ‘Town delves into colourful past’ with accompanying photos.

Planning challenges

1:39pm Friday 15th August 2014

I WISH to express my grave concern about the proposed expansion at Velindre Farm.

No, not here

1:38pm Friday 15th August 2014

WHILST fully appreciating the view that it is ‘farming country’, on Pencaer peninsular, you have to accept it is also tourist country, especially inside the National Park.

Charges alarm

1:37pm Friday 15th August 2014

AS A user of a Piper Lifeline/ Community alarm I was recently sent a Questionnaire asking for comments on the proposed raising of the weekly charge , by Angela Westwood, Head of Pembrokeshire Adult Care Until about a year ago the 3 monthly charge was £16.25, Without any notification this was raised to £17 55 every 3 months, now it is proposed to raise this to £28.34every 3 months Firstly it would be very interesting to learn the cost of this exercise!

Bad timing

11:48am Tuesday 12th August 2014

Re: Major traffic works at Churnworks Roundabout, Haverfordwest.

Peace event

11:47am Tuesday 12th August 2014

RE: Lighting up Pembrokeshire on Hiroshima Day.

Caring man

11:46am Tuesday 12th August 2014

I WAS very surprised to read in your paper about Mr Otumeluke Umughele consultant surgeon at Withybush Hospital.

Think of what could happen

11:46am Tuesday 12th August 2014

I REPLY to last week’s article about Dale’s controversial traffic plan.

Wrong plan is refused

11:44am Tuesday 12th August 2014

RE: Roundhouse planning permission refused.

Pay it back

11:43am Tuesday 12th August 2014

WHAT is going on at County Hall? All Bryn Parry-Jones et. al. has to do with the disputed £45,000 is give it back from whence it came i.e. to the people of Pembrokeshire and issue a statement or apology so that we can all move on.

How friendly are we?

11:42am Tuesday 12th August 2014

In the last few weeks we have been inundated with publicity about the Commonwealth Games. We have watched with bated breath as the “Queen’s” baton has been carried through all the nations of the Commonwealth, virtually encircling the globe as it went, and we have watched as all the nations of the Commonwealth family have competed together in Glasgow, in what is referred to as the “friendly” games.

On boarders we all have a problem

11:41am Tuesday 12th August 2014

I HAVE been following SWAT (Save Withybush Action Team) and the debate about the special baby unit closures at Withybush Hospital, Haverfordwest, but we need to realise that if we live on the borders of the three counties we all have a problem.

Health board decision

11:40am Tuesday 12th August 2014

IT WAS only a matter of time before a senior officer of Hywel Dda University Health Board tried to deflect blame for closing Withybush Obstetric Unit and SCBU from itself to Royal Colleges and clinicians ( Bernadine Rees, ‘£300K cost of judicial review’, Western Telegraph, July 30).

Port changes

11:13am Thursday 31st July 2014

MILFORD Haven Port Authority are very proud of their master plan regeneration for Milford Docks and I am sure that most of it will be very pretty and an asset to the town. But I ask, at what cost?

An appeal for help

11:12am Thursday 31st July 2014

IN December 1915 the armed trawler HMS Fulmar left Falmouth for the Mediterranean theatre with a crew of 16, all but one of whom were never to see their homeland again.

Message of hope praise

12:16pm Friday 25th July 2014

THE Haven Hope Mission Week ended last Sunday and what a week it was. There were many testimonials of individuals who found Jesus in the most unlikely places.

Shocking idea for our health

12:15pm Friday 25th July 2014

RE Saving Withybush’s essential services, anyone would think, reading some recent letters [and comments], that NHS Wales has no relation to NHS England at all and also that accusations of political ‘sophistry’ or ‘bandwagoning’ by one party’s prospective election candidates isn’t practised by other party candidates or present sitting AMs and MPs.

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