CCTV image issued in connection with forgery offence in Neyland

Western Telegraph:

11:44am Thursday 18th September 2014

DO you know the woman pictured above?

New swimming pool part of ambitious St Davids plans

6:41pm Thursday 18th September 2014

A PUBLIC meeting will be held next month to talk about the possibility of building affordable homes and a new swimming pool in St Davids.

Another great year for Neyland Ladies Choir

Western Telegraph: DIAMOND PAIR: Outgoing chairlady Trish Campodonic being presented with the Waterford Crystal Bowl by new chairlady Noreen Hadfield. (10527721)

5:00pm Thursday 18th September 2014

NEYLAND Ladies' Choir held its AGM on September 3, and the following officers were elected for the coming year: chairlady Noreen Hadfield, secretary Joan Leckie, treasurer Sheila Griffiths.

All change at community cafe

Western Telegraph: FOND FAREWELL: Tracey Whistance is presented with gifts from the volunteers at Transition Cafe.

3:45pm Thursday 18th September 2014

VOLUNTEERS at Transition Cafe in Fishguard said a tearful goodbye to their co-ordinator earlier this month.

Home inspires carer's charity skydive

Western Telegraph: WILD RIDE: Amy Nutton, 21, was inspired by her work as a carer to do a charity skydive. (10522213)

3:43pm Thursday 18th September 2014

A CARER at a Johnston nursing home has taken a leap of faith to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society.

Final cruise ship of season drops anchor in Milford Haven

Western Telegraph:

3:42pm Thursday 18th September 2014

THE final cruise shop of the season will sail into dock on dock on Tuesday marking the end of a busy season in Milford Haven.

Hymns inspired by the county

Western Telegraph:

3:12pm Thursday 18th September 2014

A CHRISTIAN singer/songwriter inspired by Pembrokeshire has produced a new booklet of her hymn and gospel songs.

Man found slumped in car had taken his own life

Western Telegraph:

2:50pm Thursday 18th September 2014

A MAN found slumped in his car in the Blackbridge area of Milford Haven had taken his own life, Pembrokeshire Coroner’s Court heard today (Thursday).

Questions raised over Cabinet's performance

1:48pm Thursday 18th September 2014

A DEBATE over the definition of a role in Pembrokeshire County Council’s cabinet led to wider questions over how cabinet members’ performance is monitored by the authority.

Open day for new British Red Cross volunteers

12:31pm Thursday 18th September 2014

THE British Red Cross is holding an open event next month for anyone interested in volunteering with the charity.

Pembroke Dock grants controversy: no assurance that work paid for has been completed as required, report finds

Western Telegraph:

10:01am Thursday 18th September 2014

A REVIEW of the management of a grant scheme and its controversial funding of a property in Pembroke Dock found that there were instances of ‘non-compliance’ and assurance cannot be given that all work was completed to specification.

An exhibition by the late Royston Hopson - 'the man who loved to paint.'

Western Telegraph: COLOURFUL CHARACTER: Royston Hopson called Fishguard home for 54 years.

5:02pm Thursday 18th September 2014

THE work of a late, great Fishguard artist will feature in a special exhibition at Fishguard Town Hall next month.

Council to review harbours ownership

6:31pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

COUNTY councillors will have a chance to comment on a draft ‘vision’ for harbour services in Fishguard Lower Town and Tenby at a meeting in County Hall on Thursday (September 18).

Drink-drive arrest after pedestrians struck by car in St Davids

Western Telegraph:

3:52pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

A man has been arrested following a frightening incident in St Davids in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Public meeting over schools shake-up

Western Telegraph:

3:14pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

POTENTIAL school closures are an option from a review of education provision around the Angle Peninsula and will be discussed at a public meeting next month.

Joshua, 4, thanks Children's Hospital for Wales with fundraising walk

Western Telegraph:

12:22pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

A four-year-old boy and his family will be striding out on a fund-raising walk on Sunday in thanks for the care he received at the Children’s Hospital for Wales.

Vintage run on track to making thousands for charity

Western Telegraph: TAKE A BREAK: The 66 entrants enjoyed a pit stop at the Cresselly Arms. PICTURE: Cresselly Arms  (10380939)

5:36pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

A SOUTH Pembrokeshire tractor run, started in memory of a local farmer, has now raised more than £8,500 for local charities.

Green light given to solar farm plans

4:07pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

COUNCILLORS were unanimous in approving plans for a 16 hectare solar park in Pembroke last week.

Commissioner to hear Milford's views

Western Telegraph: LISTENING: Police and Crime Commissioner Chris Salmon on a previous visit to the county. (10395319)

1:32pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

YOUTH workers and school students will be among the Milford Haven people visited by Police and Crime Commissioner Christopher Salmon on September 19.

New year for ladies' choir

1:08pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

NEYLAND Ladies' Choir held its AGM on September 3, and the following officers were elected for the coming year: chairlady Noreen Hadfield, secretary Joan Leckie, treasurer Sheila Griffiths.

Have a say on the future of Newport's library and visitor services

9:51am Tuesday 16th September 2014

RESIDENTS in Newport are being asked to play a role in determining future options for the town’s library and visitor information centre.

Sea conditions scupper plans to honour war hero

Western Telegraph: Disappointment: Caldey service went ahead without Tenby Royal British Legion members who included Dennis Goldsworthy, chairman of the Pembrokeshire branch of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers Comrades Association; Poppy Appeal organiser, Ross (correct) Morris; ch

8:52am Tuesday 16th September 2014

SEA conditions on Saturday intervened in plans for an island ceremony in Pembrokeshire to commemorate a war hero.

Castlemorris wind turbine appeals dismissed

9:13am Tuesday 16th September 2014

PLANNING appeals into erecting two wind turbines near Castlemorris have been dismissed.

Health minister full of praise for Crymych's new care facility

Western Telegraph: OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Bro Preseli, Family Housing’s £9m facility, officially opened last month.PICTURE: Western Telegraph (10304422)

3:24pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

CRYMYCH’S new health centre was praised by the Health Minister Mark Drakeford during a visit on Tuesday, September 9.

Window cleaner wins photography award

Western Telegraph: Holly through the window. (10266794)

10:13am Tuesday 16th September 2014

WINDOW cleaner and amateur photographer Carl Welsby of Crymych has struck lucky with his photo of the family cat, collecting £500 as overall winner of International Cat Care’s competition for 2015 calendar photographs.

Rhod gets his sea legs in new series

11:09am Tuesday 16th September 2014

CARMARTHEN-born comedian Rhod Gilbert is once again ditching his regular job as a stand-up comedian and trying something completely different.

40,000 fans and a £4m boost to the Pembrokeshire economy - Ironman Wales 2014's huge success

Western Telegraph:

5:43pm Monday 15th September 2014

Pembrokeshire has received a £4m economic boost from the Ironman Wales weekend, tourism chiefs have estimated.

Help village get its "heart" back

Western Telegraph: HELP SAVE OUR HALL: Barrie Griffiths, Roy Lewis, Jacqueline James, David and Isaac Moore and the Bradburys hope you will vote for Treffgarne Village Hall. PICTURE: Western Telegraph  (10383753)

6:34pm Monday 15th September 2014

A VILLAGE is asking the public for help in getting its “heart” back.

Hundreds of Pembrokeshire stillborn babies to be remembered

Western Telegraph: FITTING MEMORIAL: Councillor Huw George, Cabinet Member for Environmental and Regulatory Services, and Pat James at the Memorial in City Road Cemetery. (10359277)

4:55pm Monday 15th September 2014

HUNDREDS of Pembrokeshire stillborn babies, who now lie in unmarked graves, have been given a permanent memorial.

AM praises local family support service

1:28pm Monday 15th September 2014

LOCAL Assembly Member Paul Davies recently paid a visit to Jig-So outreach session in St Dogmaels to hear more about the support services available to local families.

Pembrokeshire nurse being denied £70,000 cancer treatment

Western Telegraph:

1:06pm Monday 15th September 2014

A Pembrokeshire nurse is being refused treatment for her cancer - because NHS chiefs in Wales won't pay for her treatment in England.

British Empire Medal pride for Pembrokeshire trio

Western Telegraph: Frank Harries, Doreen Hammersley and John Evans are pictured at County Hall with the Lord Lieutenant, The Hon Robin Lewis (right) and the Chairman of Pembrokeshire County Council, Councillor Tom Richards (left). (10342501)

10:36am Monday 15th September 2014

THREE Pembrokeshire residents have been presented with their British Empire Medals.

Car 'totally destroyed' by fire

Western Telegraph: ENGULFED: The car was destroyed in Friday night's fire.PICTURE: Martin Cavaney

12:13pm Monday 15th September 2014

FIREFIGHTERS were helpless in preventing a car from being destroyed by fire on Friday night (September 12).

Disabled horse riding group needs your vote

Western Telegraph: HANDS ON: A picture from the end of term, when riders had the opportunity to learn about grooming, tack and handling ponies.

11:23am Monday 15th September 2014

A HORSE riding group for the disabled is asking for the public’s support after being shortlisted for a community grants scheme.

Ironman Wales 2014 as it happened

Western Telegraph:

7:25am Sunday 14th September 2014

Live updates of the 2014 Ironman Wales event in Tenby as it happened.

Not just any barbecue at Point Youth Club

Western Telegraph: WHERE THE BBQ BEGINS: Charcoal making with National Park  Ranger Richard Vaughan and members of the Point Youth Club in Fishguard. (10292671)

12:04pm Sunday 14th September 2014

YOUNG people from Fishguard have been getting a taste of the great outdoors this summer as part of a joint project with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.

Family remember hairdresser Frank with generous donations

Western Telegraph: Superb support: The grand total of £4,599 is presented to Ralph Rees of the Pembrokeshire Friends of Prostate Cymru, Helen Harries of Shalom House and Toni Dorkings of the Paul Sartori Foundation. They are pictured centre with Todaro’s directo

7:14am Sunday 14th September 2014

A PEMBROKESHIRE business family has donated nearly £4,600 to three charities which support local cancer patients.

Ironkids raise the curtain on Ironman Wales in Tenby

Western Telegraph:

8:17pm Saturday 13th September 2014

Hundreds of sporty youngsters took to the streets of Tenby this afternoon (Saturday) for Ironkids Wales - the curtain-raiser event for tomorrow’s massive Ironman Wales spectacular.

PATCH holds successful AGM

Western Telegraph: CHARITY CHOCOLATE: Mark Owen from the Wickedly Welsh Chocolate Company presents a cheque to PATCH co-ordinator Tracy Olin.

4:56pm Saturday 13th September 2014

PEMBROKESHIRE Action to Combat Hardship held its annual general meeting at the Wickedly Welsh Chocolate Company on Wednesday, September 10.

Committee vote to visit proposed slurry site

Western Telegraph: HAPPY COWS: The cows going back to their accommodation after milking. PIC: Western Telegraph. (9416686)

4:49pm Saturday 13th September 2014

MEMBERS of a National Park committee agreed to carry out a site visit before deciding on a farm’s ambitious extension plans.

Farm's turbine plans approved

4:41pm Saturday 13th September 2014

A FAMILY farm in Hundleton has won planning consent for a wind turbine to offset rising energy costs.

Council leader survives vote of no confidence

Western Telegraph: COUNCIL LEADER: Pembrokeshire County Council leader Cllr Jamie Adams. (10313208)

10:15am Saturday 13th September 2014

THE leader of Pembrokeshire County Council survived a vote of no confidence on the same day the chief executive was not so lucky.

New drop-in centre for Pembrokeshire veterans

Western Telegraph: DROP-IN CENTRE WILL SUPPORT VETERANS ON CIVVY STREET: Pictured are Dave Knight of Change Step (left) and Marc Woolcock of Wales CRC. PICTURE: Contributed (10261421)

10:13am Saturday 13th September 2014

ARMED Forces veterans will soon have a drop-in centre in Pembrokeshire to help them cope with the return to civvy street.

Tenant tells of shock after Pembroke property is devastated by serious fire

Western Telegraph:

1:53pm Friday 12th September 2014

A HOUSE in Pembroke has been devastated by fire, while a neighbouring property suffered severe damage.

UPDATED: Future of Pembrokeshire County Council chief exec Bryn Parry-Jones hangs by a thread after overwhelming vote of no confidence

Western Telegraph:

12:02pm Friday 12th September 2014

THE future of Bryn Parry-Jones as chief executive of Pembrokeshire County Council has been thrown into huge doubt today (Friday) after members voted overwhelmingly to endorse a vote of no confidence in him.

Loyal lottery player scoops super draw jackpot

Western Telegraph: LUCKY NUMBER: Malcolm Harts from Jeffreyston wins the Pembrokeshire Lottery's first super draw jackpot of £8,000.
PICTURE: Western Telegraph (10308365)

4:05pm Friday 12th September 2014

A LONG term supporter of the Pembrokeshire Lottery has scooped the first major jackpot.

Community cafe recognised for its 'inventive ideas and determination'

Western Telegraph: COOKING UP A STORM: Transition Cafe turns surplus ingredients into delicious meals.

1:13pm Friday 12th September 2014

TRANSITION Bro Gwaun has scooped an award from a national town and city regeneration charity.

Former Coleg Ceredigion student working for Damien Hirst

12:53pm Friday 12th September 2014

A FORMER Coleg Ceredigion art and design student has successfully secured a job with one of the world’s leading art figures.

AM campaigns for Lower Town bypass

Western Telegraph: Pictured from L-R are: Mrs Sturdgess, Local AM Paul Davies, Mr Sturdgess and town councillor Alex Allison.

11:52am Friday 12th September 2014

PLANS to build a bypass through Lower Town Fishguard will once again be raised at the National Assembly, thanks to local Assembly Member Paul Davies.

Sardis turbine appeal successful

9:38am Friday 12th September 2014

A PLANNING appeal to site a 34 metre wind turbine at Nash Mountain Farm in Sardis has been successful, despite strong local objection.

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