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Regimental Adjutant of the Welsh Guards, Colonel Tom Bonas is pictured receiving the rose bowl, gifted by Pembroke Town Council, from Pembroke Mayor Pauline Waters and Cllr Aden Brinn. (46843563)

Pembroke's rose bowl gift to Welsh Guards

St Govan's Shopping Centre tmporarily became a 'hopping centre' recently. Picture: Martin Cavaney. (46873256)

Shoppers amused by missing S

James Harrison-Allen is pictured at the Cresselly Arms, Cresswell Quay prior to his epic 18,000 mile charity ride to South Africa aboard his DR350 Suzuki motorcycle. (46857999)

Young motorcyclist's epic fundraising trip

Pictured, from left, are: John Mitchell, Monica Vanner, Leanne Donohoe, Mary Willington, Pat Mason, Dilys Hanmer, Glynnis Iles, Pam Maynard and Margaret Black. PICTURE: Martin Cavaney Photography. (46734522)

Macmillan coffee morning a hit at Heritage Centre

St David’s Church, Hundleton, which needs £5,000 to say open, is launching an appeal for funds. (46841139)

Village church needs £5,000 to stay open

Pictured left: 1 Armoured Medical Regiment on parade in Dempsey Barracks. Right: Pte Daniel Hunt. Pictures: Cpl Mark Webster RLC, Army photographer. (46748427)

Pennar Army driver settles in to new home

Left: Orange Class collected food for the Hedgehog Hogspital Nurses. Right: Beryl showed the hedgehog to the pupils. (46714944)

Golden Grove youngsters get a spiky visitor

Author Neil Spring is pictured next to the cover of his latest novel. PICTURES: (S) (46333941)

Novel will become TV series

Pictured at the park are (left to right) Cllr Jon Collier, Cllr Brian Griffiths, Jones Bros site engineer Ginny Jones and works manager Gareth Jones, Cllr Sue Murray, Cllr Adrian Griffiths and Cllr Chris Thomas. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (46382233)

Work starts on local park

Brothers Christian Holden and Father Marcus Holden are pictured (centre) on their film shoot, with cameraman Nick Curtis and co-presenter, Father Nicholas Schofield. (46226686)

Brothers' key role in Canterbury pilgrimage documentary

Fundraising youngster Elly Neville is pictured with her Pembrokeshire flag and 4coustic band members Chelsea, Simon, Jamie and Joe. (46259623)

Fundraising Elly 'crashes' gig

Donal Box and Pat Condron of Dragon Fish, the new smokery at Milford Fish Docks. PICTURE: (S) (46286279)

Fish smokery returns to Milford Docks

Tenby Sea Swimming Association treasurer Barbara Priest is presented with the Princes Gate sponsorship cheque from the company’s Juliana Morgans. (46118779)

Spring water company splashes out for Tenby swim

Royal British Legion and community representatives at the unveiling of the New Hedges memorial plaque.PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (46115903)

New memorial plaque unveiled in New Hedges

Eleanor Evans, who created the special display, is pictured with Volunteers from the Sunderland Trust team. Left to right: Steve Fletcher, Baz Clark and Steve Canton. PICTURE: Martin Cavaney Photography. (45998720)

Heritage centre's tribute to lost airmen

Heads were bowed and the Royal British Legion standard lowered during the two-minute silence. PICTURE Western Telegraph  (45841095)

Two minutes silence held at Haverfordwest War Memorial

Seen receiving the cheque for £1,065 on behalf of the Pembrokeshire MacMillan Cancer Support Committee is Monica Vanner, surgery staff Sarah Alford and Shona Hay, PPG members Eva Laughrne, Rose Blackburn and Chair of the PPG Dennis Evans.    (45441321)

Cake sale boosts cancer charity

The car crash in Narberth was captured on camera and put out on Twitter by Dyfed-Powys Police Roads Policing Unit. (45559179)

Court date follows Narberth crash

Pictured are Martin Blow and Glynnis Iles of the Sunderland Trust team alongside the medal display cabinet at the Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre. Picture: Peter Mitchell. (45449960)

Heritage centre's special medal display

The spectacular skeleton puppet dwarfed the shop fronts on Bridge Street. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (44673788)

PICTURE GALLERY: Magical 'River of Lights'

A giant skeleton will stalk the streets of Haverfordwest this Hallow'een PICTURE: (S) (43804970)

Spectacular skeleton to stalk the streets

Pembroke Dock Mayor Peter Kraus is pictured with members of Pembroke Dock Girl Guides following a talk on the role of town mayor. (44231683)

Mayor bombarded with questions after talk

Youngsters at Pembroke's Golden Grove School prepare to sing a Harvest Festival hymn. (43949185)

Golden Grove youngsters' Harvest Festival celebrations at St Mary's

Pictured are the children and staff of Golden Manor, with Pembroke Mayor Pauline Waters and Pembroke Dock Mayor Peter Kraus, enjoying the nursery’s forest school log circle. (44263574)

Eco-award for Pembroke nursery

Pictured, from left, are: President Diana Davies, Chairman Alan Yea SNAP teachers Helen (holding Brooklyn) and Miranda. Pic supplied by Richard Jones. (43942159)

Bowling club boost for special needs playgroup

Pembroke Dock Mayor Peter Kraus is pictured with the volunteer cleaners at last Thursday’s October 22 street clean, which met at the town’s Gordon Street car park, next to the ASDA store. (43679115)

Street clean volunteers praised by mayor

Getting into the Hallowe'en spirit for Saundersfoot's Big Bang weekend are Chamber for Tourism chairman Phil Odley (right) and members Emma MacMillan, Belinda Brett, Dilys Hackett, Paul Hancock and Michael Slade.PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (43880

Weekend will go with a bang

Pemboke Town Council. (43395173)

'People power needed on statue fundraising'

SAS members Paul Renfro and Jetske Germing, pictured at last year's Newgale beach clean. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (43469730)

Show how much you love the beach

Competition winners (pictured right) spotted the special mutli-coloured pigeons to win fantastic prizes from the Business Circle. PICTURE: (S)  (43417653)

Shoppers peck up their prizes

Heritage Centre Volunteer Peter Sherwood compares the limited edition print - entitled Partners Over Pembroke Dock - with the original Arthur Banks painting. PICTURE: Martin Cavaney Photography. (43083271)

Aviation art on display at Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre

Pictured are artist Toby Downing and volunteer Tangwen Roberts with two fish lanterns made for the parade. PICTURE: (S) (42405702)

Folk tale inspired lantern parade to illuminate town

Tanyard Youth Project ran the café and sold their own produce at Pembroke’s second Apple Day. (43054273)

Pembroke enjoys second Apple Day

Federation is the future for Templeton CP School, says Pembrokeshire County Council. PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (42782025)

Federation 'would sustain village school's future'

Tim's Runners - featuring Tim Mills (front left), next to girlfriend Rachel, brother Sam and in front of dad Aaron - who completed the Cardiff half marathon in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust Unit in Cardiff. (42830747)

Sportsman's family and friends raised £10,000 for cancer unit

Milford Haven's annual fireworks display is moving to a new location. PICTURE: File pic

Fireworks and music to light up marina this Bonfire Night

This picture was taken at last year's Pudding Run. Will you take part this year? PICTURE: Western Telegraph (42393086)

Pick up a pudding at 10k run

Eluned Gramich and the cover of 'Woman Who Brings the Rain', her memoir of living and working in Japan. PICTURE: (S)  (41925067)

Local writer's memoir wins award

Pictured, from left, are: Malcolm Powell, Derek Cole, Chris Bennett, and Peter Baker of The Classic Vehicle Show at Carew Castle.  (42443196)

Classic motor shows helps hospice at home charity

Pictured at the opening of Pembroke’s annual St Michaelmas Fair are: Abie Danter, president of the Showmen's Guild; Pembroke Mayor Pauline Waters, and Sean Waters.  (42387431)

Main Street came alive with town's annual St Michaelmas Fair

The Torch Theatre is one of two local companies to be nominated for its innovative marketing campaign behind ‘Grav’. (42046104)

Torch Theatre and Port of Milford Haven in final for all-Wales awards

Glan Phillips presents the cheque to June Rees, who is accompanied by Ralph Rees and Simon Moffet PFPC.  Representing "Coffi and Clonc" are Huw James, Roger Smith and Dai Davies. PICTURE: (S) (42383052)

Proud Welshmen raise charity cash

Pictured are members of Cosheston WI with Pembrokeshire Archives Manager Claire Orr during their visit.  (42311028)

Keen Cosheston WI historians visit county archives

Pembroke Dock Community School pupils are pictured celebrating the formation of the school’s first-ever sport council. (41938390)

New council gives pupils a voice on sport

The Pembs2Paris cyclists, pictured at the Eiffel Tower, raised a whopping £58,000 PICTURE: (S)  (41708658)

Cyclists' "awesome" charity donation

Pictured with the maquette of Henry VII are Pembroke councillor and town crier Rose Blackburn, Tony Riches, Mayor Pauline Waters, George Lewis, Terry Breverton, Cllr Linda Asman and Nathen Amin. (41709244)

A vision of Pembroke's own king revealed

Sean Bowen and Cudlic Verona. PICTURE: Fiona Crawford (41723868)

Young riders to race at Aintree

The Riverside Market traders, pictured with Cllr Tudor, want the public to know it's 'business as usual'. PICTURE: (S) (41720651)

'Business as usual' at Market

Tenby's mayor, Paul Rapi (seated, second right), town councillors Christine Brown and Tish Rossiter and Paul Morris of Steps2Health meet Pembrokeshire County Council's deputy leader, Keith Lewis and chief executive, Ian Westley at the Pembrokeshire County

Funding cuts the hot topic at Tenby meeting

Pictured with Pembroke Dock Mayor Peter Kraus are the walkers who took part in his fundraising charity walk at the Stackpole Estate in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society. (41683196)

Amazing turn-out for charity walk

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