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The Old Pennar School site, at Pembroke Dock’s Treowen Road, is to be demolished to build 15 homes despite local concerns.  (36659181)

Contentious school demolition plans get go-ahead

First & Last Rock 'n Rollers' hospital donation

Volunteers at Pembroke's Tenovus Cancer Care shop have recently celebrated the Main Street shop's 21st birthday, raising £200 for the charity on the day. (36537119)

Milestone birthday for Pembroke Tenovus branch

Keep your eyes peeled for unusual pigeons roosting in Haverfordwest. PICTURE: (S) (36198004)

Have pigeons taken your fancy?

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Members of the 3 Amigos are pictured presenting a cheque to Blood Bikes Wales, using funds raised from the group's recent summer ralley at Carew. Pic: Powerpix Photography. (36430790)

3 Amigos motorcycle rally funds helps local charities

A bagpiper and 12 standards led the parade through Saundersfoot.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography
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VJ Day commemorated in Saundersfoot

Safety calls have been made following the third death in the mill pond area of Pembroke. (36159377)

Mill Pond bridge safety netting calls rejected

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John Roach, one of the musicians who features on the Black Diamond track. PICTURE: Sharron Harris  (36389868)

Diamonds are for river as sonic artwork takes to the Cleddau

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Pembroke Dock Royal Engineers Association President and Trustee Dennis Taylor is pictured presenting a £2,000 donation to Pennar Community Hall Chairman Councillor Tony Wilcox, following recent vandalism at the hall. Pic: Martin Cavaney. (36215264)

Royal Engineers come to rescue of vandal-struck hall

RNLI Angle crew members who welcomed visitors to the station’s recent open day are included in the group. Pictured, from left are, back row: David Jones, Martyn Brock, Adam Stringer, Lenny Howells, David Richards, Elaine Richards, partner of crew member

Open day success for RNLI Angle

Pembroke Town Council, based at Pembroke Town Hall, Main Street. (36207778)

Vandals placing lives at risk by throwing life rings in Mill Pond

Pictured are Lyn Neville, Charity Coordinator- Pembrokeshire Cancer Support with Lynette Fenwick, External Affairs and Facilities coordinator (acting) Dragon LNG. (35790845)

Dragon LNG donation for Pembrokeshire Cancer Support

Previous fun days in memory of Maisie have been a great success

Family Fun Day for Maisie Moo

Members of Pembroke Dock WI are pictured at last Saturday's Pater Hall breakfast event to mark VJ Day. Pic: Martin Cavaney. (35316315)

VJ Day commemorated with Big Band, Swing, and a decent breakfast

Syndey Vickery, Lola the Labrador and her relieved owners, who gave a generous on-the-spot donation to the RNLI charity. PICTURE: RNLI (35189610)

Lucky Lola rescued by Tenby RNLI after island swim bid

Amongst those pictured before the Pembroke Castle abseil are Pembroke Mayor Pauline Waters, Pembroke Dock Mayor Peter Kraus, Pembroke Town Crier Rose Blackburn, Pembroke councillor Aden Brinn, Dana Rixon, and members of the 14th Signal Regiment, Electroni

Pembroke's fundraising abseil for Welsh Guards

Valli the elephant looks on as the Goscar Oscar trophy is presented to Elliot Muir of Skanda Vale by Tenby Sea Swimming Association's Ray Lowe, Nicole Evans and Barbara Priest. (34408776)

Elephant size donation for Skanda Vale

Pembroke Town Council is to launch a petition calling for a roundabout at the Fingerpost accident blackspot. Pic: Martin Cavaney. (35159100)

Fingerpost accident blackspot petition to be launched

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Pembrokeshire Communities First officer Jo Brookman Lloyd is pictured with Bev, Steve and Dennis from Pembroke Dock Men’s Shed at the Treasure pop-up shop in Pembroke Dock’s Dimond Street. PICTURE: Martin Carvaney. (35212209)

There's Treasure in Pembroke Dock sheds

Nichola Brewer and shop assistant Jordan Smith outside Brewers Army Surplus store with Councillor Morse, Council Chairman Wynne Evans and the Council’s Head of Property, Barry Cooke.
 
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First market stall relocates in face of council library plans

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Last Saturday’s Pembroke River Rally drew the crowds on a glorious summer day. Pic: Martin Cavaney. (34689103)

A flotilla of boats and abseiling mayors at Pembroke River Rally

Helping history to live on by bringing back the name of London House to her business is Stephanie Smith, pictured with Pembrokeshire County Council cabinet member Councillor Rob Lewis. (34407528)

Historic building name reinstated for Narberth business

Haverfordwest Magistrates Court (34909728)

Drunk birthday boy spat at officers after show arrest

Pembroke Town Council has objected to plans for 100 homes on the edge of the town on road safety grounds. (34693167)

100 home plan gets thumbs down from council over "grave" road safety concerns

Pictured are the winning Atlantic Trophy golf tournament team of David Harries, with Eric Mock presenting, Danny Overend, and Wayne Hancock. Pic: Martin Cavaney. (34661237)

Pembroke Dock team triumphs at Freemasons golf day

Last Saturday’s Pembroke River Rally drew the crowds on a glorious summer day. Pic: Martin Cavaney. (34689092)

A flotilla of boats and abseiling mayors at Pembroke River Rally

Pembroke Amateur Boxing Club hopes to be based at St Andrews Chapel in Pembroke Dock’s Bush Street. Pic: Martin Cavaney. (34629832)

Spanner in works for boxing club move

Trafalgar Road Park Project founder and Fete organiser Nerys Butland working her face painting magic on ten-year-old Courtney Smith. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (34604574)

Community Fete a great success

Gail Jones, Kirsty Deluca, Steffani Hosker and Greg Mott. PICTURE: (S)   (34105438)

Women to walk 50 miles for Greg

Four-year-old Alex Wilson Latham is pictured in full Civil War uniform at Lamphey Bishops Palace with dad Nicholas Wilson, Kat Bevan and Trevor Goodman. Pic: Martin Cavaney. (34433065)

A taste of gunpowder at Lamphey civil war re-enactment

Pictured at the opening of the museum at the former Hancocks ship yard, are, from left: Pembroke Dock Mayor Peter Kraus, Brian King, Sara Andrew of the Milford Haven Port Authority, and David James, secretary of the West Wales Maritime Heritage Society. (

Historic Hancocks maritime museum opens after hard toil

Saundersfoot in Bloom prize-winners are pictured with Clr. Phil Baker; Saundersfoot in Bloom chairman, Keith Williams, president, Duncan Hilling, vice-chairman Joan Allen and secretary Rosemary Hayes. 
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography
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Saundersfoot in Bloom celebrations

Dylan is opening a one-day Lemon Cafe to raise money for WaterAid. PICTURE: (S) (34062983)

Dylan's zest for raising funds

Pembroke Rotary Club's Fairy Queen entertains the youngsters at a recent family fun day at Manorbier Castle. (34391333)

Rotary family fun event draws the crowds to castle

100-year-old Dorothy Mathias, sitting, is pictured receiving her certificate of 62 years of loyal service during her milestone birthday celebrations from members of Pembroke Townswomans Guild South West Wales Chairlady Anne Sillick. (33989379)

Milestone birthday sees special award for loyal Guild service

Peter Baker is pictured  being presented with the trophy for Best Restored Classic by Mayor Peter Kraus. Pic: Martin Cavaney. (33986722)

Classic cars, humble and exotic, at Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre

Quins Carnival float winners The First & Last brought a little Rock 'n Roll to the the carnival. Pic: Martin Cavaney. (33984937)

2015 Quins Carnival 'best ever' despite the rain

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The People's NHS Wales lined Priory Avenue and other street in Haverfordwest with anti-TTIP placards. PICTURE: (S)  (33990018)

TTIP protest takes to the streets

Joan Evans from Pembroke is pictured enjoying her ‘Mini’ 100th birthday celebration at Neyland Athletic Club. Pic: Martin Cavaney. (33929870)

More than a 'Mini' celebration for 100th birthday girl Joan

Plans for the new school (top) which will merge Hubberston VC and 
Hakin Community schools, have not been backed by Milford Haven Town Council. (33793050)

Super school fails to win council over

Dorothy and Francis Golden (left) present with Folena family with the £1000 cheque. PICTURE: Western Telegraph  (33793914)

Golden couple's anniversary donation

'Irondad' Oliver Simon cuts the ribbon to officially open the new Early Years playground at St Teilo's School, alongside the Friends of St Teilo's chairman and vice chairman, Nicole Ferguson and Marie Rixon. (33364664)

St Teilo's School ready for extra play in new term

Councillor Tony Wilcox surveys the vandalism damage at Pennar Hall. Pic: Martin Cavaney. (33732465)

£100 reward to 'shop' Pennar hall vandals

The West Wales Maritime Heritage Society organises the Pembroke river rally each year to exercise the mayor’s right to navigate the Pembroke River. PICTURE: Martin Cavaney. (33730114)

River rally promises Minions, Daleks, and abseiling mayors

Two people were taken to hospital following a crash at the A477 Fingerpost junction less than 24 hours after a call was made for improved road safety by a Pembroke councillor. Pic: Martin Cavaney. (33311560)

Two hospitalised at Fingerpost crash just 24 hours after safety plea

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Carnival King Tyler Rees and Carnival Queen Caitlin Edwards. PICTURE: Linda Reohorn (33293287)

Fantastic turn out for family fun at the Havens Carnival

Evelyn Thomas, 8, launched the Heritage Llangwm trilingual website recently. PICTURE: (S) (32857646)

Llangwm pushing language barrier with trilingual website

Pembroke Rotary Club member Patryk Borajkiewicz, pictured on his Harley Davidson V-rod motorcycle, is taking part in an epic 5,100 mile charity motorcycle ride to Siberia. Pic: Modern Print (32972281)

Pembroke Rotarian's epic Siberia charity motorcycle ride

Jane Mills presenting the cheques to June Rowlands and Graham Johnson. PICTURE: (S)
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War opera helps heroes

Making a Difference at Narberth pool are volunteers from Lloyds Banking Group. (31843556)

Facelift for Narberth pool

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