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PATCH fundraisers help people in 'horrible situations of poverty'.

Western Telegraph: GRATEFULLY RECEIVED: Rachel and her partner Tom present PATCH a cheque for £2230.80.

3:26pm Thursday 31st July 2014

A CHEQUE for more than £2,000 was presented to Pembrokeshire Action To Combat Hardship last week.

Help solve medal mystery

Western Telegraph: DO YOU RECOGNISE THIS MEDAL?: Anyone with information regarding the mysterious 1925 Lord Lieutenant's Cup is asked to contact reporter Jenny Hanson. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (8548509)

3:18pm Thursday 31st July 2014

TWO friends from Neyland are keen to find out the origins of a solid silver sailing medal dating from the 1920s.

Historical hall celebrates cash windfall

Western Telegraph: CASH WINDFALL: Llanrhian Church Community Hall as been awarded a grant of £2,743 to undergo improvements.

2:32pm Thursday 31st July 2014

THE small north Pembrokeshire community of Llanrhian is celebrating a cash boost from the latest round of lottery funding.

Sports Centre's high score

Western Telegraph: SPORTS CENTRE'S HIGH SCORE FOR QUALITY: Pictured are staff from Haverfordwest Leisure Centre who contributed towards achieving the award, with Manager Sian Fair, Deputy Manager Darryl Sable, Cllr Elwyn Morse, Director of Adult Care and Leisure Pam Mar

2:15pm Thursday 31st July 2014

HAVERFORDWEST Leisure Centre has scored highly in a national quality assessment scheme.

Fears new micro-brewery in Saundersfoot could turn into a pub allayed

5:32pm Monday 28th July 2014

FEARS that a new micro-brewery in Saundersfoot could turn into a pub have been allayed by assurances given to Pembrokeshire county councillors.

Special Olympics given community life award

Western Telegraph: CHEQUE IT OUT: Lucy Callan and Jemma Bowie-Hallam at ASDA Pembroke Dock.  
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1:35pm Monday 28th July 2014

SPECIAL Olympics Pembrokeshire has been given a community life award by ASDA Pembroke Dock.

Volunteers join in woodland management project

Western Telegraph: TEAM WORK: Volunteers from South Hook LNG and Pembroke 21 CIC at King’s Mill Wood.  
	
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12:49pm Monday 28th July 2014

IT WAS a day of pulling Himalayan Balsam and making Pembrokeshire charcoal for a team of South Hook LNG volunteers at the National Trust’s Stackpole Estate recently.

Town gears up for Bicentenary Water Festival

12:22pm Monday 28th July 2014

PEMBROKE Dock is gearing up for a wet and wild weekend of birthday fun.

Refinery staff get up close with racing super car

Western Telegraph: NICE WHEELS: Valero public affairs manager Stephen Thornton poses with the Aston Martin racing car.   (8655412)

12:05pm Monday 28th July 2014

ONE of the world’s top racing cars – an Aston Martin GTE - wowed staff at Valero Pembroke Refinery during a recent visit.

School celebrates Children’s University awards

Western Telegraph: A PROUD MOMENT: Pembroke Dock Community School pupils with their Children’s University awards. (8654044)

11:49am Monday 28th July 2014

A CEREMONY was held at Pembroke Dock Community School at the end of term for 60 pupils who received awards from the Children’s University.

Tenby store's fundraising success

Western Telegraph: Serving up help: Staff from Sainsbury’s in Tenby and the Harriet Davis Trust celebrate the new charity partnership. With them are Laura Melhuish from Aberdare, and her parents Malcolm and Margaret, who are on holiday in one of the Trust’s hous

11:47am Monday 28th July 2014

A year’s worth of fundraising and awareness support is being given to a south Pembrokeshire-based charity by the Tenby branch of Sainsbury’s.

School celebrates top achievements

Western Telegraph: TOP PUPILS: Pembroke mayor Cllr Pauline Waters presented the winners with their awards.   (8653245)

11:35am Monday 28th July 2014

GOODBYES are always hard but it was with immense pride that Golden Grove School bid its year six pupils a fond farewell at the end of the school term.

Pooches on parade at Roch Fun Dog Show

Western Telegraph: READY, SET, GO: These collies go head to head in sprints.PICTURE: Western Telegraph

10:46am Monday 28th July 2014

ROCH Fun Dog Show returned on Saturday, July 26, attracting dozens and dogs and their owners.

WWI exhibition to open in Fishguard

3:38pm Sunday 27th July 2014

AN EXHIBITION to commemorate the centenary of the First World War is due to open in Fishguard Town Hall next week.

Hats off to Ladies Day fundraiser

Western Telegraph: CHEERS: The ladies donned their best dresses for the annual garden party.PICTURE: All About You Photography

5:20pm Friday 25th July 2014

ONE of the most glamorous events in the Wolfscastle Country Hotel calendar took place last month.

Crymych's new community care centre opening soon

Western Telegraph: (8611463)

3:09pm Friday 25th July 2014

RESIDENTS from Crymych and the surrounding areas will benefit from a new purpose built GP surgery next month.

Delight of dancing divas!

Western Telegraph: DANCING DIVAS WITH VA VA JHOOM!: The all-female troupe use their moves to raise money for charity and have some fitness fun. PICTURE: Martin Cavaney Photography (8518270)

2:55pm Friday 25th July 2014

A TROUPE of dancing divas are using their moves to raise money for charitable causes.

Emotional finale for Neyland choir's season

Western Telegraph: SING IT LOUD: Neyland Ladies Choir.

2:02pm Friday 25th July 2014

NEYLAND Ladies’ Choir ended its summer term in style with two concerts in Neyland and serving refreshments at the Neyland carnival.

Milford Lodge cash helps stoma patients

Western Telegraph: CUSHION CASH: Colorectal consultants Mr J Mathias and Mr S Gunasekaren, senior colorectal nurse Mrs J Calvert, WM.S. Harries, Mr J Everett and Mr R Whitfield. (8608086)

1:22pm Friday 25th July 2014

PATIENTS who have undergone treatment for bowel cancer can sit more comfortably thanks to a £900 donation from a local freemasons’ organisation.

Lodge donation supports bowel cancer patients

Western Telegraph: CUSHION CASH: Colorectal consultants Mr J Mathias and Mr S Gunasekaren, senior colorectal nurse Mrs J Calvert, WM.S. Harries, Mr J Everett and Mr R Whitfield. (8608086)

1:14pm Friday 25th July 2014

PATIENTS who have undergone treatment for bowel cancer can sit more comfortably thanks to a £900 donation from a local Freemasons’ organisation.

'Water way' to spend a Sunday

Western Telegraph: SPLASHING GOOD TIME: The Solva Regatta was enjoyed by people of all ages, with competitors ranging from teenagers and grandparents. 

PICTURE: Steve Probert (8596690)

10:17am Friday 25th July 2014

THE sun shone down on the quayside for the Solva Inshore Regatta on Sunday, July 20.

Pupils learn about carbon monoxide dangers

Western Telegraph: Say no to CO: Ysgol Brynconin pupils with Siw Hughes and Dafydd Rhys Evans of Theatr na nÓg.
PICTURE: Pembrokeshire Photography
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10:37pm Thursday 24th July 2014

PRIMARY school pupils in Llandissilio are helping to spread a life-saving message ‘say no to CO’.

Popular broadcaster to hold museum talk

6:38pm Thursday 24th July 2014

The next talk in Tenby Museum and Art Gallery’s series of annual lectures is by television and radio presenter Jamie Owen. He is a native of Pembrokeshire and the president of the museum, in which capacity he has visited many times and opened several art exhibitions.

Dean's memory lives on with charity donation

Western Telegraph: CHEQUE IT OUT: Peter Mackay, Dean’s mum Sandra Evans and Bryn Hazeldean. (8586491)

5:04pm Thursday 24th July 2014

THE CRUCIAL crew section of the Wales Ambulance Trust has been given a £500 boost thanks to a generous donation from the Dean Bevzy Evans Charity.

Flowers in full bloom at church festival

Western Telegraph: BLOOMING SUCCESS: St John’s Church, Pembroke Dock hosted a very successful Flower Festival.  PICTURE: Martin Cavaney.  (8585305)

4:49pm Thursday 24th July 2014

ST JOHN the Evangelist Church, Pembroke Dock hosted a blooming successful Flower Festival last week in support of the town’s bicentenary celebrations.

Gordon steps up to the plate as new central ward town councillor

Western Telegraph: NEW RECRUIT: Cllr Gordon Goff, of Pembroke Dock.  PICTURE: Western Telegraph. (8580815)

3:49pm Thursday 24th July 2014

PEMBROKE Dock Town Council has a new recruit.

Tourist fined for hurling late night abuse at police

3:37pm Thursday 24th July 2014

A HOLIDAYMAKER shouted and swore at police in Tenby and claimed he was an officer himself, Haverfordwest magistrates court heard last week.

Scott's family thank 'the whole town'

Western Telegraph: STRONG BONDS: Scott Goodwin with mum Laurie, sister Sarah and her daughter Alisha, and Scott’s dad, John.   PICTURE: Western Telegraph. (8571969)

2:35pm Thursday 24th July 2014

FOR 33 years a Pennar family have lovingly cared for one of their own who has cerebral palsy.

Help solve medal mystery

Western Telegraph: DO YOU RECOGNISE THIS MEDAL?: Anyone with information regarding the mysterious 1925 Lord Lieutenant's Cup is asked to contact reporter Jenny Hanson. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (8548509)

4:14pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

TWO friends from Neyland are keen to find out the origins of a solid silver sailing medal dating from the 1920s.

Special guest joins junior film-makers

Western Telegraph: FILM FANS: Hannah with the children. (8547592)

4:01pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

A FILM celebrating the centenary of Dylan Thomas’s birth was premiered at Cleddau Reach primary school this month – with a very special guest in the audience.

Many hands make art work

Western Telegraph: Quilt of many colours: Narberth CP School pupils, teacher Kelly Harrison and artist Linda Norris with the glass artwork.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (8437606)

3:26pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

A WORK of art made by 180 pupils of a school has taken pride of place outside its front door.

Rare coastal cottage bequeathed to National Trust

Western Telegraph: CHERISHED HOME: The cottage near St Davids had been home to the late Mr Glyn Griffiths. It will now be restored by the National Trust and let out for holidays.

3:10pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

ONE of the last unaltered examples of a classic Pembrokeshire cottage has been left to the National Trust after its owner died.

No time to stop for popular lollipop lady

Western Telegraph: STILL GOING STRONG: Joyce is presented with flowers by some of the young pupils of Roch School.

12:09pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

ONE of Pembrokeshire’s longest serving lollipop ladies says she has no plans to hang up her yellow jacket after spending 40 years in the job.

Race is on to top retro marketing campaign

Western Telegraph: AWARD-WINNING: A poster from Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority's campaign. (8313849)

11:34am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

THE search is on for talented Pembrokeshire marketers to top the national’s park’s famous retro railway poster advertising campaign.

Fire station open day is a roaring success

Western Telegraph: TEAM EFFORT: The local community came together to give Orielton School an end of year spring clean.
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9:04am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

ABOUT 200 people visited Pembroke Dock Fire Station when it opened its doors to the public for the afternoon on Saturday, July 12.

'Hat police' on patrol for carnival week

6:21pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

NARBERTH Civic Week is currently in full swing with dozens of action-packed events for all the family in and around the town.

Sporting stars shine in St Davids

Western Telegraph: SPORTS DAY: Pictured are the pupils of Ysgol Bro Dewi, Ysgol Croesgoch,  Solva CP School  and Ysgol Dewi Sant Ambassadors.

3:13pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

PRIMARY schools in the St Davids area came together during the last week of term for a joint district sports day.

FlyPad challenge is a success

Western Telegraph: FLYING START: Chairman Dan Davies presenting a cheque of £175 to Anna Phillips. (8316670)

5:58pm Monday 21st July 2014

A SUPPORT worker from Milford Haven is flying high after completing a tandem skydive in Swansea.

Chance to discuss demolition plans

4:18pm Monday 21st July 2014

PLANS to demolish Tenby’s infants school and replace it with a new building on playing fields are up for discussion at an open public meeting today (Wednesday).

Displays mark 100 years since Great War

3:49pm Monday 21st July 2014

THE centenary of the First World War is to be the subject of the second major exhibition by Saundersfoot Historical Society.

Stroke of luck for swimming pool campaign

3:27pm Monday 21st July 2014

THE campaign to save Narberth swimming pool has been given a boost, thanks to planning permission being granted for proposed developments and improvements.

Long Course champion congratulated

Western Telegraph: SPORTING CREW: Oliver Simon (third left) and Tenby Leisure Centre colleagues celebrate their Long Course Weekend successes. (8419718)

1:39pm Monday 21st July 2014

LONG Course Weekend champion, Oliver Simon, has been congratulated by fellow staff at Tenby Leisure Centre for his success in the event.

Popular music event to return this September

12:31pm Monday 21st July 2014

FISHGUARD and Goodwick have another event to add to its already packed music calendar.

Festival plays on for second successful week

12:11pm Monday 21st July 2014

NOW into its second week, there are still scores of top performances to come in this year’s Fishguard International Music Festival.

School clean-up

Western Telegraph: TEAM EFFORT: The local community came together to give Orielton School an end of year spring clean.
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11:57am Monday 21st July 2014

THE local community came together to give Orielton School an end of year spring clean recently.

Mathry wind turbine allowed on appeal

11:41am Monday 21st July 2014

A PLANNING inspector appointed by the Welsh Government has granted permission for a wind turbine in Mathry.

300 join the Tour de Tenby

Western Telegraph: TOUR DE FORCE: Young cyclists pedal away in the Tour de Tenby.
PICTURE: Martin Cavaney Photography.
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11:25am Monday 21st July 2014

OVER 300 young cyclists took to the streets of Tenby on Thursday for the seventh running of the Tour de Tenby.

Sports day success for Golden Grove

Western Telegraph: TOP EFFORT: Pupils proudly display their winning stickers. (8413253)

10:43am Monday 21st July 2014

A LARGE crowd of parents and families turned out in support of Golden Grove School, Pembroke, which held its annual foundation phase pupils’ sports day recently.

Blooming good effort by green-fingered residents

Western Telegraph: GOOD EFFORT: Wales in Bloom judge John Woods was given a tour of Wolfscastle's floral displays by Rev Geoffrey Eynon.PICTURE: Western Telegraph (8364493)

10:31am Monday 21st July 2014

WOLFSCASTLE residents did themselves proud last week when the judge for Wales in Bloom inspected the village.

Planning appeal held into Penybanc wind turbines

Western Telegraph: WIND POWER: The proposed Penybanc wind turbines would measure 79 metres high.

9:58am Monday 21st July 2014

A PLANNING appeal into erecting two wind turbines near Castlemorris was held in Letterston Memorial Hall last week.



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