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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

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)

War opera helps heroes

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

Facelift for Narberth pool

Help finish off the handrails at the Slashpond Boardwalk in Broad Haven. PICTURES: Support the Boardwalk (31818658)

Help complete great community project

Canon Geoffrey Gwyther thanks Eifion Thomas for the new weather vane. PICTURE: (S) (31809520)

New weather vane donated to church

Tenby Junior School celebrates its Sustainable Schools Acorn award. Pictured with pupils Noah, Hannah, Iwan, Megan, Jasmine, James and Edward are teacher Michael Scale, Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship co-ordinator and Janie Pr

Tenby school joins sustainable scheme award winners

GCSE and A Level students from Ysgol Bro Gwaun are exhibiting their work at Fishguard Library until the end of this month. (31798313)

Dazzling artwork goes on display

The Salt team celebrate their success.

Salt team celebrates 'salon of the year' award

The damaged carousel at Trafalgar Road Park has been removed. PICTURES: Pembrokeshire County Council and Ryan Dansie.  (31668905)

Play equipment vandalised

Tenby Male Choir chairman Terry Evans and accompanist Jill Williams are pictured (front) with the choir’s new cd. With them (back) are musical director Ian Wiliams and choristers Tom Pearce, Gordon Hughes, Eric Mullins, Peter Spacey, Dave Blackmore, Kev

Tenby Choir celebrates 40 years

An ex RAF Jet Provost visits Haverfordwest Airport

Unusual visitor to Haverfordwest Airport

Milford Haven Soroptimists and guests on the slipway at Dale.  (31302009)

Soroptimists celebrate 60th in style

The Black Diamond commission celebrates the River Cleddau. PICTURE: The Lab (30961950)

River Cleddau will rock to rave track

Sheep racing is just one of the attractions on offer at The Havens Carnival this year. PICTURE: (S) (31107580)

Help out at Havens Carnival

The Sunderland Trustee Team at Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre following the annual meeting. Left to right: Phil Thompson, John Evans, William McNamara, Gareth Mills, Marcia Heaviside, John de Havilland and Gareth Scourfield. Missing from the group were Tru

Change at the top for Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust

Rhys Evans, 19, is Milford Haven's newest town councillor. PICTURE: Milford Mercury (30985341)

Rhys, 19, takes over fight to save town centre

Charity 'Plane Pull' presentation

Tracey Price and Lee Anson, pictured outside MIND Pembrokeshire's centre in Haverfordwest. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (30452956)

Cyclist's "amazing" donation to MIND

Haverfordwest Magistrates Court (29843631)

Carer stole dementia sufferer's bank card details

Brian Reynolds (centre, front row) pictured at the ceremony celebrating his 48 years as a local bin man. PICTURE: Western Telegraph  (29684535)

48 years of service celebrated

Win this shirt in the Ysgol Glan Cleddau raffle. PICTURE: (S) (29649452)

School raffle to win shirt signed by Liverpool FC footballer Joe Allen

PICTURE: WetheDee (29715860)

Fans flock to Haverfordwest SkateJam

Michaela Hollyfield’s painting, The Underground Forest- Moonlit, was featured as a good investment in The Independent on Saturday’s Money section. (29669567)

Michaela's art a "good investment"

Ian Macrae, who has compiled ‘A Guide For Researchers’, pictured at the Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre. PICTURE: Martin Cavaney Photography.

Family researchers get expert support at Pembroke Dock Sunderland Trust

Tenby Brownies gather round their former Brown Owl, Margaret Peake, to present her with their retirement gifts.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography

Tenby Brownies celebrate retired Brown Owl

The walkers celebrate on Snowdon's summit. PICTURE: (S) (29086700)

Snowdon tackled for CF Trust

Last year's SkateJam, which celebrated the official opening of the Skatepark. PICTURE: HSA (28995141)

Skatepark to celebrate first anniversary

Musical events to raise money for Shannon

The Children's Commissioner for Wales, Sally Holland (right), joins in a scooter workshop at St Teilo's School, Tenby to mark its national Big Pedal award. (28420114)

School transforms daily commute

Stroke Club committee members are pictured with local therapists and representatives of the national Stroke Association at the Club's 40th anniversary. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (28374123)

Wales' first Stroke Club celebrates 40 years

Joel, Ben and Baz will attempt a gruelling three-day challenge to raise funds for the Paul Sartori Foundation. PICTURE (S) (28359225)

Support three-day charity challenge

Planning permission has been granted for a sea defence at Little Haven. PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Little Haven locals' concern over sea defence

Margaret Thompson and Cancer Research UK nurse Catherine McPhee are encouraging women to take part in the charity's Race for Life. (28366448)

Call for women to join Race for Life

Dr Bruce Moffett, a leading authority on bio- precipitation, is carrying out world-class scientific research at Goodwick’s Ocean Lab. (28348105)

Cloudy mysteries becoming clearer at Ocean Lab

A Haverfordwest mum is fundraising to improve facilities for toddlers at Trafalgar Road Park (pictured). PICTURE: (S)  (28324367)

Mum's project to improve park

Jane Lewis, President of Soroptimist International of Haverfordwest & District, and members were proud to present Diabetes UK Wales’ Joseph Cuff with a donation of £1,600.  (27915421)

More than £1,000 donated by Haverfordwest group to Diabetes UK Wales

Maqsood Bhatti, pictured at the start and end of his 151-mile run for peace in Pakistan. PICTURE: (S) (27705920)

151-mile run for peace in Pakistan

The former site of Tenby Cottage Hospital, where planning permission has been granted for 10 houses.PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (27704370)

Planning permission for old Tenby hospital site

Co-Lab are a group of Graphics students from Pembrokeshire College, working on a placement with Heidi Baker. Their 'Make Your Spot' workshop was a hit with young designers. PICTURE: The Lab (27691713)

Arts for all in county town

New way to work launches in town

Johnston Post Office to move up the road

Skatepark needs your vote

Deputy mayor Cllr Will Elliott with partner Lloyd Jones, and Cllr Stephen Joseph with his consort and chaplain, wife Naomi. PICTURE: Western Telegraph

New mayor promises 'hands on' approach in bid to better connect with local people

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