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Park committee set to discuss deck chair plans

Western Telegraph: BEAUTIFUL BEACH: Whitesands could soon have deckchairs and sun loungers.

10:45am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

WHITESANDS Beach could soon be kitted out with all the luxuries you would expect from a seaside resort.

Crymych fire station holds successful open day

Western Telegraph: WARM WELCOME: Crymych firefighters welcomed the public to its annual open day on August 26.

10:26am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

CRYMYCH fire station held a successful open day on Tuesday, August 26.

Wheely big cheque for sportsman Harry

Western Telegraph: Harry is pictured with the cheque for £1,600 to add to the funds already raised by his family. With him are (back row left to right): Angela Miles; Jeanette Griffiths (Harry’s sister); Maggie Stringer and Annette Evans. Front row: Wendy Ratcli

9:33am Tuesday 2nd September 2014

A YOUNG Pembrokeshire sportsman has received a boost thanks to members of Fishguard and Goodwick Inner Wheel Club.

Splashing good time at Solva regattas

Western Telegraph: TAKING THE PLUNGE: The youngsters dive off the side of a rib. 
PICTURE: Steve Probert (9887785)

6:15pm Monday 1st September 2014

ANOTHER summer of Solva regattas has gone by, with each event blessed with perfect conditions.

Iconic locomotive steams into town

Western Telegraph: ICON OF STEAM: Nunney Castle 5029 is a member of the Great Western Railway 4073 ‘Castle’ Class.
PICTURE: Martin Cavaney (9875629)

3:58pm Monday 1st September 2014

CROWDS gathered at Pembroke Dock railway station on Sunday (August 31) to witness an iconic locomotive steam into town.

Film documents club's historic rise to Millennium Stadium

12:03pm Monday 1st September 2014

COME along to Theatr Gwaun on Thursday, September 4 to re-live Fishguard and Goodwick RFC’S historic trip to the Millennium Stadium.

Offenders to clean up town eyesore

11:17am Monday 1st September 2014

A TEAM of offenders are to transform a graffiti-covered walkway which has become an eyesore in the heart of Fishguard.

Crafty funding boost for Bobath

Western Telegraph: CRAFTY WAYS OF SUPPORTING A GREAT CAUSE: Liam Meredith of SET Haverfordwest presents Claire Brown, Bobath Wales senior events and fundraising co-ordinator, with a cheque for £1,000. PICTURE: Contributed (9851066)

11:05am Monday 1st September 2014

HAVERFORDWEST’S branch of SET Office Supplies raised £1000 for Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales (BCTCW), with a sold-out crafting event featuring TV’s expert crafter Sue Wilson.

POINT helps theatre into digital age

Western Telegraph: Chairman of the Trustees, Richard Goswell received a cheque from the youngsters of POINT.

11:03am Monday 1st September 2014

MEMBERS of a young people’s project in Fishguard recently paid a visit to Theatr Gwaun to present a cheque for £1,000.

Bring old photographs for St Davids 'scan day'

Western Telegraph: PIECE OF HISTORY: Pictured are Frank Smith, Lilian Hughes, George William Isherwood and Martha Isherwood (nee Whitehead).

10:11am Monday 1st September 2014

ON Tuesday, September 9, the St David's Historical Society is holding a 'Scan Day'.

Fishguard students get a taste of life in the states

Western Telegraph: BEST AND BRIGHTEST: Amy and Isaac will jet off to America this August

10:01am Monday 1st September 2014

SIXTH form students from Ysgol Bro Gwaun got to live the American dream over the summer.

Local firms may have chance to help build wind farm

2:55pm Sunday 31st August 2014

LOCAL businesses may have the chance to be involved in the construction of a proposed windfarm at Rhoscrowther, near Angle.

Surgeries recognised for investing in carers

Western Telegraph: BROZE AWARD: Pictured are Pennie Muir, Regional Project Support Officer for Investors in Carers, Julie Evans, Practice Manager, Dr Bethan Scourfield and Jean Susdorf, Advanced Paramedic Practioner.PICTURE: Western Telegraph

5:12pm Friday 29th August 2014

DOCTOR surgeries in Newport and Crymych have been recognised for their commitment to helping carers.

Surgeries recognised for investing in carers

Western Telegraph: BROZE AWARD: Pictured are Pennie Muir, Regional Project Support Officer for Investors in Carers, Julie Evans, Practice Manager, Dr Bethan Scourfield and Jean Susdorf, Advanced Paramedic Practioner.PICTURE: Western Telegraph

5:10pm Friday 29th August 2014

DOCTOR surgeries in Newport and Crymych have been recognised for their commitment to helping carers.

Trio cycle for sepsis awareness

Western Telegraph: CYCLING FOR SEPSIS AWARENESS: Pictured just before they set off from Withybush Hospital are (right to left) Terence Canning, Darren Ware and Chris Hancock. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (9820035)

4:50pm Friday 29th August 2014

THREE cyclists are biking from Haverfordwest to Westminster in a bid to raise awareness of the life-threatening condition, sepsis.

Patricia proves she is top of the class

Western Telegraph: TOP LEARNER: Patricia (second right) is pictured receiving her Learner of the Year Award in this year's Employer Awards. Also pictured are (L-R): Ceri Davies, Head of Human Resources Pembrokeshire County Council; Ian Westley, Director of Transportatio

9:56am Friday 29th August 2014

THERE seems to be no quenching a Fishguard woman’s thirst for knowledge as she picks up her second learning award of the year.

Hitting the right notes at Fishguard Library

Western Telegraph: BOOKS AND BLUES: The Blues Duo - Tommy Allen and Johnny Hewitt entertain visitors to Fishguard Library.

9:39am Friday 29th August 2014

HUNDREDS of people got into the groove at Fishguard Library over the Bank Holiday weekend.

St Dogmaels gets ready to stage village show

9:24am Friday 29th August 2014

ST DOGMAELS is preparing to hold its first village show next month, with something to keep the whole family entertained.

Fly-tip zone gets cleaned up

Western Telegraph: GETTING STUCK IN: Local residents, pictured at the start of the clean-up along with Ian Chalmers; Cllrs Simpson and Stoddart; Principal Environmental Health Officer Tom Hayes and Mari Williams from Keep Wales Tidy. (9745043)

5:23pm Thursday 28th August 2014

A FLY-TIPPING hotspot on a Milford Haven housing estate has been blitzed in a clean-up operation led by the local community.

Free night out with the lads

11:56am Thursday 28th August 2014

ROUND Table, the UK’s largest young man’s organisation, is offering the men of Haverfordwest a free night out with the lads.

Musician inspired by county visit

11:52am Thursday 28th August 2014

A TRIP to a local recording studio inspired a London-based jazz musician’s debut album.

£31,000 facelift for station facilities

Western Telegraph: BEFORE AND AFTER: Refurbishments at Haverfordwest Train Station have received positive reviews from travellers. PICTURES: Contributed (9644077)

12:47pm Thursday 28th August 2014

FACILITIES at Haverfordwest Train Station have been given a long-awaited facelift by Arriva Trains Wales (ATW).

Wizard summoned for learning project

Western Telegraph: SCHOOL'S OUT: The youngsters at the library.

5:34pm Monday 25th August 2014

A WELSH wizard was called in to cast his spell over a special learning project in Pembroke Dock this summer.

Cross dedicated at County Show

Western Telegraph: WORLD WAR ONE REMEMBERED AT COUNTY SHOW: This cross was dedicated to Pembrokeshire's fallen servicemen. PICTURE: Contributed (9637704)

2:53pm Monday 25th August 2014

DURING the packed schedule of the 2014 Pembrokeshire County Show, time was made to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.

All set for Dylan Thomas 100 celebrations

1:33pm Monday 25th August 2014

THEATR Gwaun is preparing to host The Dylan Thomas Film Festival as part of the 100th anniversary celebrations of the poet’s birth.

Ras Beca course record retained

12:39pm Monday 25th August 2014

ALMOST 100 competitors from far and wide took part in the 37th annual Ras Beca over the Preseli Hills on Saturday, August 23.

Soldier to hold charity ball ahead of marathon challenge

Western Telegraph: MARATHON MAN: Corporal Chris Gouldsmith will be attempting 10 marathons in just 11 days next month.PICTURE: Western Telegraph

11:59am Monday 25th August 2014

A CHARITY ball and auction will be held at Slebech Park on September 13 to raise funds for two soldier’s charities.

Artist's glass commission installed in Bro Preseli

Western Telegraph: GLASS ARTISTS: Linda Norris and Rachel Phillips.

11:19am Monday 25th August 2014

A UNIQUE piece of glass art has been installed in Crymych’s new extra care facility.

PENfro 2014 set to be sharper than ever

10:51am Monday 25th August 2014

AN annual book festival which celebrates the quality and diversity of writing in Wales takes place next month.

Sun shines down on St Davids Carnival

Western Telegraph: LEADING THE WAY: The fancy-dressed procession makes its way down High Street.
PICTURE: Western Telegraph (9627420)

10:20am Monday 25th August 2014

CARNIVAL fever took over the streets of St Davids on Saturday, August 23.

Catrin's colleagues and pupils to benefit from new outdoor work area

Western Telegraph: NEW FACILITIES: Members of Catrin’s family are pictured with the headteacher of Ysgol Glannau Gwaun and members of staff.

3:38pm Friday 22nd August 2014

A NEW outdoor work area has been unveiled at Ysgol Glannau Gwaun in Fishguard in memory of an outstanding former teacher.

Wind turbine appeal fails

Western Telegraph: GREEN LIGHT: Carmarthenshire's planning committee approved an application to erect a wind turbine on land off Heol Ddu on the outskirts of Ammanford.

12:32pm Friday 22nd August 2014

A BID to build two 77 metre tall wind turbines near Llanfyrnach has failed after a planning inspector ruled they would harm the character and appearance of the surrounding landscape.

Medals galore at surf championships

Western Telegraph: (9392210)

11:53am Friday 22nd August 2014

JUNIORS and Nippers from Poppit Sands Surf Lifesaving Club recently took part in the Welsh Championships at Aberavon.

Calls to improve Red Roses junction

Western Telegraph: WHERE’S PENDINE?:  Simon Hart MP at the Red Roses junction off the new by-pass.  He and the community council are working together to improve signage and safety at the junction. (9389123)

10:21am Friday 22nd August 2014

Calls are being made for improved safety and signage at a new road junction on the recently-opened Red Roses by-pass.

Dylan Thomas centenary events continue in St Davids

10:10am Friday 22nd August 2014

MORE Dylan Thomas themed events are set to take place in St Davids over the coming months as Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority and Amgueddfa Cymru-National Museum Wales continue to celebrate the centenary of the Welsh poet’s birth.

Beach finds inspire poems

Western Telegraph: Beach treasure: Tavernspite pupils display their inventions made from seashore debris. (9383350)

10:25am Thursday 21st August 2014

A treasure-trove of items found on the beaches has inspired pupils to create poems and useful items.

Tenby stop off for charity riders

10:15am Thursday 21st August 2014

FOUR charity cyclists are due to arrive in Tenby on Sunday (August 23) at the end of a two-day ride in aid of Kidney Research UK.

Festival celebrates historic town

2:14pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

A WEEK of events celebrating Haverfordwest’s history starts on Friday, August 29.

Visible smoke warning from Pendine range

10:13am Wednesday 20th August 2014

CRUCIAL trial activity, which will result in visible smoke, is currently due to be taking place at the MOD Pendine Range.

Exhibition highlights port's war role

3:33pm Monday 18th August 2014

AN EXHIBITION showing the strategic importance of Milford Haven to the Second World War effort goes on display in Dale on September 11.

£1million funding helps teach lifesaving skills

Western Telegraph: SEA SKILLS: RNLI Angle trainees Michael Higgins and Carl Morgan with Coxswain Lewis Creese. (9413822)

3:29pm Monday 18th August 2014

TWO local lifeboat volunteers have learnt the skills that will help them stay safe while saving lives at sea, thanks to £1million of funding from the Lloyd’s Register Foundation.

Hostels thank locals with free fun days

3:15pm Monday 18th August 2014

YOUTH Hostel Association (YHA) hostels in Marloes and Broad Haven will be open to the public on Sunday, September 7, as a way to say thank you to the local community.

Tenby hoteliers share business success with Minister

Western Telegraph: Celebration visit: Welsh tourism minister Edwina Hart is pictured with Malcolm Brace (left) and Patrick Jenkins at the Giltar Hotel on Monday.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography

3:14pm Monday 18th August 2014

Two Tenby hoteliers who became bosses of the business where they were employed have been sharing the success story of their first five years with Welsh Government tourism minister Edwina Hart.

Mindless vandals torment city residents

Western Telegraph: The Mayor of St Davids, Cllr David Halse points out where the damage has occured.
PICTURE: Western Telegraph (9390628)

10:37am Monday 18th August 2014

LEADERS in St Davids have spoken out and condemned acts of mindless vandalism.

Children raise funds for lifeboat

Western Telegraph: Band of fundraisers: Ollie and Leila Bonner are pictured presenting their donation to Tenby RNLI's deputy mechanic, Robert Beynon. (9384565)

10:27am Monday 18th August 2014

Two creative and kind-hearted children have raised £82.13 for the RNLI by making and selling loom bands.

Pool target getting closer

10:15am Monday 18th August 2014

GOOD progress is being made towards Narberth Swimming Pool’s target of £200,000 to enable a community take-over of the facility from Pembrokeshire County Council.

All that jazz at Fishguard library

Western Telegraph: Pictured are musicians ‘Winter Wilson’, who have previously performed at Fishguard Library.

12:08pm Friday 15th August 2014

FISHGUARD Library promises to be a lively cultural hotspot on Bank Holiday Monday (August 25).

Mixed views on Manorowen turbine plans

11:48am Friday 15th August 2014

A PLANNING application to site a wind turbine in Manorowen has been submitted to Pembrokeshire County Council.

It's a dog's life at doggy day care

Western Telegraph: DOG'S DAY OUT: SPPOT's merry band of volunteers and two very happy customers with Molly.PICTURE: Western Telegraph

11:38am Friday 15th August 2014

A NEW service has launched in Pembrokeshire, bringing together the needs of people with the needs of dogs.

All set for Cardigan Quays Festival

Western Telegraph: FAMILY FUN: These youngsters celebrate Cardigan's rich heritage by dressing up in costume.

9:41am Friday 15th August 2014

CARDIGAN Quays Festival returns to the banks of the river Teifi on Saturday, August 23 celebrating the town’s rich cultural and maritime heritage.

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