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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"

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

Shani Lawrence Garden Designs and new business, Made for Gardens, won silver at the recent Royal Horticultural Society Flower Show in Cardiff. (24775200)

Gardening gang celebrate silver gilt win

Mrs Mary Ann Thomas, of Fishguard, celebrated her 100th birthday last Tuesday.PIC: Johnny Morris. (23641624)

Mary celebrates 100 fabulous years

The Save our Parks group is planning a massive fundraising effort to update and renovate Fishguard's Lota Park. (23127415)

Group swings into action with plans for Lota Park

A jack up-rig used for drilling exploratory boreholes for Fishguard's proposed marina has arrived in the bay. PIC: Johnny Morris (23122534)

Drilling rig arrives in Bay

Members of Fishguard Ladies Circle with their re-charter certificates.

Fishguard Ladies Circle celebrate re-charter

Tom Simmons, head chef at the Wolfscastle Country Hotel, with the establishment's AA two rosette award.PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography

Top chef serves up rosette success

Wales in Bloom judge John Woods is pictured with the Rev Geoffrey Eynon at last year's judging.PICTURE: Western Telegraph.

Wolfscastle to launch Wales in Bloom Competition

Youngsters from POINT are pictured with County Councillor Pat Davies ahead of the Town Council meeting.

Community on board with skate park plans

The community cafe offers hot drinks and home baked goods every Friday.

A warm welcome awaits at community cafe

The registrar used to come to Town Hall in Fishguard once a week.

Loss of local registry services concerns town councillors

Fishguard's vacant Abergwaun Hotel came up in the performance review report. PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Town council performance reviewed

Shannon Folena (left) and Catrin Vaughan (right).

Catrin's family step in to help road crash victim

The Mayor of Fishguard and Goodwick, Cllr Mike Lloyd welcomes new town councillor Edward Perkins. 
PICTURE: Western Telegraph (20076140)

New town councillors keen to make a difference

Liam Murphy receives his Young Persons Award from the High Sheriff of Dyfed, Mrs R E Jones.

Brave Liam receives Young Persons Award

Passengers onboard the Northern Belle received a warm welcome when they visited Fishguard Harbour on St David’s Day. PIC: Johnny Morris. (19724136)

Champagne and cheer for luxury train passengers

An application to site two wind turbines at Penybanc has been refused by county planners.

Applicant to take Penybanc turbines to appeal

Eiry Wyn Miles wins the High Sheriff of Dyfed Award 2015.

Dedicated Eiry wins High Sheriff award

The Northern Belle called into Fishguard Harbour on February 28, 2014.PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Luxury train to make St David's Day visit

Alex Ellis-Roswell is pictured with the RNLI crew from Fishguard lifeboat station.PICTURE: Johnny Morris

Fundraiser takes on 6,500 mile journey for RNLI

The Goodwick cockle women from around 1910.
PICTURE: Fishguard Bay Hotel collection. (18676357)

Take a trip into twin town's bygone years

SUPER SIZED: This super-sized Snoopy toy will be raffled for good causes by Edelweiss Antiques, Fishguard. (13246193)

No peanuts for auctioned Snoopy

Round Table Chairman Robin Baker is pictured with Mike Annis, Mark from Mikes Bikes, Emily and mum Sarah Howells.

Emily gets her wheels thanks to Round Table

Elizabeth Cramp's design for the Last Invasion Tapestry will be on display at Tregwynt Mansion this weekend.PICTURE: Western Telegraph (18581231)

War games and music at Tregwynt Mansion

Fishguard's former junior school site is in desperate need of redevelopment.PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Demolition plans pave the way for redevelopment

The previous Sound of the Youth nights have been a great success.

Town to rock to the Sound of the Youth

Fishguard and Goodwick are looking for the next Joseph David Beard. The town crier is pictured opening the new Debenhams store in Haverfordwest in 2013.PICTURE: Western Telegraph. (18374299)

Hear Ye! Town Crier needed in Fishguard and Goodwick

Ocean lab celebrates successful two years

Ocean lab celebrates successful two years

Local groups benefit from Old New Year celebrations

Local groups benefit from Old New Year celebrations

Volunteers give local wildlife a helping hand

Volunteers give local wildlife a helping hand

Members of The Catrin Vaughan Foundation are pictured with teacher Rhian Lewis.

Complex needs pupils benefit from Catrin's cause

Ysgol Bro Gwaun pupils are pictured outside the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay.

Pupils enjoy magical day in the capital

Sixth formers from Ysgol Bro Gwaun attended the launch of Dry January at the Phoenix Centre. They are pictured with Marc Mordey enjoying their 'mocktails'.PICTURE: Western Telegraph (17927876)

Raise a glass to the end of Dry January

Talk unearths Roman secrets

Talk unearths Roman secrets

A new piece of play equipment is due to be installed in the Parrog play park at the end of the month.

Park due to be in place by end of Feb

The alcohol awareness conference at Ysgol Bro Gwaun.

Students raise awareness of alcohol issues

Fishguard Library will close on Fridays, but access to the Last Invasion Tapestry will remain.PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Town council unable to pick up library tab

Station Hill car park is used by Goodwick surgery patients.
PICTURE: Western Telegraph (16938825)

Meeting to discuss controversial car park charges

Pembrokeshire County Council's Director of Children and Schools, Kate Evan Hughes, is pictured with Ysgol Bro Gwaun staff and students.

Ysgol Bro Gwaun earns National Quality Award

Goodwick’s Player of the Year Jordan James receives his award from County Councillor Gwilym Price.

Brass band celebrates another successful year

Eilish John and Alastair Davies with their Gold Duke of Edinburgh awards.

Pair have golden date at the palace

The Last Invasion Tapestry is located in a gallery next to Fishguard Library.PICTURE: Western Telegraph (16335625)

Decisions to be made on library hours and tapestry access

Youth music project gets national nod

Station Hill car park in Goodwick has 43 spaces, which are currently free of charge. 
PICTURE: Western Telegraph (16260176)

Councillors fight for free parking in Goodwick

Town councillor vacancies to be addressed

DISTINCTIVE DOLPHIN: Have you seen Clet? The sea trotting dolphin with a distinguishing split dorsal fin is currently in Pembrokeshire. (16020074)

Globe trotting dolphin returns to Pembs

SHOCK: members of local conservation group, Preserve Pencaer, say that locals are "horrified and shocked" at building work being done on Velindre Farm without National Park permission.

Farmer's cattle construction shocks community

Villagers in Little Newcastle have been without their landlines since November.

BT apologises over broken phone lines

BID BIG: A secret auction for a super-sized Snoopy has been extended until Valentine’s Day to generate as much charity cash as possible. (15856169)

Another chance to win super-sized Snoopy

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