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Charity 'Plane Pull' presentation

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

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Fans flock to Haverfordwest SkateJam

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

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

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

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

Haverfordwest Mayor Councillor Sue Murray spoke at The Lab's 'Fly the Flag' launch. PICTURE: Western Telegraph  (27062958)

Flags fly in the county town

Beach Painting by artist Kevin Sinnot, event judge. (26901386)

Local artists' competition invite

Mike set for marathon adventure

Pictured (left to right) are Cllr Ellen Repton, Roger Repton, John Hardwick (WAA) Melanie Jones (nee Repton), Tony Key OBE and Noel Evans (WAA). PICTURE: Western Telegraph (26327843)

Funds fly in from Sheriff's breakfast

Toby (left) and his brothers are pictured at the Studio, dressed in Harry Potter outfits supplied by Starlight. PICTURE (S)
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Harry Potter fan's magical day out

Chris Evans and Guy Norman of Confluence/The Lab outside the project's new base in the old Ocky White building. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (25774971)

Arts in the heart of town

Volunteer Graham Stephens is pictured with a DNA testing kit. PICTURE: (S) (25529800)

DNA deal for potential Flemings

Pictured are Andy Cook from Rhoshill Herbs and Garden Plants (left) and David Baster. PICTURE: (S)  (25513746)

Special Spring Planting Market

Whatever your taste in food or drink, Haverfoodfest will tantalise your tastebuds! PICTURE: (S) (25062356)

Enjoy first ever Haverfoodfest!

Garry Ashton, from Haverfordwest. PICTURE: (S) (24685255)

Haverfordwest chef takes on Oakwood role

Pictured at Haverfordwest's Cenotaph is Ken Humphreys of the Haverfordwest Branch of the Royal British Legion. PICTURE: Western Telegraph  (24247581)

County town commemorates VE Day

Haverfoodfest is looking delicious

Come for a taster beekeeping session at the Pembrokeshire Beekeeping Centre at Scolton Manor on May 17 or 31. PICTURE: (S) 

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Busy May at Scolton Manor

An artist’s impression on what the finished climbing wall will look like. PICTURE: (S)
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Leisure Centre reaches new heights

This male effigy in Llangwm's St Jerome's church is believed to be Sir David De La Roche PICTURE: (S)  (23643265)

Does Flemish blood flow in your veins?

Haverfordwest Mayor Roy Thomas wants Pembrokeshire County Council to do something about derelict buildings spoiling the look of the town. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (23071695)

Mayor's derelict buildings crusade continues

This photograph of former Bolton Hill School pupils was taken in 1954. A reunion is planned to take place in July. PICTURE: (S) (23069301)

Did you attend Bolton Hill School?

Slade Park residents Steve Evans (right) and Tony Dalton say a dog mess problem at their local playing field must be addressed. PICTURE: Western Telegraph  (23085367)

Dog mess problem "out of control"

Pictured are Geraint Phillips, Richard Evans, Richard Lewis, Tony Key OBE Pembrokeshire Coordinator for Wales Air Ambulance, Mary Jones, Jackie Phillips and Neville Farmer, Wales Air Ambulance volunteer. PICTURE: (S)

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Charity tractor run did its late organiser proud

Pictured are John Daniels, Secretary of Pembrokeshire Friends of Prostate Cymru, Scott Gregory of Caddies, Mrs June Rees MBE Pembrokeshire Friends and Catherine Parsons, Community Banker with Barclays Bank. PICTURE: (S) (22913741)

Cafe owner cooks up charity cheque

Town Council seeks new members

Pictured (left to right) are Cllr Chris Thomas, Cllr Sue Murray and Cllr Alan Buckfield, who are already making plans for Haverfordwest. PICTURE: Western Telegraph  (22480397)

Trio talk of plans for Haverfordwest

Hustings arranged by PPF

Curator of Haverfordwest Town Museum, Simon Hancock, is pictured with a long case clock made in 1800 by William David of Haverfordwest. PICTURE: Western Telegraph  (22483871)

Fresh new look for museum

Mayor Cllr Roy Thomas is pictured handing the petition to Cllr Rob Lewis, as Cllr Tom Tudor looks on. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (22473376)

9,000 sign petition against new Haverfordwest car parking charges

Winning eggs proudly displayed

Lee Anson cycled for 24 hours in memory of his brother, to raise awareness of mental health issues and to raise funds for MIND. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (21950094)

24-hour cycle keeps brother in MIND

SPARKies Angie Newman and Richard Blacklaw-Jones are pictured in the co-operative's shop in Haverfordwest, which is changing and evolving all the time. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (21814321)

Changes afoot at creative co-operative

Pictured are Bernie George (left) and Margaret Bond (far right) from Withybush Hospital Cancer Day Unit Appeal, Chris Evans-Thomas (centre) from Adam's Bucketful of Hope and Nicola Llewelyn, Fundraising Officer for the Hywel Dda University Health Board. P

Charities vow to support upgrade

Lee Anson will cycle for 24 hours in memory of his brother and to raise awareness of mental health issues. (20756339)

Brother's 24 hour cycle raises mental health awareness

Evette Eardley is going to shave her head to raise funds for Greenacres on April 18.

Animal rescuer to have close shave

Superdraw winners Mr and Mrs Hartley are pictured with Pembrokeshire Lottery manager Abigail Owens.

Pembrokeshire Lottery Superdraw winner of £8,000 had forgotten he played the game

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