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A crew of people braved the weather to help plant daffodil bulbs in Haverfordwest.   (51369749)

Daffs the way! Bulbs planted to brighten up town

Mayor Cllr Sue Murray and Cllrs Griffiths and Thomas are joined by the Porftield pupils and Alison Swain and Connor Planner.  (47679237)

Haverfordwest mayor welcomes pupils to council chamber

Author Neil Spring is pictured next to the cover of his latest novel. PICTURES: (S) (46333941)

Novel will become TV series

Pictured at the park are (left to right) Cllr Jon Collier, Cllr Brian Griffiths, Jones Bros site engineer Ginny Jones and works manager Gareth Jones, Cllr Sue Murray, Cllr Adrian Griffiths and Cllr Chris Thomas. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (46382233)

Work starts on local park

Heads were bowed and the Royal British Legion standard lowered during the two-minute silence. PICTURE Western Telegraph  (45841095)

Two minutes silence held at Haverfordwest War Memorial

The spectacular skeleton puppet dwarfed the shop fronts on Bridge Street. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (44673788)

PICTURE GALLERY: Magical 'River of Lights'

A giant skeleton will stalk the streets of Haverfordwest this Hallow'een PICTURE: (S) (43804970)

Spectacular skeleton to stalk the streets

SAS members Paul Renfro and Jetske Germing, pictured at last year's Newgale beach clean. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (43469730)

Show how much you love the beach

Competition winners (pictured right) spotted the special mutli-coloured pigeons to win fantastic prizes from the Business Circle. PICTURE: (S)  (43417653)

Shoppers peck up their prizes

Pictured are artist Toby Downing and volunteer Tangwen Roberts with two fish lanterns made for the parade. PICTURE: (S) (42405702)

Folk tale inspired lantern parade to illuminate town

This picture was taken at last year's Pudding Run. Will you take part this year? PICTURE: Western Telegraph (42393086)

Pick up a pudding at 10k run

Eluned Gramich and the cover of 'Woman Who Brings the Rain', her memoir of living and working in Japan. PICTURE: (S)  (41925067)

Local writer's memoir wins award

Glan Phillips presents the cheque to June Rees, who is accompanied by Ralph Rees and Simon Moffet PFPC.  Representing "Coffi and Clonc" are Huw James, Roger Smith and Dai Davies. PICTURE: (S) (42383052)

Proud Welshmen raise charity cash

The Pembs2Paris cyclists, pictured at the Eiffel Tower, raised a whopping £58,000 PICTURE: (S)  (41708658)

Cyclists' "awesome" charity donation

Sean Bowen and Cudlic Verona. PICTURE: Fiona Crawford (41723868)

Young riders to race at Aintree

The Riverside Market traders, pictured with Cllr Tudor, want the public to know it's 'business as usual'. PICTURE: (S) (41720651)

'Business as usual' at Market

Get your hands on a copy of the 'Naked' calendar, available from Saturday. PICTURE: Western Telegraph  (40866375)

Businessmen dare to bare for calendar

Mair (left) is pictured with Geraint Evans and Bethan Muxworthy at the BAFTA Cymru Awards ceremony in Cardiff. PICTURE: (S) (40693210)

Brave teen's BAFTA success

Site manager Jeff Tierney stands by the roped off area which is home to the discoveries. PICTURE Western Telegraph (40839262)

Solar park sheds light on archaeological findings

Haverfordwest's historic quayside buildings are up for sale. PICTURE: Western Telegraph  (40847734)

Iconic quayside buildings for sale


Mysterious poems posted to salon


Haverfordwest fair officially opened by town’s mayor

Author Neil Spring's latest novel is based on the 1970s UFO sightings in Broad Haven. PICTURE: (S) (40085425)

Novelist's UFO research raises questions

Baz, Joel and Ben took on an epic challenge to raise £5000 for the Paul Sartori Foundation. PICTURE: Moogle Photography   (40076507)

Three men's mountainous fundraiser

Pembrokeshire's only trampoline park has proved a great success. PICTURE: (S) (39805207)

Trampoline park's owners jumping for joy

The triumphant trio - with Sam, Greg and other supporters - finish the challenge. PICTURE: M Hosker

50 miles in 24 hours to help local man

Haverfordwest Magistrates Court (39274973)

Drunk teen stole boy's bike

Sophie Evans from Haverfordwest with Richard Spear, chief executive of Careers Wales. PICTURE: (S) (39052793)

'One stop careers shop' for Haverfordwest

Confluence's last major commission involved a 'rave boat' travelling up the Cleddau to Haverfordwest. PICTURE: (S) (38531252)

£12,000 on offer for moo-ving image

'Scarecrows' show off breads from the Welsh Bakery at last year’s Harvest Fayre at Haverfordwest Farmers Market. PICTURE: (S) 

Celebrate Autumn at Harvest Fayre

S&J Body Repair's ingenious "paddle-boat" design left all the competition behind. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (37791931)

Water fantastic race!

Pictured with the quilt are (left to right) Patricia Darley and Keeston Krafters representatives Sheena Wilson and Sheila Roberts. PICTURE: (S) (37754736)

Residents Association's bid to save local lives

Visitors enjoyed watching the sheep shearing demonstration. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (37081048)

30th Anniversary for Camrose Vintage Working Day

The Black Diamond boat, arriving at the Quayside in Haverfordwest on Sunday. PICTURE: The Lab (37067190)

On the crest of a rave

Mayor Councillor Sue Murray and Sheriff Councillor Chris Thomas, pictured at the Haverfordwest Farmers Market. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (37043014)

Mayor's Market meet and greet

Keep your eyes peeled for unusual pigeons roosting in Haverfordwest. PICTURE: (S) (36198004)

Have pigeons taken your fancy?

John Roach, one of the musicians who features on the Black Diamond track. PICTURE: Sharron Harris  (36389868)

Diamonds are for river as sonic artwork takes to the Cleddau

Previous fun days in memory of Maisie have been a great success

Family Fun Day for Maisie Moo

Nichola Brewer and shop assistant Jordan Smith outside Brewers Army Surplus store with Councillor Morse, Council Chairman Wynne Evans and the Council’s Head of Property, Barry Cooke.

First market stall relocates in face of council library plans

Trafalgar Road Park Project founder and Fete organiser Nerys Butland working her face painting magic on ten-year-old Courtney Smith. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (34604574)

Community Fete a great success

Gail Jones, Kirsty Deluca, Steffani Hosker and Greg Mott. PICTURE: (S)   (34105438)

Women to walk 50 miles for Greg

Dylan is opening a one-day Lemon Cafe to raise money for WaterAid. PICTURE: (S) (34062983)

Dylan's zest for raising funds

The People's NHS Wales lined Priory Avenue and other street in Haverfordwest with anti-TTIP placards. PICTURE: (S)  (33990018)

TTIP protest takes to the streets

Dorothy and Francis Golden (left) present with Folena family with the £1000 cheque. PICTURE: Western Telegraph  (33793914)

Golden couple's anniversary donation

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

Jane Mills presenting the cheques to June Rowlands and Graham Johnson. PICTURE: (S)

War opera helps heroes

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

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

Play equipment vandalised

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