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400 jobs saved with Murco sale

Western Telegraph: BUYER FOUND: A sale has been agreed on the Murco Milford Haven Refinery securing 400 county jobs.   (8806040)

11:02am Thursday 31st July 2014

A SALE has been agreed on the Murco Milford Haven Refinery securing 400 jobs.

Site visit to discuss Manchester Square car park

Western Telegraph: ONGOING ISSUE: Car parking at the surgery has been a source of concern.

3:50pm Thursday 31st July 2014

FRUSTRATION over a lack of parking spaces at Milford Haven’s Manchester Square Health Centre has led to a site visit by local councillors and the health board.

Help solve medal mystery

Western Telegraph: DO YOU RECOGNISE THIS MEDAL?: Anyone with information regarding the mysterious 1925 Lord Lieutenant's Cup is asked to contact reporter Jenny Hanson. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (8548509)

3:18pm Thursday 31st July 2014

TWO friends from Neyland are keen to find out the origins of a solid silver sailing medal dating from the 1920s.

Monkton pupils welcome US speaker for Dylan Thomas project

Western Telegraph: AMERICAN VISITOR: Public speaker, poet and writer Kevin Powell met children at Monkton Priory School recently. (8715199)

1:44pm Thursday 31st July 2014

INFLUENTIAL American public speaker, poet and writer Kevin Powell met local schoolchildren recently, when he visited Pembrokeshire as part of a project celebrating the life and work of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas.

Council backs Torch opposition to 'master plan' multiplex

Western Telegraph: COMPETITION FEARS: The Torch Theatre, Milford Haven. PICTURE: Milford Mercury

12:46pm Thursday 31st July 2014

THE Torch Theatre is seeking local support in its fight to prevent a new cinema being built in Milford Haven.

UPDATED: Gas leak closes Milford road

Western Telegraph:

11:44am Thursday 31st July 2014

Great North Road has now reopened following an earlier incident.

Legion exhibition shows Milford Haven at war

Western Telegraph: File photo dated 01/11/1916 of British soldiers negotiating a shell-cratered, Winter landscape along the River Somme in late 1916 after the close of the Allied offensive. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Sunday June 22, 2014. The assassination of Arch

8:54am Thursday 31st July 2014

AN EXHIBITION of letters, photographs and personal effects showing life at home and in the trenches during the First World War goes on display in Milford Haven today (Thursday ).

Nursery donation means WW1 service can go ahead

Western Telegraph: BLOOMING LOVELY: Cllr Viv Stoddart planting the new flowers. PICTURE: Milford Mercury. (8771341)

12:58pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

A LOCAL business has come to the rescue after a memorial garden was callously vandalised, just days after it had been given a makeover by local volunteers.

Stage is set for St Ishmaels carnival

12:13pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

WITH cash prizes, cartoon favourites and plenty of fancy dress fun, this year’s St Ishmaels Carnival promises to be better than ever.

Bronwen, 6, gets on her bike for charity ride

Western Telegraph:

11:26am Wednesday 30th July 2014

A SIX-year-old girl from Milford Haven is gearing up for a 25km bike challenge to raise money for three local charities.

Help solve medal mystery

Western Telegraph: DO YOU RECOGNISE THIS MEDAL?: Anyone with information regarding the mysterious 1925 Lord Lieutenant's Cup is asked to contact reporter Jenny Hanson. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (8548509)

10:10am Wednesday 30th July 2014

TWO friends from Neyland are keen to find out the origins of a solid silver sailing medal dating from the 1920s.

Herbie carnival gets underway this weekend

6:55pm Tuesday 29th July 2014

THE carnival season continues this weekend as Herbrandston gets ready to celebrate in the sun, and raise money for a very worthy local cause.

Ocean Princess kicks off cruise season

Western Telegraph: WAVE HELLO: Ocean Princess will be among the ships bringing hundreds of tourists to Pembrokeshire this autumn. (8672381)

2:56pm Monday 28th July 2014

MORE than 800 tourists will visit Milford Haven next week, as the town’s cruise season gets underway.

Neyland Ladies wow crowd in season finale

Western Telegraph: LOCAL VOICES: Neyland Ladies Choir. (8611335)

2:11pm Sunday 27th July 2014

NEYLAND Ladies’ Choir ended its summer term in style with two concerts in Neyland and serving refreshments at the Neyland carnival.

Emotional finale for Neyland choir's season

Western Telegraph: SING IT LOUD: Neyland Ladies Choir.

2:02pm Friday 25th July 2014

NEYLAND Ladies’ Choir ended its summer term in style with two concerts in Neyland and serving refreshments at the Neyland carnival.

Milford Lodge cash helps stoma patients

Western Telegraph: CUSHION CASH: Colorectal consultants Mr J Mathias and Mr S Gunasekaren, senior colorectal nurse Mrs J Calvert, WM.S. Harries, Mr J Everett and Mr R Whitfield. (8608086)

1:22pm Friday 25th July 2014

PATIENTS who have undergone treatment for bowel cancer can sit more comfortably thanks to a £900 donation from a local freemasons’ organisation.

Lodge donation supports bowel cancer patients

Western Telegraph: CUSHION CASH: Colorectal consultants Mr J Mathias and Mr S Gunasekaren, senior colorectal nurse Mrs J Calvert, WM.S. Harries, Mr J Everett and Mr R Whitfield. (8608086)

1:14pm Friday 25th July 2014

PATIENTS who have undergone treatment for bowel cancer can sit more comfortably thanks to a £900 donation from a local Freemasons’ organisation.

Special guest joins junior film-makers

Western Telegraph: FILM FANS: Hannah with the children. (8547592)

1:00pm Friday 25th July 2014

A FILM celebrating the centenary of Dylan Thomas’s birth was premiered at Cleddau Reach primary school this month – with a very special guest in the audience.

South Hook staff get their hands dirty

Western Telegraph: HELPING HAND: South Hook LNG staff volunteered at Bloomfield Community Centre, Pembroke 21C, Pembrokeshire FRAME and MIND Pembrokeshire. (8520255)

6:43pm Thursday 24th July 2014

FIVE teams of South Hook LNG staff volunteered to spend another productive day helping the local community recently.

British Legion exhibition brings realities of war to life

Western Telegraph: File photo dated 01/11/1916 of British soldiers negotiating a shell-cratered, Winter landscape along the River Somme in late 1916 after the close of the Allied offensive. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Sunday June 22, 2014. The assassination of Arch

4:59pm Thursday 24th July 2014

AN EXHIBITION of letters, photographs and personal effects showing life at home and in the trenches during the First World War goes on display in Milford Haven next Thursday (July 31).

Memorial garden trashed ahead of First World War service

Western Telegraph: COMMUNITY SPIRIT: Volunteers worked hard to get the gardens ready for a memorial service next month. (8544368)

1:09pm Thursday 24th July 2014

A MEMORIAL garden in Hubberston has been vandalised, just weeks after local community groups helped tidy it up for a service marking the start of the First World War.

Caring couple celebrate 28-year link with community

Western Telegraph: EXTENDED FAMILY: Karen and Tony Radcliffe say the experience of sharing their home with disabled children has been wonderful. PICTURE: Milford Mercury. (8532540)

12:49pm Thursday 24th July 2014

A COUPLE from Milford Haven, who have shared their home with more than 30 disabled children, have spoken of the ‘fantastic moments’ they have had as carers.

No time to stop for popular lollipop lady

Western Telegraph: STILL GOING STRONG: Joyce is presented with flowers by some of the young pupils of Roch School.

12:04pm Thursday 24th July 2014

ONE of Pembrokeshire’s longest serving lollipop ladies says she has no plans to hang up her yellow jacket after spending 40 years in the job.

Drugs charge pensioner chooses Crown Court

5:19pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

A PEMBROKE Dock pensioner facing two drugs related offences appeared before Haverfordwest Magistrates Court on Tuesday.

Help solve medal mystery

Western Telegraph: DO YOU RECOGNISE THIS MEDAL?: Anyone with information regarding the mysterious 1925 Lord Lieutenant's Cup is asked to contact reporter Jenny Hanson. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (8548509)

4:14pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

TWO friends from Neyland are keen to find out the origins of a solid silver sailing medal dating from the 1920s.

Milford town market is back

Western Telegraph: (8533928)

1:25pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

TRADERS pitched up on Market Square on Saturday (July 19) for the launch of Milford Haven’s new weekly street market.

FlyPad challenge is a success

Western Telegraph: FLYING START: Chairman Dan Davies presenting a cheque of £175 to Anna Phillips. (8316670)

5:58pm Monday 21st July 2014

A SUPPORT worker from Milford Haven is flying high after completing a tandem skydive in Swansea.

Family firm recognised with top beauty award

Western Telegraph: LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT ACCOLADE: Celebrations at the Welsh Hair and Beauty Awards for Todaro's. (8363932)

4:14pm Saturday 19th July 2014

A PEMBROKESHIRE family business is celebrating in style after winning the Lifetime Achievement Award at a top Welsh ceremony.

School's outside thanks to wellies gift

Western Telegraph: SCHOOL'S OUTSIDE FOR SUMMER: Meads Infant and Nursery School pupils with Wendy Goldsworthy, Dragon LNG External Affairs and Communications Advisor (pictured left) and the Forest School Leader, Nia Phillips (pictured right). (8292840)

2:44pm Saturday 19th July 2014

LOCAL children will be free to explore the outside world thanks to a donation from a local LNG terminal.

Turn-out shows KGB means business

3:07pm Friday 18th July 2014

GREEN-fingered volunteers turned out in force on the weekend, ready to get stuck in to giving the town Water Gardens a much-needed makeover.

Festival will remember music-loving brother

Western Telegraph: 'GENTLE SOUL': Gary Boswell served with the Royal Welch Fusiliers in Iraq, Germany and Canada.  (8312856)

5:50pm Thursday 17th July 2014

A MUSIC festival to remember a soldier who took his own life after struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) will be held in his hometown of Milford Haven this month.

Chopper visit gives different view of job market

Western Telegraph: MEET THE CREW: Nirvana Thomas, Cerys Radcliffe and Ryan Beckerleg representing Milford Haven sixth form, with Petty Officer aircraft engineer Dai Williams, observer Rich Bell, pilot Lee Holburn and leading air engineering technician (mechanical) Clay Clay

2:23pm Thursday 17th July 2014

MILFORD Haven School’s football pitch became a makeshift helipad on Tuesday, when a Royal Navy helicopter landed in the grounds.

Award for cadet's 'astounding' work

Western Telegraph: SUPER CADET: Petty Officer Cadet Callum Snape with the Mayor of Milford Haven. (8277349)

10:03am Thursday 17th July 2014

A LOCAL Sea Cadet has been presented with an award from Milford Haven Town Council for his ‘astounding’ work in the community.

Message to the future shines light on next generation

Western Telegraph: GOING UNDERGROUND: Year 7 pupils from Milford Haven School bury the time capsule at the Liddeston Ridge Solar Array. It will be dug up in 25 years time. (8290742)

12:36pm Wednesday 16th July 2014

A GROUP of year seven pupils from Milford Haven School recently took a glimpse into their future.

'Bustling market' returns to town centre

Western Telegraph: MARKET OPEN: Cllr Guy Woodham, Mayor Cllr Eric Harries and Consort Lynwen Harries, Lynne Turner of Milford Haven Business Circle, new market manager Byron Jenkins. PICTURE: Milford Mercury. (8286637)

11:47am Wednesday 16th July 2014

MILFORD Haven’s Market Square will once again be bustling with traders, when a new street market opens this Saturday (July 19).

Successful launch to civic year

Western Telegraph: CIVIC SERVICE: Mayor of Neyland Simon Hancock with councillors and representatives. (8239949)

2:24pm Tuesday 15th July 2014

NEYLAND councillors enjoyed a well-attended service at St Clement’s Church on Sunday (July 13), marking the official start of the mayor’s year in office.

Carnival return is a Rio-l success

Western Telegraph: THUMBS UP: Evan Hawkins-Davies, 17, came out to watch the floats. PICTURE: Western Telegraph. (8202888)

4:47pm Monday 14th July 2014

AFTER a break of seven years, the people of Neyland took to the streets on Saturday to prove their carnival spirit is still alive and kicking.

Schools join nature programme

Western Telegraph: GREAT OUTDOORS: Five new Outdoor Schools proudly show off their certificates presented by Cllr Sue Perkins, Cabinet member for Education and Safeguarding (centre).   (7867852)

12:57pm Monday 14th July 2014

FIVE Pembrokeshire schools will be spending more time in the great outdoors as part of a project to re-build childrens’ bond with nature.

Band's spectacular debut drums up £700

Western Telegraph: IN TUNE: Milford Haven Junior Band. PICTURE: Rick Holzmann. (8103117)

10:30am Friday 11th July 2014

MUSIC fans packed out the Johnston Institute recently for Milford Haven Junior Town Band’s debut concert.

Pup whips stiff competition at Welsh Game Fair

Western Telegraph: WONDER WHIPPET: Phoebe lives up to her 'Simply the Best' Kennel Club name by winning Championship Best Whippet.

4:48pm Thursday 10th July 2014

A NEYLAND dog breeder is over the moon having bagged a top prize at the recent Welsh Game Fair.

Pup whips stiff competition at Welsh Game Fair

Western Telegraph: WONDER WHIPPET: Phoebe lives up to her 'Simply the Best' Kennel Club name by winning Championship Best Whippet.

4:43pm Thursday 10th July 2014

A NEYLAND dog breeder is over the moon having bagged a top prize at the recent Welsh Game Fair.

Sixth form centre gets students ready for Uni life

Western Telegraph: PLEASED: Head boy Harry Turner, deputy head girl Nirvana Thomas, and deputy head boy Josh Thomas. (8034065)

4:21pm Thursday 10th July 2014

A-LEVEL students getting ready for their exams now have a dedicated space to revise, thanks to the Port of Milford Haven.

Judicial review decision welcomed by health board as AM vows to fight on

Western Telegraph:

2:58pm Thursday 10th July 2014

Hywel Dda University Health Board has welcomed the decision of a judicial review which upheld its consultation on health care changes as ‘fair and lawful’.

Judicial review on health care changes fails

Western Telegraph:

10:23am Thursday 10th July 2014

A judicial review it was hoped would stall health board plans to remove a number for services for women and children from Withybush Hospital has failed.

STRIKE: Schools and services hit by public sector strike action across the county today

Western Telegraph:

9:58am Thursday 10th July 2014

THERE are warnings of possible disruption today (Thursday) as public sector workers strike over pay and conditions.

'Mosquito' alarm campaign grows wings

Western Telegraph: SIGN HERE: Twenty-one-year-old Gareth Bromhall wants local people to back his campaign against the 'mosquito' alarm at Milford Haven Library. PICTURE: Milford Mercury. (7809504)

5:42pm Wednesday 9th July 2014

A CAMPAIGN to get a ‘sonic weapon against children’ removed from outside Milford Haven library has been backed by almost 200 people.

Volunteers wanted to 'tune up' radio project

9:33am Tuesday 8th July 2014

A COMMUNITY radio station is looking for local people to help it put Pembrokeshire 'on the digital map'.

Wear Point turbines switched on

5:13pm Monday 7th July 2014

FOUR turbines measuring almost 100 metres are now up and running on the Milford Haven waterway.

Roaring return to glory for carnival

Western Telegraph: FUN DAY: Neyland Carnival returns this Saturday, after a break of seven years. PICTURE: Milford Mercury

10:08am Monday 7th July 2014

THE streets of Neyland will play host to the town’s first carnival in seven years this weekend, thanks to the hard work of local organisers.

Grand fundraising amount for cancer charity

Western Telegraph: Pictured from left to right are Anne Leney, Suzanne Williams, Janet Hicks and Joan Palmer. (7838530)

2:28pm Sunday 6th July 2014

LOCAL ladies have raised more than £1,800 for a charity that helps people all over Wales.



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