Builder gives something back after surviving serious fall

Western Telegraph: GIVING BACK: Dylan Adams pledged to raise money for the Wales Air Ambulance after suffering a serious fall.  (11603254)

10:22am Friday 17th October 2014

A LOCAL building contractor has raised money for the Wales Air Ambulance after suffering a serious fall.

Top chefs cook up funds for charity

6:06pm Wednesday 15th October 2014

THREE of Wales’ most esteemed chefs will be cooking up a storm at The Grove in Narberth tomorrow (Thursday) to raise vital funds for Ty Hafan.

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.

Templeton BIG Weekend charity donation

Western Telegraph: Templeton BIG Weekend charity donation

12:10pm Friday 8th August 2014

FOLLOWING last month's highly successful 'Templeton BIG Weekend' pictured is Lyndon Belt presenting Mia Philips with a cheque for £500 for the local 'Mia Appeal'. Ideas are already flooding in for next year's weekend activities.

Llawhaden brewery selected for London showcase

Western Telegraph: Raise a glass: Sharon and Chris Bannister of Caffle Brewery. (8841718)

11:21am Friday 1st August 2014

A PEMBROKESHIRE business has been invited to supply its own locally-produced ale to a nationally-acclaimed festival this summer.

Pupils learn about carbon monoxide dangers

Western Telegraph: Say no to CO: Ysgol Brynconin pupils with Siw Hughes and Dafydd Rhys Evans of Theatr na nÓg.
PICTURE: Pembrokeshire Photography
 (8584167)

10:37pm Thursday 24th July 2014

PRIMARY school pupils in Llandissilio are helping to spread a life-saving message ‘say no to CO’.

Many hands make art work

Western Telegraph: Quilt of many colours: Narberth CP School pupils, teacher Kelly Harrison and artist Linda Norris with the glass artwork.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (8437606)

3:26pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

A WORK of art made by 180 pupils of a school has taken pride of place outside its front door.

'Hat police' on patrol for carnival week

6:21pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

NARBERTH Civic Week is currently in full swing with dozens of action-packed events for all the family in and around the town.

Stroke of luck for swimming pool campaign

3:27pm Monday 21st July 2014

THE campaign to save Narberth swimming pool has been given a boost, thanks to planning permission being granted for proposed developments and improvements.

Volunteer award for former Tenby Museum curator

Western Telegraph: VOLUNTEER AWARD: Kathy Talbot. (8367806)

11:30am Friday 18th July 2014

The former honorary curator of Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, Kathy Talbot, has received a top Welsh volunteering award.

Irish dancing school stepping out

Western Telegraph: Reel girls: Katie Harries (left) and Kira Hardy are launching a new Irish dancing school.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography
 (8173510)

10:44am Wednesday 16th July 2014

STEPPING out on a new Irish dancing venture together are Katie Harries and Kira Hardy.

River Carnival success

Western Telegraph: Fun afloat: The River Carnival craft moor at Cresswell Quay. (7444258)

6:06pm Monday 23rd June 2014

Fancy dress brought extra fun to the waterway when Lawrenny Yacht Club staged its annual River Carnival under blue skies and sunshine recently.

School parking problems tackled by local policing team

12:31pm Monday 23rd June 2014

Police in north Pembrokeshire have been tackling parking issues outside local schools.

Calf goes missing

3:55pm Tuesday 17th June 2014

A CHAROLAIS bull calf has gone missing today after escaping from Crinow Farm near Narberth. Anyone with information regarding this animal is asked to contact Jude Parr of the Haverfordwest Neighbourhood Policing Team by calling 101, extension 40614.

Llawhaden family fly flag for Breast Cancer

Western Telegraph: Charity challenge: Pat Bannister - who has inspired her family's fundraising for the Breast Cancer Campaign - is pictured with grandchildren Gina, Tom and Kelly. (7208890)

6:51pm Monday 16th June 2014

A family is flying the flags for the Breast Cancer Campaign this week in their aim to raise money and awareness for the charity.

Narberth pool fund boosted

Western Telegraph: Splashing out: Templeton Community Association members hand over their cheque to the Friends of Narberth Pool action group. (6984515)

5:53pm Monday 9th June 2014

The campaign to raise ?200,000 to enable the community take-over of Narberth swimming pool has been given a boost by the Templeton Community Association.

Councillors to carry out site visit before deciding on Narberth development

4:32pm Thursday 10th April 2014

AN application for a residential development in Narberth came back before Pembrokeshire’s planning committee on Tuesday, April 8.

Narberth Civic Week donation for young carers

Western Telegraph: (4601713)

2:42pm Thursday 13th March 2014

A group of 18 young carers from Narberth are looking forward to an Easter outing to Folly Farm, thanks to a £150 donation from Narberth Civic Week.

Crymych mum takes on top planning role

Western Telegraph: TOP PLANNER: Cath Ranson is pictured with her Chain of Office at County Hall along with Cllr Rob Lewis and Hywel Jones, head of planning

12:03pm Thursday 30th January 2014

A Pembrokeshire planner is to play a key role in her profession this year.

Crymych soldier to act out harrowing war experiences

Western Telegraph: Lt Col Hill at the original performance at Theatre Royal Haymarket on January 22, 2012.

12:03pm Thursday 30th January 2014

A RETIRED soldier from north Pembrokeshire is set to appear in a critically-acclaimed play based on a British soldier’s view of service, injury and recovery.

Sponsored splash for Narberth pool

4:11pm Friday 17th January 2014

A sponsored swim for youngsters is splashing out in Narberth next month to raise funds for the Friends of Narberth Pool.

Narberth's Sunnybank Residential Home consultation nears end

4:18pm Thursday 16th January 2014

THERE’S just over a week to go before consultation ends on the future of Narberth’s Sunnybank Residential Home.

Scooter scheme puts young worker on the road to success

Western Telegraph: WHEELY GOOD: The Green Dragon Scooters help people living in rural areas access work
 (3296757)

9:19am Thursday 9th January 2014

THE wheels have been set in motion on a new Pembrokeshire transport project.

Following the quire for traditional seasonal music

Western Telegraph: Pembrokeshire West Gallery Quire performed 18th Century Christmas music to a packed Village Hall at Reynalton last week. The Quire performed the same programme to an equally delighted audience in Manorbier church the previous Sunday and in October provide

1:40pm Thursday 12th December 2013

COSTUMED members of Pembrokeshire West Gallery Quire performed 18th Century Christmas music to a packed village hall at Reynalton on Friday evening.

Taking strides for charity

Western Telegraph: Four Peaks conquerors: Emmett Dunne, Sheena Umanee and Ben Perkins raised à 	£3,000 for the Alzheimer's Society. (1404442)

4:31pm Friday 11th October 2013

Two caring colleagues have made strides to help the fight against dementia by tackling four of the UK's highest peaks.

Yerbeston Farm solar plans submitted

Western Telegraph: Green grazing: Agriculture and renewable energy would co-exist at the proposed solar farm. (1411507)

3:52pm Friday 11th October 2013

Plans for a solar farm in south Pembrokeshire capable of generating enough renewable energy for around 2,700 homes have been submitted to the county council.

Fundraising success for Busy Bees

Western Telegraph: Fairytale scene: Busy Bees Nursery raised money for Barnardo's with their sponsored toddle. PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography
 (1056094)

2:47pm Friday 6th September 2013

Tiny tots have trotted out in their best fancy dress to take part in the UK’s biggest charity event for under-fives.

Theme park apologises after second power outage - and says problem is now fixed

6:25pm Tuesday 20th August 2013

OAKWOOD Theme Park has apologised to visitors after it suffered power problems for a second time this month.

Tributes pour in for tragic teacher

Western Telegraph: MUM AND TEACHER: Tina John

10:30am Wednesday 10th July 2013

TRIBUTES have been paid to a ‘wonderful’ 43-year-old Pembrokeshire schoolteacher who died with tragic suddenness at the weekend. Mother-of-three Tina John (formerly Thomas), who lived in Narberth, was taken ill while in Amroth on Friday evening.

Penguins attract record numbers of visitors

6:14pm Friday 14th June 2013

A £500,000 investment to bring penguins to Pembrokeshire paid off with record Whitsun visitor numbers at Folly Farm.

Giant skull is newest face at theme park

Western Telegraph: The new pirate-themed ride at Oakwook takes visitors through one of the eye sockets in a giant skull

4:40pm Tuesday 23rd April 2013

A 12-METRE tall sculpted skull is the newest face at Oakwood Theme Park.

Lottery grant wins for Pembrokeshire groups

Western Telegraph: COMMUNITY COUNSELLING: Celebrating their Lottery award at the Adlerian Society of Wales in Narberth are Carolyn Young, Martyn Williams, Lisa Punter and Sara Maynard.

6:30pm Sunday 21st April 2013

A COMMUNITY cinema club, a new counselling service, an over-50s holiday and outings for a kids’ club are all to become realities in Pembrokeshire thanks to the latest round of National Lottery cash.

Tourist left distraught by car park dogs tragedy

8:00pm Saturday 1st September 2012

A holidaymaker who reported three dogs in a hot car at a Pembrokeshire tourist attraction has spoken out to say she was  'totally devastated' when she learnt they had later died.

TRIAL REACTION: Murder shocked community

5:42pm Wednesday 4th April 2012

THE horrific death of a Narberth grandmother last summer left a community reeling.

Narberth news

10:28am Wednesday 25th January 2012

NARBERTH WI President Josie Sexton welcomed members to the January meeting at the rugby club. Returning members,Sylvia Rees and Joyce Pearce, were welcomed, together with new secretary, Meg Turner and new treasurer, Judy Smith. Judy presented the budget for the coming year. Several members will attend the tea on March 8th to celebrate International Women's Day and two teams volunteered for the quiz night on February 24th. It was also decided to take part in the Big Walk, Little Splash competition to celebrate the 2012 Olympics. The speaker, the Rev Peter Lewis, gave an illustrated talk on the First World War story of the Christmas truce. He was thanked by Meg Turner and joined members for tea. The raffle was won by Tess Clarke and the tabletop sale was managed by Pat Morgan. The next meeting is on Thursday February 2nd at 2pm in the rugby club.

Church services

10:11am Wednesday 18th January 2012

CHURCH SERVICES St. Andrew's Church: Sunday, 10am, sung eucharist; Wednesday,. 10am, holy eucharist. Bethesda Church: Sunday, Sunday School, 10.15am; morning worship, 10.30am; evening service, 6pm, minister, the Rev C.P. Rees. Tuesday, Listening Post 2pm-4.30pm; Prayer meeting and Bible study, 7pm.

Narberth News

10:10am Wednesday 18th January 2012

Templeton and Reynalton United Reformed Churches: The United Service on Sunday, January 22, will be held at Templeton United Reformed Church at 2.30pm and will be led by Mr Gareth John of Pembroke. A warm welcome is extended to all.

CHURCH NEWS

12:15pm Wednesday 11th January 2012

CHURCH SERVICES St. Andrew's Church, Narberth: Sunday, 10am, sung eucharist; Wednesday, 10am, holy eucharist. Holy Cross, Robeston Wathen: Sunday, 11.30am, holy eucharist.

Narberth News

12:14pm Wednesday 11th January 2012

Narberth RFC Supporters Club Meat Draw: Winners of the Narberth RFC Supporters’ Club meat draw this week are as follows: Beef – A.J. (Dingle); Lamb – Jenny; Pork – Peter Phillips. The Supporters’ Club raises money each week on behalf of the Rugby Club through the meat draw. Supporters interested in having a ticket at £1 per ticket with three chances to win a joint of meat for the weekend, should contact the Club Stewardess Anne Lonsdale on (01834) 860462 or any member of the supporters’ committee. The draw takes place every Friday evening.

Templeton and Reynalton United Reformed Churches

10:11am Wednesday 23rd November 2011

Templeton and Reynalton United Reformed Churches united service on Sunday (November 27) will be held at Templeton United Reformed Church at 6.30pm and will be led by Mr Gareth John of Pembroke.

Narberth News

10:10am Wednesday 23rd November 2011

MEAT DRAW Winners of the Narberth RFC Supporters’ Club meat draw this week are as: beef, Peter Spacey; lamb, Ian Evans; pork, Arwyn Bowen. For tickets (£1 each week with three chances to win), contact club stewardess Anne Lonsdale on 01834 860462, or any supporters’ committee member.

Bethesda

1:09pm Wednesday 16th November 2011

The Sunday November 20th morning service to be held at Bethesda Church, High Street, Narberth will be at 10.30am and the Evening Service at 6pm on Sunday November 20th 2011. The Morning Service will be taken by Rev Neville Rees from Morriston and The Evening Service By Barrie Griffiths from Cardigan.

Narberth News

12:16pm Wednesday 9th November 2011

Church services Templeton and Reynalton United Reformed Churches: The United Service on Sunday, November 13 will be held at Templeton United Reformed Church at 2.30pm and will be led by Reverend Hywel Brown of Molleston. A warm welcome is extended to all.

Grace Church

12:10pm Wednesday 2nd November 2011

CHURCH SERVICES St. Andrew's Church, Narberth: Sunday, 10am, sung eucharist; Wednesday, 10am, holy eucharist.

Bethesda

12:09pm Wednesday 2nd November 2011

Services at Bethesda Baptist Church, Narberth in the week beginning Sunday, 30th October 2011 are as follows.

Llanteg 100 club draw

12:24pm Friday 21st October 2011

Winners in the recent Llanteg 100 Club draw, which was made at a hall committee meeting, were: £25, Owen Brinsden; £15, Sue James and £10, Darran James.

Templeton and Reynalton United Reformed Churches

12:23pm Friday 21st October 2011

Templeton and Reynalton United Reformed Churches: On Sunday, October 30, members of Templeton and Reynalton United Reformed Churches will attend the Pembroke United Reformed Church Anniversary service at 11.00am which will be led by Mr Gareth John of Pembroke. It will be followed by a Church Luncheon at the Dial Inn, Lamphey. A warm welcome is extended to all.

Bethesda Baptist Chapel

12:03pm Wednesday 12th October 2011

Services at Bethesda Baptist Church, Narberth in the week beginning Sunday, 16th October 2011 are as follows.

Minwear and Templeton

12:02pm Wednesday 12th October 2011

Parishes of Minwear and Templeton: Sunday - Templeton, 9am, holy eucharist.

Templeton and Reynalton United Reformed Churches

12:02pm Wednesday 12th October 2011

Templeton and Reynalton United Reformed Churches: The United Service on Sunday, October 16, will be held at Reynalton United Reformed Church at 9.30am and will be led by Reverend Norman Gilbert of Cosheston. A warm welcome is extended to all.



LOCAL NEWSYourPembrokeshire




Essential Links

click2find


About cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more about the cookies we use.

I agree