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Pembrokeshire County Councillor Mike James (centre), Chairman of St Dogmaels Good Neighbours, is pictured at the launch, together with (from the left): Laura Benham (Newport Mayoress); Vivienne Bishop and Grace Hagen (Coordinating Committee); Cllr Andy Be

Good Neighbour scheme launched in Newport

Harpist Claire Jones and her composer husband Chris Marshall.

Harpist's musical journey to recovery

People and wildlife officer Nia Stephens with the burnt out hide after vandals struck at the Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve.
Picture: Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (20078759)

Vandals strike at nature reserve

Councillors on Pembrokeshire County Council's Planning and Rights of Way Committee.  (19491918)

One Planet 'low impact smallholding' given the go ahead

StephenCrabb with members of the Llandudoch Environmental Action Group. (19395128)

Community calls in MP to help with flood dilemma

Cadet Flight Sergeant Carwyn Savins  (19395900)

Abercych Cadet’s Lord-Lieutenant award

Bethan puts her best foot forward in memory of dad

Bethan puts her best foot forward in memory of dad

Mark's big British bike adventure

Mark's big British bike adventure

L-R: Dennis O'Connor of Pembrokeshire Tourism, Corrina Taylor of Hideaway Farm Meats, Marishka & John Rutter of Dove Cottage B&B, Hedydd Phillips of The Ffynnone Arms, Jacqui Wingfield of Weston Lodge B&B, and judges Vicky North & Kate Morgan. (17829852)

Businesses do battle in breakfast bake off

Catherine and Emily Morley, of Hermon, have been working hard to convert an old class room in their old village school into Cegin Bella cafe. (17814870)

Sweet treats as sisters convert classroom into cafe

Travel writer and accessibility consultant Emily Yates is pictured with Liz Williams of Pembrokeshire Tourism, Jim Bowen of Clynfyw Care Farm and members of the Clynfyw team.

Tourism operators celebrate Disabled Access Day

Maisie Thompson and Ella Burns will share the title role of Annie.

Does your dog have what it takes to be stage star?

Care farm to celebrate disabled access day

Care farm to celebrate disabled access day

Peter Munt-Davies from St Ishmaels hopes to raise money and awareness for the Commonwealth Countries League Education Fund. (15856118)

From Seville to Santiago – two men’s charity cycle

Crymych Fire Station Choir performing on S4C’s ‘Am Ddrama’. (15614722)

Firefighters set musical world on fire and raise money for charity

Grant provides pensioners a festive day to remember

PRAISE BE: St Mary's Church in Newport has been successful in securing the first stage of an application for heritage lottery funding. (14937543)

Newport church secures first part of £108,800 grant

ANCIENT CEREMONY: Pictured are Tony Williams (Burgess), Andrew Benham (Mayor), Jack James (Court Baliff) Laura Benham (Mayoress), The Lord Marcher, Alexander Hawksworth, David Cole (Court Steward) and Robin Watson (Burgess).

New Mayor for the people of Newport

Music teacher of the year Elin Non Ennis. (13358096)

Newport music teacher honoured

Newport audience digs deep for refugee benefit

NURTURING: Proprietor and chef Louise Cook creates nurturing food from locally sourced sustainable and mostly organic ingredients. (12862059)

Taste of success for ethical cafe

An aerial view of the Smith family's low impact development near Glandwr.

Family's roundhouse plans unanimously backed

VIEW FROM ABOVE: Cropmark of an Iron Age hill fort near Dale discovered in 2013.PICTURE: Royal Commission of the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales

Pembrokeshire's hidden Iron Age to be revealed from the air

STUNNING SCENERY: Laurence Hammerton's winning entry of  Bwlch Nant yr Arian.

Calendar competition uncovers photographic talent in Pembrokeshire

LIFESAVERS: Stephen Roberts and Peter Davies are presented with the defibrillator by the ladies of Rocesi'r Fro.

Ladies donate defibrillator to Newport First Responders

CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS: Local residents and councillors gather at the launch of Eluned Phillips' memorial.PICTURE: Julie John

Cenarth celebrates poet's centenary

Cilgerran custodian reveals unexplained sightings in time for Halloween

John Russell Taylor is pictured with Hitchcock during the shooting of Family Plot (1976).

Rare treat for Hitchcock fans

DIAMOND COUPLE: Aneurin and Phoebe Lewis unveil Newport's public access defibrillator.
PICTURE: Western Telegraph (11571030)

Diamond couple unveil life-saving gift

Have a say on the future of Newport's library and visitor services

HANDS ON: A picture from the end of term, when riders had the opportunity to learn about grooming, tack and handling ponies.

Disabled horse riding group needs your vote

Former Coleg Ceredigion student working for Damien Hirst

HEADLINERS: Rowan Williams and Ceri Wyn Jones will discuss their poetry at this year's PENfro Book Festival. (9991809)

Top names at weekend book festival

Susan won second prize with her Scarecrow group, 'The Greens'.

A weekend the crows will never forget

BROZE AWARD: Pictured are Pennie Muir, Regional Project Support Officer for Investors in Carers, Julie Evans, Practice Manager, Dr Bethan Scourfield and Jean Susdorf, Advanced Paramedic Practioner.PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Surgeries recognised for investing in carers

BROZE AWARD: Pictured are Pennie Muir, Regional Project Support Officer for Investors in Carers, Julie Evans, Practice Manager, Dr Bethan Scourfield and Jean Susdorf, Advanced Paramedic Practioner.PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Surgeries recognised for investing in carers

St Dogmaels gets ready to stage village show

PENfro 2014 set to be sharper than ever

The young members of Poppit Sands Surf Lifesaving Club

Medals galore at surf championships

Post Office relocation plans confirmed

NO MORE WAR: Cardigan Quaker Meeting held a peace vigil outside the Guildhall on Saturday.

Quakers campaign for peace

Wellington Bomber commemoration

Police investigate stolen salmon

GOOD CAUSE: The tournament at Llechryd Cricket Club will raise money for the East African Cricket Foundation.

Charity cricket tournament

Joyce Watson AM is pictured with Lizzy Wilberforce from the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales.

Joyce enjoys visit to Teifi wildlife project

UNEARTHING THE PAST: An archaeological dig at Castell Henllys.

Youngsters to get hands-on with history

PASSIONATE PROJECT: Stephanie Davies is appealing for people to help her translate her Welsh interviews into English.

Volunteers needed for Patagonia project

IN THE FIELD: Ysgol Cilgerran pupils dig into their village's past.

School pupils dig up their village roots

CARNIVAL COURT: Ella Rachel Davies, Oliver James, Tara Walters, Molly James and Tomos Lewis.

Carnival king and queen chosen

FIRST LADY: Mrs Cowley from Cwm y Egwlys presents the prize to the first lady home, Angharad Mair.

North Pembrokeshire race celebrates 25th year

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