Rare treat for Hitchcock fans

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

12:28pm Friday 24th October 2014

NEWPORT Film Club will host a rare opportunity to hear a personal insight from Alfred Hitchcock's only authorised biographer, followed by a screening of Vertigo (1958) on Friday, November 7 at Newport Memorial Hall.

Diamond couple unveil life-saving gift

Western Telegraph: DIAMOND COUPLE: Aneurin and Phoebe Lewis unveil Newport's public access defibrillator.
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12:16pm Thursday 16th October 2014

NEWPORT now has a public access defibrillator thanks to the generosity of a diamond couple.

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

9:51am Tuesday 16th September 2014

RESIDENTS in Newport are being asked to play a role in determining future options for the town’s library and visitor information centre.

Disabled horse riding group needs your vote

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

11:23am Monday 15th September 2014

A HORSE riding group for the disabled is asking for the public’s support after being shortlisted for a community grants scheme.

Former Coleg Ceredigion student working for Damien Hirst

12:53pm Friday 12th September 2014

A FORMER Coleg Ceredigion art and design student has successfully secured a job with one of the world’s leading art figures.

Top names at weekend book festival

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

4:49pm Thursday 11th September 2014

FORMER Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams and twice-chaired Bard Ceri Wyn Jones will take the stage together at PENfro Book Festival this Saturday (September 13).

A weekend the crows will never forget

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

10:59am Friday 5th September 2014

CREATIVITY was unleashed in Moylegrove over the August bank holiday weekend.

Surgeries recognised for investing in carers

Western Telegraph: 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

5:12pm Friday 29th August 2014

DOCTOR surgeries in Newport and Crymych have been recognised for their commitment to helping carers.

Surgeries recognised for investing in carers

Western Telegraph: 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

5:10pm Friday 29th August 2014

DOCTOR surgeries in Newport and Crymych have been recognised for their commitment to helping carers.

St Dogmaels gets ready to stage village show

9:24am Friday 29th August 2014

ST DOGMAELS is preparing to hold its first village show next month, with something to keep the whole family entertained.

PENfro 2014 set to be sharper than ever

10:51am Monday 25th August 2014

AN annual book festival which celebrates the quality and diversity of writing in Wales takes place next month.

Medals galore at surf championships

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11:53am Friday 22nd August 2014

JUNIORS and Nippers from Poppit Sands Surf Lifesaving Club recently took part in the Welsh Championships at Aberavon.

Post Office relocation plans confirmed

10:46am Wednesday 13th August 2014

THE Post Office has confirmed its decision to move Tegryn Post Office from its current location a short distance away to Canolfan Clydau Community building.

Quakers campaign for peace

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

3:33pm Friday 8th August 2014

CARDIGAN Quaker Meeting held a peace vigil outside the Guildhall on Saturday, August 2 to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War.

Wellington Bomber commemoration

3:09pm Friday 8th August 2014

A WELLINGTON Bomber which crashed on the river in Cenarth 70 years ago will be remembered in a special service at the village war memorial

Police investigate stolen salmon

12:30pm Friday 1st August 2014

SOMETIME overnight on Wednesday, July 30 a large ornamental salmon was stolen from outside the Salmon Leap Café in Cenarth.

Charity cricket tournament

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

10:11am Friday 1st August 2014

CLYNFYW Care Farm in Abercych is organising a charity cricket tournament on Friday, August 8.

Joyce enjoys visit to Teifi wildlife project

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

3:20pm Tuesday 15th July 2014

MID and West Wales AM Joyce Watson recently visited the Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran to see how a new project to boost one of Wales’s most important habitats is coming along.

Youngsters to get hands-on with history

Western Telegraph: UNEARTHING THE PAST: An archaeological dig at Castell Henllys.

11:46am Tuesday 8th July 2014

AN EXCITING opportunity has arisen for aspiring archaeologists in Pembrokeshire.

Volunteers needed for Patagonia project

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

10:20am Friday 27th June 2014

VOLUNTEERS are needed to assist on an exciting new project which explores the lives of a Welsh colony living in Patagonia.

School pupils dig up their village roots

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

11:29am Friday 20th June 2014

A GROUP of north Pembrokeshire school pupils got their hands dirty last week all in the name of archaeology.

Carnival king and queen chosen

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

2:13pm Thursday 19th June 2014

A DISCO was held in St Dogmaels on Saturday, June 14 to decide who will be the village's carnival king and queen.

North Pembrokeshire race celebrates 25th year

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

3:59pm Thursday 12th June 2014

ALMOST 40 people got their running shoes on to take part in the annual Dinas Head race which took place on Bank Holiday Monday (May 26).

Bluestone Brewery is the best in the west

11:09am Monday 2nd June 2014

A NEW microbrewery in north Pembrokeshire achieved success at the recent West Wales Business Awards.

Emergency services unite in dramatic horse rescue

9:55am Friday 30th May 2014

THE Cardigan RNLI D-class lifeboat was launched at 7pm last Wednesday evening (May 28) after a call from the local coastguard to help recover a horse from the River Teifi near Cilgerran Castle.

Redevelopment brings Iron Age village to life

Western Telegraph: BUILDING AN IRON AGE FUTURE: Edryd Page (Dorian Phillips & Partners), Karen Everson (Castell Henllys), Dorian Phillips (Dorian Phillips & Partners Ltd), Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Chairman Cllr Mike James, Castell Henllys site man

4:54pm Friday 23rd May 2014

FAMILY life in the Iron Age will feel closer than ever as the redevelopment of a unique visitor attraction in the north of the county takes shape.

New community centre opens in Tegryn

Western Telegraph: Pictured at the opening of the new Canolfan Clydau are committee member Mike Vigars, Cllr David Pugh, Annabel Stewart, committee member, and Rod Bowen, committee chairman.

3:10pm Friday 23rd May 2014

AN eagerly-awaited new community centre for north Pembrokeshire has opened in Tegryn.

Welsh Government to decide on giant turbines

6:21pm Monday 19th May 2014

THE Welsh Government’s Planning Inspectorate will have the final say on whether to grant planning permission for two giant wind turbines in north Pembrokeshire.

Local chef flies the flag for Wales in Great British Menu

Western Telegraph: TOP CHEF: Andrew Beaumont will be representing Wales in the Great British Menu

10:32am Friday 16th May 2014

A NORTH Pembrokeshire chef will be putting his culinary skills to the ultimate test next week as he makes an appearance on BBC’s The Great British Menu.

Barley Saturday returns to Cardigan

Western Telegraph: A SIGHT TO BEHOLD: A stallion is run through the streets of Cardigan on Barley Saturday

10:27am Monday 21st April 2014

FOR some 150 years, the last Saturday in April has always been celebrated as Barley Saturday in Cardigan.

Care farm's 'wheelie good Idea' is helping to change lives

9:54am Friday 18th April 2014

A SHIPPING container full of refurbished wheelchairs and mobility aids has arrived in South Africa from north Pembrokeshire.

St Dogmaels volunteers enjoy wild weekend

Western Telegraph: Members of St Dogmaels Youth Club and Herb Garden

11:09am Thursday 17th April 2014

THE community of St Dogmaels recently got back to nature to give bees and butterflies a helping hand.

Dinas residents cut off after lightning strike

Western Telegraph: Hannah Havard's yard is cut off from communications (5179060)

10:21am Monday 7th April 2014

DINAS Cross residents have been left without telephone and internet services for more than two months, after lines were struck by lightning in February.

Innovative scooter scheme is wheely good

Western Telegraph: REVVING UP: Emma Leiws, Caroline Wilson, Joyce Watson AM, and Carina Newham get to grips with the new scooters

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9:34am Monday 7th April 2014

A RURAL transport scheme which puts people on the road to employment launched at Newport Links Golf Club on Friday, April 4.

Cardigan's new health facility moves a step closer

3:54pm Friday 28th March 2014

REPRESENTATIVES from the local community recently had the opportunity to learn more about plans for a new healthcare service in Cardigan.

Welsh colonists have fascinating stories to share

Western Telegraph: ADVENTURER: Stephanie Davies is joined in Patagonia by Ceredigion MP Mark Williams

2:48pm Thursday 27th March 2014

A PROJECT which aims to explore and celebrate the lives of a Welsh colony living in South America is off to a flying start.

All smiles for Newport dental practice

Western Telegraph: Pembrokeshire Dental Practice celebrates

9:25am Monday 17th March 2014

A DENTAL practice team in Newport is celebrating after ranking in the top three in the 2014 Local and Loved Awards.

Councillors go against expert advice and approve wind turbine

10:42am Friday 14th March 2014

COUNCILLORS went against planning officer’s advice and approved plans to site a 54 metre wind turbine near Boncath.

Hope hoping to land role next to opera star

Western Telegraph: HOPEFUL: 12-year-old James Hope auditions for Sweeney Todd at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff

2:19pm Friday 28th February 2014

A YOUNG singing star from north Pembrokeshire was among more than 30 hopefuls to try out for a prestigious role alongside Bryn Terfel at this summer’s Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod.

Boncath wind turbine application deferred

9:22am Monday 10th February 2014

A DECISION has been made to defer a planning application to erect a 330kW wind turbine near Boncath.

Villagers campaign for safer route between St Dogmaels and Poppit Sands

12:01pm Friday 24th January 2014

A PETITION has been launched calling for a safe, accessible path from St Dogmaels to Poppit Sands beach.

Construction students pitch in to help storm damaged community

3:26pm Thursday 23rd January 2014

FIRST year construction students at Coleg Ceredigion recently rolled up their sleeves to help clean up storm damage in north Pembrokeshire.

Cardigan woman embarks on an exciting journey of discovery

Western Telegraph: ADVENTURER: Stephanie Davies will set off for Patagonia in March

12:02pm Friday 17th January 2014

AN adventurous Cardigan woman is leading a project to explore, document and celebrate the stories of a Welsh colony living in South America.

Diamond couple raise money for charity close to their hearts

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12:07pm Friday 10th January 2014

A SPECIAL couple from Eglwyswrw have celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary by joining the fight against heart disease.

Councillors to carry out wind turbine site visit

12:01pm Thursday 9th January 2014

COUNCILLORS voted to carry out a site visit before deciding on plans to erect a 54 metre wind turbine near Boncath.

Oar-some effort by Pembrokeshire rower

Western Telegraph: DREAM TEAM: Ed and Nick are well on their way to raising £250,000 for Breakthrough Breast Cancer

12:47pm Friday 27th December 2013

A PEMBROKESHIRE sailor is back on dry land after attempting to row 2,600 miles across the Atlantic Ocean.

AM lobbies Post Office over Cardigan closure

12:01pm Tuesday 24th December 2013

MID and West Wales Assembly Member Joyce Watson has pressed the Post Office for answers about the continued closure of the Cardigan office.

Local business gallops to success

3:07pm Friday 29th November 2013

ON Sunday, November 24 a north Pembrokeshire business picked up two prizes at the Welsh National Wedding Awards 2013.

MP visits thriving north Pembrokeshire businesses

Western Telegraph: NEW RECRUITS: Stephen Crabb is photographed with Karl Kevren and Ross Davies, Frenni Transport’s newest employees

1:34pm Thursday 21st November 2013

LOCAL MP Stephen Crabb recently spent the day visiting businesses across the north of the county.

Tigers roar to success

Western Telegraph: GEARING UP: The Aberteifi Tigers will compete in UK national races next year PICTURE: Western Telegraph

4:51pm Friday 8th November 2013

A TEAM of motoring enthusiasts from Cardigan Secondary School is on the road to success.

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