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Pictured, from left, are: Ted Harries, Mrs Williams, Deputy Mayor Dennis Evans, Mayor Pauline Waters, Sean Waters, Clerk Suzie Thomas, and Kevin Jones. Picture by Martin Cavaney. (26182318)

All change at Pembroke and Pembroke Dock

Dan is joined by students, staff and family members at the recent Fun Run. (25529135)

Pembroke School youngsters join fundraising councillor's charity challenge

Left picture: Andrew Clark (right) hands over the bomber seat to Heritage Centre crew members Tony Ward (left) and Steve Canton. Right picture: Guy Anderson with the Vickers machine gun. In front is the turret part from the French tank. Pictures by Martin

New attractions at Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre

Firefighters attend Angle barn fire

Firefighters attend Angle barn fire

Plans for two turbines near Hundleton have been turned down.

Hundleton turbine plan is refused

STRENGTH-TO-STRENGTH: Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company owner Jonathan Williams at Cafe Mor, Freshwater West.  PICTURE: Western Telegraph. (16251556)

Food 'Oscars' award for Pembroke Dock food company

SEEKING OWNER: The RSPCA is hoping to reunite a little Chihuahua dog, found on Golden Hill, Pembroke, with his owner. (13274455)

UPDATED: RSPCA appeal for little dog's owner

LET IT GO: Lamphey Little Ones Playgroup's Frozen themed Winter Craft Fayre.  (13025853)

Frozen themed Fayre raises Olaf of money for Lamphey Little Ones

Hundleton housing plans approved

Aldi given more time to bring store to Pembroke Dock

GRAND WIN: Jill Jack, Chairman Gareth Jones, Councillor Daphne Bush, Suzan Rand from Repic, Councillor Huw George, Development Officer Elizabeth Gossage.  (11899438)

Grand win for community centre

MEET THE TEAM: The new Street Pastors. (11327581)

Street team is here to listen

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES: Chelbie Jones is carving her own path in carpentry. (11308405)

Chelbie is building a great future in industry

HEALTH HUB: Pembroke Dock Library is to become a health hub.  (11619665)

Health Hub plan for Pembroke Dock library

Some of the newly appointed Trustees of the Pembroke Town Walls Trust CIO.

Pembroke’s walls take another step in the 'Journey Through Time'

The book's cover. (11332930)

Book takes closer look at local life

SKATE MATES: Friends of the park visited the site recently. (11325060)

Park is jewel in town crown

Pembroke to host a celebration of the humble apple

TRAGIC DEATH: Clifford Harries, pictured during his Army service.
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Chance to sit and reflect on soldier's life

SCHOOLS REORGANISATION: Second public meeting planned about Angle peninusla schools

SCHOOLS REORGANISATION: Second public meeting planned about Angle peninusla schools

WORK FORCE: 80 members of staff took part in the charity challenge. (11349380)

Local men take on Cardiff challenge

SKATING ALONG: The Friends of the Memorial Park group visited the recently completed skate park in Pembroke Dock.  (11252777)

Skate park popular in Pembroke Dock

35 jobs boost for Pembroke Dock firm

GROUP SHOT: Coffee morning volunteers in Pembroke. (11148629)

Morning makes a latte money for charity

GREAT JOB: Mr Simon Thomas with Iron Kids participants.


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Strong effort from school's Iron Kids

ENJOYING THE FRUITS OF THEIR LABOUR: Volunteer John Gossage with Pembroke 21C chairman and director Gareth Jones.

Apple-y ever after in Pembroke

PASSION FOR PAINTING: Author and artist David Bellamy has just published his 18th book.

Embrace the beauty of the winter months, says artist

Green light given to solar farm plans

ENGULFED: The car was destroyed in Friday night's fire.PICTURE: Martin Cavaney

Car 'totally destroyed' by fire

Farm's turbine plans approved

Planning consent given to Sageston slurry lagoon

Planning consent given to Sageston slurry lagoon

CALL IN: Pembroke Dock Encompass Group/Community Hub on 25 Dimond Street. 
PICTURE: Western Telegraph (10086914)

Come in and and see what we're all about, say hub volunteers

NEW VENTURE: Carew Castle's new manager, Daisy Hughes.
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Changing of the guard at Carew Castle

Preserving the past: MP Simon Hart and Station manager Andrew Morgan with the time capsule.  (9958040)

School children help Power Station preserve history

ICON OF STEAM: Nunney Castle 5029 is a member of the Great Western Railway 4073 ‘Castle’ Class.
PICTURE: Martin Cavaney (9875629)

Iconic locomotive steams into town

Local firms may have chance to help build wind farm

SCHOOL'S OUT: The youngsters at the library.

Wizard summoned for learning project

SEA SKILLS: RNLI Angle trainees Michael Higgins and Carl Morgan with Coxswain Lewis Creese. (9413822)

£1million funding helps teach lifesaving skills

UNIQUE STYLE: Guest vocalist Emily Kaijaks. PICTURE: Martin Cavaney (9198602)

Brass band wows crowds in birthday concerts

More than 100 people ready to take a leap of faith

Village green bid dealt a blow

EXHIBTION LAUNCH: Art Out West Open Studios is being launched at Castlemartin Community Cafe tonight (Wednesday, August 6).    (8889389)

Open studios sheds light on Art Out West

GAME ON: Organiser Cllr David Boswell and other town councillors with members of the two shooting clubs.  PICTURE: Martin Cavaney. (8859521)

Bergen twinning visit is bang on target

AMERICAN VISITOR: Public speaker, poet and writer Kevin Powell met children at Monkton Priory School recently. (8847150)

American activist speaks of 'incredible' Monkton experience

TOP PERFORMANCE: Pembroke Dock Community School.  PICTURE: Martin Cavaney. (8846175)

Town's history brought to life on stage

FUN FAIR: There was plenty to do at Monkton Village Fair. (8839156)

‘Something for everyone’ at Monkton Village Fair

Gillian, 82, shares Coast to Countryside sketches

CHEQUE IT OUT: Lucy Callan and Jemma Bowie-Hallam at ASDA Pembroke Dock.  
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Special Olympics given community life award

TEAM WORK: Volunteers from South Hook LNG and Pembroke 21 CIC at King’s Mill Wood.  
	
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Volunteers join in woodland management project

Town gears up for Bicentenary Water Festival

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