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Dan Mumford thanks Steve Lloyd of W P Lewis & Son for his sponsorship which enabled him to travel to last weekend's half marathon. (39929681)

Finish line approaches for fundraising runner Dan

Tenby’s all-weather lifeboat approaches the jetty on Caldey Island in response to a monk who had been taken ill. PICTURE: RNLI (39308089)

Mercy mission rescues Caldey monk

Pass Plus Cymru draw winner, Hanako Lander, is pictured with Pembrokeshire County Council's road safety officer, Kirstie Donoghue, and deputy leader, Councillor Keith Lewis. (36394471)

Cash prize for young motorist

A bagpiper and 12 standards led the parade through Saundersfoot.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography

VJ Day commemorated in Saundersfoot

Syndey Vickery, Lola the Labrador and her relieved owners, who gave a generous on-the-spot donation to the RNLI charity. PICTURE: RNLI (35189610)

Lucky Lola rescued by Tenby RNLI after island swim bid

Valli the elephant looks on as the Goscar Oscar trophy is presented to Elliot Muir of Skanda Vale by Tenby Sea Swimming Association's Ray Lowe, Nicole Evans and Barbara Priest. (34408776)

Elephant size donation for Skanda Vale

Helping history to live on by bringing back the name of London House to her business is Stephanie Smith, pictured with Pembrokeshire County Council cabinet member Councillor Rob Lewis. (34407528)

Historic building name reinstated for Narberth business

Saundersfoot in Bloom prize-winners are pictured with Clr. Phil Baker; Saundersfoot in Bloom chairman, Keith Williams, president, Duncan Hilling, vice-chairman Joan Allen and secretary Rosemary Hayes. 
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography

Saundersfoot in Bloom celebrations

'Irondad' Oliver Simon cuts the ribbon to officially open the new Early Years playground at St Teilo's School, alongside the Friends of St Teilo's chairman and vice chairman, Nicole Ferguson and Marie Rixon. (33364664)

St Teilo's School ready for extra play in new term

Making a Difference at Narberth pool are volunteers from Lloyds Banking Group. (31843556)

Facelift for Narberth pool

Tenby Junior School celebrates its Sustainable Schools Acorn award. Pictured with pupils Noah, Hannah, Iwan, Megan, Jasmine, James and Edward are teacher Michael Scale, Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship co-ordinator and Janie Pr

Tenby school joins sustainable scheme award winners

Tenby Male Choir chairman Terry Evans and accompanist Jill Williams are pictured (front) with the choir’s new cd. With them (back) are musical director Ian Wiliams and choristers Tom Pearce, Gordon Hughes, Eric Mullins, Peter Spacey, Dave Blackmore, Kev

Tenby Choir celebrates 40 years

Tenby Brownies gather round their former Brown Owl, Margaret Peake, to present her with their retirement gifts.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography

Tenby Brownies celebrate retired Brown Owl

The Children's Commissioner for Wales, Sally Holland (right), joins in a scooter workshop at St Teilo's School, Tenby to mark its national Big Pedal award. (28420114)

School transforms daily commute

Margaret Thompson and Cancer Research UK nurse Catherine McPhee are encouraging women to take part in the charity's Race for Life. (28366448)

Call for women to join Race for Life

The former site of Tenby Cottage Hospital, where planning permission has been granted for 10 houses.PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (27704370)

Planning permission for old Tenby hospital site

Tenby's new mayor, Councillor Paul Rapi and the mayoress, Mrs Sarah Rapi, are pictured with Sergeant at Arms, John Morgan; outgoing mayor and new deputy mayor, Councillor Sue Lane; deputy mayoress, Charley (correct) Reohorn) and town clerk Andrew Davies.

New Tenby mayor takes up role

Gregory Mott on holiday in Tenby with his carers Gareth Jones and Kimberley Bennett; Elizabeth Sleight from the Harriet Davis Trust and Soroptimists Pam Maggs and Anne Kelly. (24903165)

Tenby Soroptimist International's busy year

Pupils from Pen-y-Bryn School are joined by their headteacher, Gethin Sutton and Folly Farm's Zoe Wright and Emma Owen for their book launch.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography

Children design species book for Folly Farm

Sisters Molly and Emily, with their parents Sarah and James, are pictured at the opening of Tenby's new Ty Hafan shop with the mayor of Tenby, Councillor Sue Lane and Matt Williams, the charity's retail general manager. (20801224)

Lucky day for Ty Hafan in Tenby

Sue Mason, registered manager of Pen-Coed Care Home, is pictured with the Age Cymru award. With her are Kellie Davies of the Dale Road Group; Stella Mayor of category sponsor, JMD Law and Chris Corcoran, who presented the event. (20261366)

National award for care home

Arthritis Research UK fundraiser Tracy Beynon is pictured before and after her birthday headshave. (19205948)

Mum heads up fundraiser for arthritis research

Setting the style for Saundersfoot's patriotic 'selfie' competition are Saundersfoot Chamber for Tourism's Phil Odley, Michael Slade, Maria Smith, Debbie Apperley, David Kirkpatrick and Dai Ellis.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography

Snap a 'selfie' in Saundersfoot

Martletwy YFC welcome their very own Ironman Sion Jenkins.

Martletwy YFC welcome new members

Campaigners receive confirmation that a CDU will be built at Withybush

Campaign success for Chemotherapy Day Unit at Withybush Hospital


Come and find out what Martletwy YFC has to offer

On song: Ruthie Thomas. (10351143)

Hymns inspired by the county

Saundersfoot swim cheque handed over

Beach treasure: Tavernspite pupils display their inventions made from seashore debris. (9383350)

Beach finds inspire poems

Tenby stop off for charity riders

Visible smoke warning from Pendine range

Celebration visit: Welsh tourism minister Edwina Hart is pictured with Malcolm Brace (left) and Patrick Jenkins at the Giltar Hotel on Monday.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography

Tenby hoteliers share business success with Minister

Band of fundraisers: Ollie and Leila Bonner are pictured presenting their donation to Tenby RNLI's deputy mechanic, Robert Beynon. (9384565)

Children raise funds for lifeboat

Successful service: Saundersfoot pharmacist John Patel is ready to Triage and Treat. (9166952)

'Triage and Treat' hailed a success

Rail campaigner: Tenby station action call from Peter Hill. (8938157)

Tenby railway station needs attention

All aboard: Fire authority deputy Wynne Evans is joined by Tenby firefighters for Tenby lifeboat's Caldey visit.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography

Life savers showcase safety service

Taking place on the afternoon of Sunday August 31, the swim to Tenby looks set to raise several thousand pounds for the RNLI, thanks to the sponsorship of its 100 swimmers. 
The event is sponsored by Princes Gate Water, Big Brum's, Milford Haven Port

Local boatmen and water organisations supporting Caldey Swim

Fears new micro-brewery in Saundersfoot could turn into a pub allayed

Serving up help: Staff from Sainsbury’s in Tenby and the Harriet Davis Trust celebrate the new charity partnership. With them are Laura Melhuish from Aberdare, and her parents Malcolm and Margaret, who are on holiday in one of the Trust’s hous

Tenby store's fundraising success

Popular broadcaster to hold museum talk

Tourist fined for hurling late night abuse at police

Chance to discuss demolition plans

Displays mark 100 years since Great War

SPORTING CREW: Oliver Simon (third left) and Tenby Leisure Centre colleagues celebrate their Long Course Weekend successes. (8419718)

Long Course champion congratulated

TOUR DE FORCE: Young cyclists pedal away in the Tour de Tenby.
PICTURE: Martin Cavaney Photography.

300 join the Tour de Tenby

DIG THIS: Manorbier Newton's garden fundraisers raised over £3,000 for Pembrokeshire's Shalom House. (8370042)

Small community has a big heart

Woodturners show off their craft

Going swimmingly: Sara Andrew (second left) from the Port of Milford Haven presents the £500 sponsorship to Caldey-Tenby swim committee members Val Coates Rees, Nicola Coates and Chris Osborne. (8102568)

Port on board for charity swim

Triathlon for Taverners: Dr Martin Mackintosh. (7905448)

Triple challenge for Templeton doctor

Time to grow: Jacqs Scourfield's business is expanding into laser-cut clocks and gifts. (7591859)

Young entrepreneur looks to expand business

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