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Tenby & Saundersfoot

St Oswald's pupils are delighted with the success of their community defibrillator appeal. (55150893)

Life-saving equipment installed at Jeffreyston school

Penally train station's new information screen is the final one to be installed in the Arriva Trains Wales network. Pictured with ATW's Catherine Sweeney and Emma Davies are John Horner from the sign's installation company and Martin Keane from Network Ra

Penally station works complete £6.5m improvements

Double Urdd swimming champion James Ardern proudly takes his top podium place. (54361620)

Double crown for Stepaside swimmer James

£2m Tenby Co-op jobs boost hopes

£2m Tenby Co-op jobs boost hopes

Tenby and District Camera Club chairman Neil Thomas is pictured receiving the Brian Jennings trophy won by the club. (53689310)

Tenby Camera Club snaps top prize

A public inquiry is being held into an appeal over St Catherine's Island planning conditions. PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (53693224)

Public inquiry date for iconic Tenby landmark St Catherine's Island

As the fight to save Tenby's Avenue Centre continues, parents, carers and supporters are pictured with Simon Thomas AM, who has lent his support to the campaign. (52904183)

Support grows, and grows, for Tenby's closure-threatened Avenue Centre

Staff recruitment is still ongoing at Tenby Surgery, which has been without its full complement of GPs for 18 months. (52116597)

Tenby Surgery staff recruitment "still an issue"

A lineout in the waves for the Amroth dippers. PICTURE: Malcolm Richards Photography (51991666)

Brave souls make a splash at Amroth New Year Swim

More than £1,200 is to be presented to the Paul Sartori Foundation thanks to Sheila and Vic Norman's Christmas lighting display. PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (51311999)

Kilgetty Christmas house raises more than £1,200 for hospice charity

Tenby Boxing Day Swim sponsors Tim Brace (centre) of FBM Holidays and David Lewis of Lewis Lewis & Co are pictured with event chairman Chris Osborne.PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (50315118)

Tenby Boxing Day Swim praised for promoting town

Pictured  with the cheque to Children in Need for £5,785 are Kilgetty Motor Factors sales rep, John Harries; company secretary, Jan Holt and managing director, Alan Holt. (50121627)

Kilgetty Motor Factors Karting Grand Prix raises nearly £6,000 for charity

The Paul Sartori Foundation receive cheques for £5,002 from Max Brewster on behalf of his aunty, Nic Bowen, and £424.75 from the Friends of Saundersfoot School running team. PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (49570374)

£5,000 raised for hospice charity in memory of Tenby teacher

Children's author Eloise Williams with her new book, Elen's Island, which is a festive choice by a top reading charity. (49564483)

Saundersfoot children's author takes place alongside top writers like J K Rowling

St Issell's new non-stipendiary minister, the Rev Shirley Rayner is pictured (second right) with the Rector, Rev Marianne Osborne; Area Dean, Canon Andrew Grace and Archdeacon, Ven. Canon Dennis Wight. (49532001)

New role in St Issell's for Shirley

Tenby Sea Swimming Association chair Chris Osborne receives Oakwood's sponsorship cheque from the theme park's Clare Stansfield. (48631174)

Theme park backs Tenby Boxing Day Swim

These seasonal decorations looked almost good enough to eat. PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (48731039)

Festive fun as Saundersfoot lights up for Christmas

Narberth CP School pupils, parents and teachers are pictured on their Road Safety Week walk. They are accompanied by road safety staff, a local PCSO, Cllr Huw George, cabinet member for the environment, and Cllr Wynne Evans, chairman of Pembrokeshire Coun

Narberth youngsters make huge strides for road safety

Tenby Talking Newspaper chairman Eva Rich and Tenby Masonic Lodge's Worshipful Master, David Embra, are pictured with the new cd duplicator. With them are members of the lodge and Talking Newspaper volunteers. (48624778)

£500 donation for Tenby Talking Newspaper

Saundersfoot CP School pupils have been busy making festive lanterns for Friday's illuminated procession into the village's Christmas market. PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (47990918)

Spectacular start planned for Saundersfoot's Christmas

Father Christmas and the mayor of Tenby, Councillor Paul Rapi, received a warm welcome in the town despite Saturday's bad weather. PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (47959095)

Emergency services help Father Christmas

The Kilgetty Co-op’s fundraising team present the store’s £500 donation to Stepaside CP School head teacher, Paul Harries. (47957549)

Stepaside school supermarket boost

Brothers Christian Holden and Father Marcus Holden are pictured (centre) on their film shoot, with cameraman Nick Curtis and co-presenter, Father Nicholas Schofield. (46226686)

Brothers' key role in Canterbury pilgrimage documentary

Tenby Sea Swimming Association treasurer Barbara Priest is presented with the Princes Gate sponsorship cheque from the company’s Juliana Morgans. (46118779)

Spring water company splashes out for Tenby swim

Royal British Legion and community representatives at the unveiling of the New Hedges memorial plaque.PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (46115903)

New memorial plaque unveiled in New Hedges

Getting into the Hallowe'en spirit for Saundersfoot's Big Bang weekend are Chamber for Tourism chairman Phil Odley (right) and members Emma MacMillan, Belinda Brett, Dilys Hackett, Paul Hancock and Michael Slade.PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (43880

Weekend will go with a bang

Tenby's mayor, Paul Rapi (seated, second right), town councillors Christine Brown and Tish Rossiter and Paul Morris of Steps2Health meet Pembrokeshire County Council's deputy leader, Keith Lewis and chief executive, Ian Westley at the Pembrokeshire County

Funding cuts the hot topic at Tenby meeting

Alan Brindley's  Home to Roots social networking website is one of only three Welsh projects to make a national contest shortlist. PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (40089187)

Competition hopes for Tenby website

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

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