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Protect pavements for pedestrians says Haverfordwest councillor

Cllr David Bryan last highlighted problem pavement parking in January 2015, with Access Officer Alan Hunt. PICTURE: Western Telegraph

A DRIVE for more considerate parking is being accelerated by a Haverfordwest County Councillor.

11:31am Sunday 25 September 2016

Between 10 and 12 Syrian families likely to settle in Pembrokeshire

Syrian refugee children chant slogans behind a fence at the Nizip refugee camp in Gaziantep province, southeastern Turkey, following a visit by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and top European Union officials, Saturday, April 23, 2016. Merkel and the offi

A change in Pembrokeshire County Council's refugee policy, which will make it easier for community groups to re-house families from war-torn Syria, has been welcomed by community campaigners.

6:08am Tuesday 20 September 2016

Huge 'swordfish' washed up on county beach finds new home at Natural History Museum

Pictured is the four-metre blue marlin with Oliver Crimmen (right) and James Maclaine from the Natural History Museum.

An enormous blue marlin washed up at Freshwater East now has a new home in one of the world’s leading marine collections - at the Natural History Museum in London.

3:13pm Monday 19 September 2016

Sale of company HQ led to collapse of coach business

Silcox had much of the school bus contract for Pembrokeshire. PICTURE: Martin Cavaney Photography.

THE sale of its well-known premises plunged a long-standing Pembrokeshire business even deeper into financial trouble from which it could not recover, a report has said.

12:48pm Wednesday 21 September 2016

Village celebrates blooming great victory

Ted Rogers and Revd Geoffrey Eynon of Wolfscastle in Bloom receive their Wales in Bloom awards from Cllr Ann Davies, Chairperson of Denbighshire County Council.

Wolfscastle remains among Wales' blooming best; It was announced on Friday, September 16, that the village has retained its prestigious Wales in Bloom trophy.

4:25pm Wednesday 21 September 2016

UPDATED: Former head of Sport Pembrokeshire attacks £700k leisure savings plan

Former head of Sport Pembrokeshire John Deason.

The former manager of Sport Pembrokeshire has hit out at controversial plans to try to save £700,000 on the running of leisure and culture services in the county.

10:12am Monday 5 September 2016

500 hit the road for the Western Telegraph Pembrokeshire County Run

The event was carried out in aid of the Paul Sartori Foundation. PICTURE: Andrew Butler

Over 500 cars, motorbikes, lorries and vans took part in the 19th Pembrokeshire County Run on Sunday which was an “outstanding success”, according to organiser Jeff Edwards.

5:02pm Monday 5 September 2016

Pembrokeshire swimmers soar over the summer

Some members of the Pembrokeshire County Swimming squad after receiving trophies for exceptional achievement at the recent PCS AGM.

County swimmers have enjoyed and outstanding summer.

3:14pm Friday 16 September 2016

Safety call as RNLI lifeguards end summer cover at Pembrokeshire beaches

Safety call as RNLI lifeguards end summer cover at Pembrokeshire beaches

RNLI lifeguards will finish their daily safety service on the beaches of Pembrokeshire this weekend.

7:10am Saturday 3 September 2016

Parents who owed £1,500 in school dinners costs caught in council debt crackdown

Parents who owe up to £1,500 in school dinner costs are among those issued with CCJs.

Pembrokeshire County Council is cracking down on bad payers - including parents who owe £1,500 in school dinners costs.

10:48am Friday 16 September 2016
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