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  • Police investigate Solva loo fire

    Police in the north of the county are appealing for witnesses to a fire that took place between 5pm last night and 8.30am this morning (Monday). The fire took place in the ladies' public toilets opposite the church in Solva. Vandals set fire to

  • Strumble Head tug "just killing time"

    A tug which has been circling the Strumble Head area today (Monday) has prompted several calls to coastguards. The vessel named The North has a barge in tow but is unable to continue her journey due to weather conditions. She cannot

  • Councillor demands flooding investigation

    Investigations into alleviating flooding in one of the worst-hit spots in Pembrokeshire are being called for by a county councillor. The highway between Gumfreston Hill and Heywood Lane, Tenby frequently becomes impassable to traffic during a period

  • Arson attempt was "a bid to be rehoused"

    A woman set fire to her own home in what the prosecution claimed was a bid to be rehoused, a judge heard today (Monday). Kerrie Anne Thomas, aged 37, had previously admitted arson and was due to stand trial at Swansea crown court accused of the more

  • Cruise ship chef evacuated from Fishguard

    A chef onboard a cruise vessel was evacuated and taken to hospital on Friday after he became ill. The 51-year-old was working on the cruise ship Hebridean Princess when he became unwell. The incident was passed to Milford Haven coastguard HQ from

  • Fishguard "Tesco deal" reports dismissed

    Reports that a new Tesco supermarket for Fishguard has been signed and sealed by Pembrokeshire County Council have been dismissed by several sources this week. Last Friday a local newspaper reported that a deal had been fixed "in a top level meeting

  • Fire fighters "exceeded the call of duty" in Friday's floods

    Pembrokeshire's have been praised for their valiant efforts in Friday night's flooding. Between 4.45pm and 8.15pm on Friday Mid and west Wales fire service received 141 flooding calls, most of them from Pembrokeshire, and 16 appliances, the swift

  • Bethel Church, Pembroke Dock

    Bethel Church Sunday Services November 22nd. 11am Morning service speaker Mr Jeremy Evans; 5.30pm prayer meeting; 6pm evening communion service preacher Rev Ifor Williams; 7.30pm Tuesday prayer meeting and bible study Rev Adrian Vaughan; 12 noon Wednesday

  • Tesco Charity Fundraising

    Tesco Charity Fundraising Customers and staff have helped raise a total of £3,800 for the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign, which is Tesco's charity of the year. A number of events were held including a Virtual Everest Climb, a Tesco charity football tournament

  • The Royal British Legion

    The Royal British Legion The branch AGM was held at the Services Club on November 11th. A new member Mr Tim Phillips was welcomed to the branch. The meeting was opened by the branch chaplain Canon Geoffrey Gwyther who paid tribute to those members who

  • Armistice Day Service

    The Royal British Legion Armistice Day Service The Armistice Day Service held at the County Cenotaph was led by the Chairman Mr Ken Humphreys, who read the Exhortation. Standards of the Legion were lowered as the Last Post was sounded and two minutes

  • Camrose News

    Camrose News Christmas bingo November 27th 8pm. Christmas Bazaar December 5th 1pm.

  • Dozens rescued from flooded vehicles

    Dozens of people were rescued from their cars on Friday night as they battled to get home for the weekend against heavy rain and flooded roads. Between 4.45pm and 8.15pm on Friday Mid and west Wales fire and rescue service received 141 flooding calls

  • St Clements Church, Neyland

    St.Clement's Neyland. The Alpha group met for a social evening & watched a film; this Saturday they have a day at Ffald-y-Brenin on the Holy Spirit. Last Thursday as part of 'Alive & Kicking' Sana came and talked about her recent trip with 'Love Russia

  • Llangwm rowers rule the waves

    Newport hosted the much anticipated opening regatta of the Welsh Sea Rowing Association 2009 calendar. The hard training and dedication procured a record number of crews. Among the usual suspects and big hitters were Aberdyfi, Mochras, Aberystwyth

  • Leader praises county's dedicated council workers

    Pembrokeshire County Council leader, John Davies, has paid tribute to council workers who worked through the night at the height of Friday's floods. Gangs of workmen were on duty throughout the county clearing drains, distributing sandbags

  • Waterloo Club

    Weekly members draw winners were: David Coombes (not claimed) with the consolation bottle of whisky being won by Jackie Lloyd. Prizes next week are £100 in cash with a half bottle of whisky as consolation. Weekly draw winners were: Jock B.,

  • Wolfscastle WI

    Wolfscastle WI Members enjoyed the annual harvest Supper. A variety of savoury and sweet dishes had been prepared and served by Anne N, Barbara, Jean and Anthea. Two tellers from Letterston WI Rhian Howells and Sylvia Deeken joined us to elect the

  • Tabernacle Church

    Tabernacle Church Haverfordwest The services last Sunday were led by Rev Steve Woods and the organist was James. On Tuesday the Men's Fellowship meet . Last week the speaker at the Ladies Guild meeting was Rev Geoffrey Eynon. Next Sunday the morning

  • Angle Social Club Draw

    Angle Social Club draw November 13th: 1st prize - £50: Kim, Ashdale (0202). 2nd Prize - £25: Edna, Croft Court (1160). 3rd Prize - £15: Togie, Ashdale (0247).

  • Friends of Havenhurst

    Friends of Havenhurst A service of Remembrance was held in Havenhurst Day Centre, conducted by the Rev Paul Bartlett, with the hymn singing being accompanied by pianist Mr Peter Griffiths. A short poem was read by Mrs Doreen Goldthorpe and Charlotte

  • Burton Christmas Fayre

    Burton V C School Christmas Fayre is on November 18th at 6.30pm at Beggers Reach Hotel, Burton. All welcome.

  • Whist Drive, Haverfordwest

    Whist Drive The weekly whist drive was held at the Services Club, Haverfordwest on Wednesday November 11th. The winners were 1st lady Mrs J Barry; 2nd lady Mrs B Lloyd; 1st gent Mr K Evans; 2nd gent Mr R Kerslake. The draw winner was Mrs I Kerslake

  • Haverfordwest Arts Club

    Haverfordwest Arts Club Young brass instrument players from Tasker Milward and Thomas Picton ensembles entertained us with a varied selection of music. They are taught as part of Pembs Music Teacher Service. Some are competing in the Chevron Musical

  • Really Wild about new farm shop

    A couple who founded the iconic Really Wild Food Festival have joined forces with a Pembrokeshire farmer who shares their passion for food to open a farm shop dedicated to locally-sourced produce. Brian Powdrill and Julia Horton-Powdrill, whose

  • Faith doesn’t die it grows

    Dear Editor Countless pundits have prophesied the imminent death of the Christian faith in Wales and so it was especially pleasing to note that BBC Wales has recognised the growth and influence of evangelical Christianity in recent years (Week In Week