Another Community Councillor Vacancy


A vacancy exists for a community councillor

Any interested residents of the Community (which includes Stepaside, Llanteg, Summerhill and Pleasant Valley) and are eligible to stand as a community councillor are invited to apply. This is an opportunity to take an active part in decisions affecting your community.

The eligibility criteria are:

  1. A Commonwealth citizen (includes a British subject);

  2. Is aged 18 or over;

  3. Is an elector;

  4. Either for the past twelve months:

    1. has resided in the community

    2. or within three miles of it;

    3. or occupied land or premises in the community as an owner or tenant

    4. or has their principal or only place of work there.

If there is no request for an election the successful applicant will be co-opted to join the Community Council and invited to attend meetings on the penultimate Thursday of the month.

For more information about the post please contact

the Clerk, Jessica Morgan

Applications should be sent in writing by 15 June 2015 to J Morgan, Merryville, Broadmoor,

Kilgetty, SA68 0RN

Family Fun Day – field at Rose Cottage

Sunday 26th July—12-6pm

Field south of Old School Gardens

A free entry family fun day to help raise funds for Wales Air Ambulance, with a donation to Tavernspite CP and Llanteg Village Hall.
Field based event with lots to see and do…. including demo and circus skills workshop with Circusdayze, lazer targets with Battlefield Live Pembs, Shotokan Karate, Carmarthen Twirlers, Kelly Williams School of Dance, Andrew Jenkins DJ, Dylan the Dragon mascot, live music from The Newly Deads and Frozen songs with Kelly Joanne Treasure, open mic, Bigplaynarberth, various stalls, bouncy castles, disney slide, kids slip and slide, pony rides, kids rides, raffle with amazing prizes, tarot readings, face painting, Pembrokeshire Pet Parties, dog flyball display team, harpist, spray art/glitter tattoos, tug of war, team games and much more….
Also BBQ, Pembrokeshire Wood-Fired Pizza, Bar, Vanilla Soft Ice Cream Cart, slush puppy and candyfloss…
More event details on Llanteg Charity Fun Day Facebook page

Helpers—can we ask if anyone wants to help, even for an hour or so (eg selling raffle tickets, running a stall, etc then please get in touch.  Also first aiders needed plus someone to be Dylan the Dragon…and Dylan’s guide.

Contact  - or ring 07792 497970.


THE AUDIENCE ANSWERS – article by Peter Watson


Dear Reader

Energy issues are based in temperature-variations, which in turn fluctuate according to effects of solar-radiation permeating our atmosphere and striking our Earth’s surface.

While hardier species of plants and animals have been able to adapt to adverse weather conditions, mankind went the way of building shelters and controlling their internal atmosphere by burning Earth’s resources.

With population numbers rising, noticing the anomaly of compromise in order to survive becomes unavoidable, and attention, therefore, is directed more at the cause of hostile environmental conditions rather than the presently accepted option of protection alone.

People have been willing to settle for pollution – they must, because they are the ones making it – but as their numbers increase, so does the pollution, which, eventually must eradicate itself according to natural law.

Meanwhile, as energy-issues rise to crisis-points, we have an opportunity to look at this matter from the perspective of solar-radiation control – the cause of atmospheric and environmental storm-conditions – with a view to understanding a natural solution.

Would Mr Andrew Buckley, and the Major Energy Users’ Council, be approachable to further discussion along the lines of moderation (control) of solar-radiation? We have, after all, enough science and technology to reach the stars, so that conceivably our combined ideas could usefully spare some energy to address this feasible alternative of seeking to cooperate with nature’s forces.

Yours sincerely,


Peter J Watson | BSc Architectural Technology (CIAT Accredited)
Atlas and Partners – Architectural Services

Wanderer’s Rest Inn Reopening

The Wanderer’s Rest Inn at Llanteglos is reopening for site guests and the general public as of FRIDAY 27TH MARCH  from 5 p.m.

Friday 27th March - 5 p.m. till 11 p.m.

Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th March - Noon till 11 p.m.

Monday 30th, Tues 31st and Wed 1st Apr - CLOSED


Then from 2nd April onwards……

5 – 11 p.m. weekdays

12 noon – 11 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays

Drinks only but we’ll announce when the kitchen reopens for meals as soon as we hear.

It is hoped locals will support it by coming in regularly, the prices will be very reasonable.