LLANTEG 100 CLUB
Would you like to join our club?
Money raised is used to maintain and improve Llanteg Hall, help with publishing the newsletter and the village website. By joining the 100 Club you can help ensure Llanteg Hall remains open as a resource for all the residents in our community; as well as having a chance to win cash prizes.
It is £12 to join for a year.
We hold draws every two months (six in total) and there are three prizes each draw—normally £25, £15 and £10 – the more members we have the more the prizes can be. 50% of money raised goes towards prizes and the rest goes to Village Hall funds.
For information please ring Andy Webb on 831452 or email
The Quiz Night is organised by Llanteg Community Association.
Entry s £5 each to include a light supper. Teas and squashes etc will be provided but if you wish to have alcohol please bring your own.
The quiz begins at 7.30pm.
Please try and come and support this community event.
Local societies such as this rely on fundraising to keep going.
More details on ourTurbine page or on the National Park’s website.
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Currently the group meet at the chapel on the corner of Westfield Road whilst the Regency Hall is being rebuilt.
Talks are on the third Wednesday of each month from 7.30pm. Non members are welcome to attend at a cost of £1.50
15th May – George Geear ‘Chapel Bay Fort and Msueum’
19th June – Visit to Chapel Bay Fort Angle.
Llanteg Hall – 6-8pm.
Neighbourhood surgeries provides rural villages with a regular meeting place for community members to discuss their ideas, issues and concerns with local Police Community Support Officers.
Our local Community Support Officers are:
PCSO Hannah Francis
PCSO Jim Moffatt.
Application No 12/0795/PA.
Full details on the Pembrokeshire Council website.
Closing date for objections or support is 27/12/12.
The information regarding the new Turbine application “Land South of Crosslands Road Llanteg” is as follows:
The application number is 12/0604/PA
Submitted to PCC 28/09/12 (PCC date on application form)
Elevation Plans Validated 12/10/12
On PCC website 16/10/12
Closing date for objections is 12/11/12
It is approximately where the current anemometer is (behind Crofty) but taller (anemometer 40m)
It is 62m to top of blades (existing Turbine at Crunwere House is 35m).
Just heard this morning that there is new fencing around the perimeter of Crunwere Church.
Update – 28th September – have been up and taken some pictures – the old yard is nicely cut but now two thirds of the graveyard is locked off by the padlocked gate.
More images are on the church blog at www.crunwerechurch.blogspot.com
‘The picture shows Leslie Roberts from Sandy Grove, Llanteg, beside his large teasel plants. Leslie is around 5ft 5 inches tall so the plants are in the region of 9-10 feet.
These were bought as small plants from the internet to be grown as food for the wild birds, especially the finches. The seed heads from last year’s plants were much frequented in the wintertime.’ Tenby Observer 13 July 2012
Tallest currently standing at around 9ft 10inches. Information on the web suggests 2 metres is the height they normally grow to.
Now measuring 10ft tall on 17th July.
Some are just starting to flower but a lot bending over now with the stormy weather.