Sadly, after more than a 100 years, Crunwere Mothers’ Union finally ceased at the end of 2013.
With the increasing age of members and a declining membership due to ailing health Crunwere Branch has finally ceased.
A very sad day for the village when another old institution has disappeared, though well done to members for carrying on since Crunwere Church’s closure in 2009.
Spin a Yarn! Bettina Becker of Pembrokeshire Guild of Spinners Weavers and Dyers is running free spinning classes at Bloomfield, Narberth on Saturday 3rd May and 7th June between 10am and 1pm. Drop spindles and spinning wheels available but BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL. Contact Bettina on 01437 563657 or email email@example.com
Join her to learn, improve your spinning or just spin along.
The latest winners were drawn at the History Meeting on 18th February and were:
1st 77 £31 Mr and Mrs Hinman
2nd 32 £18 Badgers Bowls Club
3rd 49 £13 Tony Brinsden
The prizes are larger than usual because this was the final draw of the year and with 52 members we had £24 more in membership income than usual, so the prize fund is £12 greater.
Application 13/0920/PA Land West of Crunwere House
The erection of 225KW wind turbine (31m to hub, 45m to blade tip) and associated
Application Type: Full
Area: Amroth Community Council
Main Location: Land West of Crunwere House, Crosslands Road, Llanteg, Pembrokeshire
Applicant Details MDA Renewables Ltd Agent Details Geraint John Planning Ltd
Any objections in by the 7th March.
Featuring our very own Jane Baron of Llanteglos in the chorus.
Our new relocated footpath didn’t last long before being temporarily closed for Health & Safety reasons – no idea where or what the problem is – its also roped off by Hillcrest.
There is a phone number on the notice if anyone wants more information.
New sign appears to be going up on the A477 just east of the Folly Crossroads.