Pembrokeshire Public Services Board (PSB), in partnership with the Western Telegraph, is pleased to announce the Pride in Pembrokeshire award. Today, Nick Evans came along to our Coffee Morning to hand over our award – we shall be receiving £200 for hall funds. (In pictures are also Sue James and Mary Megarry – Hall Secretary and Hall treasurer. Photos from … Read More
Monday 9th Sept – Crunwere Creative Art Group at Llanteg Hall from 10-12noon. Everyone welcome. This meeting we are focusing on painting an image of an autumn landscape or something connected with the season – or you can do your own thing. Patricia Phillips 831497 email@example.com Monday 9th Sept – Tair Nant Wildlife – Marros Beach Clean 11am – meeting … Read More
Good evening everyone, Within regard to our visit to Paul and Liz O’Neil garden at Llwyngarreg Llanfallteg SA34 0XH. http://www.llwyngarreg.co.uk It looks like Friday’s weather forecast is not very good, so I’ve cancelled our visit, but the alternative date is Sunday the 11th of August and starting at 2pm. If you would like to car share, then can you meet … Read More
So sorry for the short notice – the weather doesn’t look very promising for Sunday so how would you all feel if we changed the dragonfly day to this Saturday instead? We can still meet at 12pm ( 3rd August ) and take a picnic. Please let Dee know as soon as you can, or reply to this email, then … Read More
Communications Survey The survey is part of a review of our communications. It will help us to assess if what we are doing at the moment is working and how we might improve things for the future. Pembrokeshire County Council has 60 Councillors, who each represent residents in different areas of Pembrokeshire. Councillors have a duty to serve their communities … Read More
Last weekend the Long Course Weekend was held in Pembrokeshire. This is a major event, which celebrated its 10th Anniversary last weekend. PCC have asked for feed back from businesses and residents to enable them to fully review the impact this event has. This year road closures were introduced on the Saturday and Sunday All comments are welcome and specifically … Read More
Amroth Community Council are concerned that the 2 roads from Llanteg to Amroth beach starting from St Elidyr’s Church are very narrow, and can be dangerous and congested when used by two way traffic. We are inviting comments as to whether it would be a sensible solution to make them one way as shown on the accompanying map. i.e., from … Read More
Nice coverage in the Tenby Observer yesterday for our Jo Cox and History event last Sunday.