Religious Event Pastor Dodzi and a team of worship leaders are visiting New Life Church Pembrokeshire, from the Midlands to lead praise, worship and healing meetings in Llanteg Village Hall. The first meeting is 3pm to 5pm on Saturday 11th June. The second takes place on Sunday 12th June 10.45am-1pm. All are welcome to join the group for lively worship … Read More
The Information panel at Lanteague Wood has rotted and collapsed. We have been in touch with the Woodland Trust and have had very prompt replies: ‘The Woodland Trust – Hello, we’ve informed the Site Manager so they should be able to fix the problem as soon as possible. Thank you for letting us know!’ and then: ‘Thank you for your … Read More
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Llanteg Newsletter Spring 2016
The second season of the National Plant Monitoring Scheme is well underway with volunteers up and down the country going out to visit their squares. A huge thank you to everyone who helped to promote the NPMS in 2015, this has resulted in the recruitment of over 1100 volunteers. Results from 2015: We thought you might be interested to … Read More
The milestone opposite Myrtle Villa has been repainted and had its lettering neatly done in black. I would assume it was the Trunk Road Agency as the one at Oaklands on the old road and the one on Castle Ely Bridge have not been done.
This New Resident’s Blog lists local information that might be of use to new residents. It has been checked and updated today.
The Llanteg Business Map has been updated today. Amazingly there are 46 listed but there may be others we do not know about. It is up to the individuals concerned to check their entry is correct and up-to-date. Any errors or omissions please let me know.
From Western Telegraph website: The new Chairman of Pembrokeshire County Council is Councillor Tony Brinsden, a former Detective Chief Inspector. Councillor Brinsden was installed as Chairman at today’s Annual Meeting of Pembrokeshire County Council. He succeeds Councillor Wynne Evans, County Councillor for Narberth. Councillor Brinsden, who has been County Councillor for Amroth since 2004, supported a number of high-profile criminal … Read More