Some pictures from last night’s BBQ at The Claypits. This took place after the walk around the village but unfortunately some people were not able to stay after the walk finished. We were lucky to have glorious sunshine all day and evening.
SOME HISTORY EVENTS AROUND LAUGHARNE AND PENDINE IN SEPTEMBER – ALSO A WALK AT TENBY TENBY – Also A chance to take a tour of Tenby‘s historic town walls is on offer as part of a forthcoming Welsh heritage event. Four different sections of the 13th Century walls that aren’t usually open to the public will be accessible in a … Read More
AUGUST ♦ Walk – Llanteg August 29th, Bank Holiday Monday – A 5 k walk around Llanteg village, starting at Llanteg Village Hall at 2pm. You can leave your food in the hall if its a warm day but there is no fridge so include some cool packs.A bit of history on Llanteg, to include, the Claypits, The Old School Garden, Woodland … Read More
Re: Pembrokeshire Wellbeing Survey Public service providers across West Wales are working together to assess the state of well-being of local people and communities, now and for the future. Many factors can influence the well-being of individuals and communities, such as economic, environmental and social factors. … Wellbeing in Pembrokeshire We are asking individuals and organisations what affects their wellbeing. … Read More
AMROTH CHURCH – Festival of craft this summer to celebrate the creativity of our local artisans and craft groups. This will be held in the church this August, displaying throughout the week Tuesday – Saturday 11am- 4pm with a closing celebratory service on Sunday 7th August at 5pm.
For anyone coming tomorrow who doesn’t know Llanteg, the sat nav postcode is SA67 8PY, think it takes YOu to gate more or less…. CHECK OUT THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE – ‘Llanteg Charity Fun Day’ or message – email@example.com Also see the signs all around the village. From 12-5pm – all in aid of Wales Air Ambulance.
100 CLUB – The second draw for 2016/2017 was carried out at a Hall Meeting on 4th July and the winners were; 1st prize Sue James (No 38) £25, 2nd prize Jane Harries (No 30) £15. 3rd prize Polly Raymond (No 48) £10.
Pictures courtesy of Ieuan Williams.