Finally Crunwear Tithe map is online. Not done anything with it yet – we have various bits of paper copies over the years but this makes it more accessible for people to see. http://cynefin.archiveswales.org.uk/en/tithe-maps/visualize/#Crunwear&/transcribe/245924974321/&/georeference/669020973464/&/visualize/669020973464&&/map/682788114404/
Thanks to all those residents – both old and new, who came along to our Pot Luck Get-together tonight. It was lovely to see the hall full and great to get to know so many new faces and for them to meet each other. We had a surfeit of lovely food and lots of chat. We hope you all enjoyed … Read More
Just to let everyone know that we now have a post box back on the Lower Road, just outside York House – only a few yards away form where it used to be.
The fourth draw was carried out at the Hall Meeting on 14th November and the winners were: 1st prize, Sylvia Johnson (No.63) £25; 2nd prize, Roger Harries (No.29) £15; 3rd prize, Ann Newman (No.15), £10.
The latest Autumn/Winter Newsletter has just been printed and is being delivered around the village. It is also online at www.llantegvillagenewsletters.blogspot.co.uk
Dear whom it will concern Pembrokeshire County Council is seeking the views of bus passengers across the county in a bid to get more people to use the service. Residents, visitors, and potential bus users are being invited to answer a short questionnaire that will help shape its future. The bus service is provided for the people of Pembrokeshire and … Read More
Annual Archaeology Day Starting at 09:30 26 November and finishing at 16:00 26 November 9:30 – 10:15 Registration, Coffee, View Exhibitions 10:15 – 10:30 Welcome and Introduction to the Chair, Dr Siân Rees 10:30 – 10:45 ‘Pembrokeshire County History’ – Setting the Scene, Dr Simon Hancock FSA 10:45 – 11:30 ‘The Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Hunter – Gatherers of Pembrokeshire,’ Elizabeth … Read More