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A Play Very Much for Today

The Torch Theatre Company’s production of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice And Men is showing at the Torch Theatre, Milford Haven, from 5 to 22 October. As the Torch celebrates its 45th anniversary, this will...

Pembrokeshire Mobile Library Returns

Hurrah, the mobile library service is back post-pandemic, with all of the eight village routes open and operational along with the housebound service If you struggle to get out or to carry books, you...

Big Brother is Being Watched

Visiting the exhibition Room 103: A Visual Tribute to George Orwell at Narberth’s Oriel Q Gallery was a treat in itself, but the presence of the show’s curator, Glenn Ibbitson, made it doubly enjoyable....

The Future’s Green

We are indebted to GreenSpirit for allowing us to publish these reviews from its latest newsletter. There is much more to be found on its website https://www.greenspirit.org.uk/     Sacred Actions: Living the Wheel of...

In Need of a Laugh?

In need of a laugh? I came across these when I was having a bit of a sort out… Actually I am almost always in need of a sort out. My superpower is chaos. ...

A Hermit’s Life

  Ieuan Morris’s book Photographing Pembrokeshire – A Paradise for Pirates which we’ve been featuring on Pembrokeshire.Online is packed with brilliant pictures and fantastic stories connecting with his piratical theme. St Govan’s Chapel (pictured...

Tales of Plunder and Desecration

Ieuan Morris’s new book, Photographing Pembrokeshire – A Paradise for Pirates, covers all kinds of plunderers. In his chapter on St David’s Head he writes: “Whilst Pembrokeshire has witnessed invaders of one kind or...