Tagged: Tenby

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Walking the Coast Path

We’re continuing to publishing some articles on walking in Pembrokeshire that you can enjoy virtually… and have something to look forward to doing when the lockdown is finally lifted… It is midwinter in Wales...

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Picture Post: Nigel Summerley

Well, l know how much Nigel Summerley loves Pembrokeshire, and he edits and schedules stories for this magazine, so he couldn’t very well say no to contributing a few images to delight us. Here...

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Reflections of Tenby

Story and artwork by CHRIS LANGLEY I remember that day as if it were yesterday. July 1972. I went on a day trip to Tenby, with my schoolfriend Neil and his family.   Neil’s dad, Peter, owned...

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Artist in Lockdown

Artist Anna Waters has been very busy over the past year and a half. Having left her studio on Milford Marina, she’s set up not one but two more studios and has got many...

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A Town Full of Blues

We recently reviewed the main acts at 2019’s highly successful Tenby Blues Festival. But for those unfamiliar with this annual event, we thought we’d give a mention to many of the other great, mostly...

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When One’s a Crowd…

Have you travelled on the train from Swansea to Tenby? I use the word “train” loosely, since, from my experience, it consists of just one piece of rolling stock – a single locomotive/carriage. That...

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Tenby Blues Festival – 2019

Blues fans made their annual pilgrimage to Tenby from November 8 to 10. Pubs, bars and cafés hosted non-stop “live” music all day, and at night the main Blues Festival stage at the De...

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Daylight Robbery in Tenby

It’s quite a shock when something that you have only ever read about – and never quite believed in – actually happens to you. Standing looking down over Tenby’s beautiful Harbour Beach, I was...