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resting llamas

Trekking with Llamas, Pembrokeshire Style.

When we came across a piece in the local paper about Matt and Alexandria and their Llamas we immediately asked them to tell us more. Well here it is. Sounds delightful! We are hoping to hear more from them soon. Pembrokeshire Llamas is a small llama farm run by Matt & Alexandria Yorke. It is […]

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The Dale Princess brings more visitors to the island

A Fisherman I am not!

A true Pembrokeshire tale from the past. When I was young, my Dad took us kids out fishing from Dale – every year from when i was about 8 until teenage years. I can honestly say the only thing I enjoyed about the trips were the eating of the fresh mackerel afterwards! We went with […]

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Beaches of Pembrokeshire : Penycwm.

Jim Saul’s favourite. I used to write about gardens in Pembrokeshire, so I was a bit surprised to be asked to give a few words about my favourite Pembrokeshire beach for the Year of the Sea features! Hard to choose, but this is now my closest beach and the one I go down to very […]

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The Hiranomaru, A Piece of Japan in Pembrokeshire.

We were delighted when David James, a local historian agreed to us using the following article He tells us that the story you are about to read is only a fragment of an ongoing tale concerning .  the Japanese Liner Hiranomaru  which on 4th October 1918 ,was lost locally in Japans worst maritime disaster of […]

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Mrs Will the Fish.

2018 South West Wales Award Winner-Best Seafood Takeaway! In 1973, when Willie Phillips solemnly vowed at his wedding to forsake all others, his bride realized that he didn’t mean a word of it. She knew that for better or worse, it would always be a ménage à trois: Willie, Jan … and his boat. For […]

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Pembrokeshire Trust celebrates at Strumble Head lighthouse

Ymddiriedolaeth Penfro yn dathlu yng ngoleudy Pen-caer Cafodd Ymddiriedolaeth Parc Cenedlaethol Arfordir Penfro ei lansio yng ngoleudy Pen-caer yn ddiweddar. Daeth mwy nag ugain o westeion ac ymddiriedolwyr i Ben-caer a chawsom daith ar hyd yr arfordir gyda Pharcmon Awdurdod y Parc Cenedlaethol, Ian Meopham a thaith dywys o amgylch y goleudy hanesyddol. Dywedodd Cadeirydd […]

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Lottery celebration


£100 k NATIONAL Lottery success for Brynberian Past, Present and Future PROJECT! The Community of Brynberian was delighted to hear this week that it has been awarded £100k from National Lottery Community Fund for its Brynberian Past, Present and Future project.  Centred on the recently refurbished Community Centre, the project is designed to grow an already […]

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endless dating of food

Food Poverty and Food Aid in Pembrokeshire.

Research findings from Pat Caplan, Goldsmiths University of London Tourists who visit Pembrokeshire for its spectacular scenery and National Park might be surprised to know that there is a high rate of food insecurity, which usually betokens poverty. Why is this? Pembrokeshire has a high unemployment rate and those jobs which are available are often […]

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Living With Autism: Emma’s Story.

I was fortunate to meet Emma recently , quite by chance and after chatting for a bit, I asked if she would agree to an interview. It quickly became apparent that Emma was going to be much better at telling her own story than I could. Emma quickly dispels so many misconceptions we might have […]

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Narberth Lodge

Paul Sartori News.

Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest and largest non-religious, non-political, fraternal and charitable organisations. The Masonic Province of West Wales covers Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion. There are 27 individual lodges with a total of 1500 members. Most major towns in the province have at least one Masonic lodge. Recently two lodges within the Masonic […]

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