Author: Nigel Summerley

Happy Christmas to All Our Readers

                        My grandfather always used to bang on about “man’s inumanity to man”… If he were alive now, he would have plenty to...

Gorgeous Treffgarne Gorge

Some of Pembrokeshire’s best walks seem to be hidden away – like the Treffgarne Gorge. A good starting point for this walk is the parking space just off the A40 to the west at...

Mystery Junction

Birmingham had Spaghetti Junction… Swindon produced its Magic Roundabout… and Pembrokeshire has what I’ve attempted to depict above: something a cross between a junction, a roundabout and a one-way system. It’s nowhere near as...

New EP from Dan Jordan

The late John Gibbens, a former colleague of mine and the author of a guide to Bob Dylan’s music, The Nightingale’s Code, used to start talks on the master singer/songwriter by playing a Dylan...

Pembrokeshire’s Great Lake

  Llys-y-Fran lake is a little under two miles long and and at its widest point a mile across – and it holds up to 10.5 million cubic metres of water. That’s a lot...

Closed Footpath to Reopen

There’s good news for ramblers who have, for a while, been unable to cross the river at Little Treffgarne Wood using the footpath from Spittal to Nolton, to the south of Wolfscastle. The Countryside...

Jelly Time

The swimming at Goodwick is great right now. The water is warm and wonderful… with the only downside being the prospect of a close encounter with a jellyfish. It was only after I’d finished...

The Joy of Eight

What does it feel like to be eight? Do you remember? … A Sweetshop Revolution production in association with Memo Arts Centre, Torch Theatre and Aberystwyth Arts Centre aims to bring those memories flooding...

Online Help for Voluntary Groups

For the fourth year Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services (PAVS), working in partnership with Carmarthenshire Association of Voluntary Services (CAVS) and Ceredigion Association of Voluntary Organisations (CAVO) has organised the online West Wales Governance...