Community life

Living in the community of Pembrokeshire

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Paul Sartori Latest.

ILS students bloomed for Charity The ILS department of Pembrokeshire College helps students with additional learning needs to develop the Independent living skills that they will need for their future. Throughout March the ILS students worked extremely hard to raise money for Paul Sartori Hospice at Home Charity. They grew and sold beautiful daffodils. The […]

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New Fibromyalgia Support Group in Pembrokeshire.

Fibromyalgia is a medical condition characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, and a host of other symptoms as diverse and individual as the person challenged by the condition. When I met up with Giselle Barton, otherwise known as Chisel to her friends and family, we talked about what Fibromyalgia means to the people who have […]

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Dee

A Thank You to Cruse.

We will all encounter loss and grief in our lifetime.. Rob Barnes has written this moving account of his own experience of losing his wife and the support he found in the weeks and months following her sudden death. In Memory of Dee. Have you ever played that game where everyone has to describe themselves […]

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original by Andrew Bailey

THE COLLECTIVE MEMORY OF PEMBROKESHIRE.

On a sweltering hot day in the glorious summer I have found a cool place to sit with the very knowledgeable Helen Evans who is an Archive and Local Studies Assistant at Pembrokeshire Archives and Local Studies,Haverfordwest. Originally the archives were held at the Castle. Local Studies used to be in the old Haverfordwest Library. […]

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Audience

NEWS FROM POINT.

Red Carpet Premier of Intergenerational Community Film – ‘St Nicholas: Now and Then’ Local people from a range of backgrounds and different ages formed part of a community audience at Theatr Gwaun, Fishguard on the 4th of May to share in something very special: a premier viewing of the locally made intergenerational film ‘St Nicholas: […]

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Pembrokeshire Community Connector

Community Connector:Julie Campbell.

I have been hearing good things about Pembrokeshire Community Connectors for some time now so I was delighted to meet with Julie Campbell who is herself Community Connector covering an area that incorporates Solva, St Davids, Fishguard and Crymych, up to the Ceredigion border. That’s a big area for one person. Julie agrees, “It is […]

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REMAKERY NEWS.

We have just received the latest news from the REMAKERY, a unique project and the first of its kind in Wales. A community interest company REMAKERY’s aim is to re-educate the local community in repair and mend and they are working towards a zero-waste living planet. “We deliver free repair café events, offer exclusive facilitator […]

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Antiques Fair

Yr Hen Ysgol, Dinas 2019.

YHY was set up as a Company in 2006 and a Charity in 2008 and is administered by Trustees and a Management Committee, all volunteers. In 2008 a 10 year strategic plan to repair, improve, and extend the building was instituted, and funding totalling £215,000 was obtained from a variety of grant-giving bodies (see yrhenysgoldinas.org.uk/strategic-plan). […]

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Cleddau River, Pembrokeshire

Happenings in Halls.

Pembrokeshire Village and Community Halls News. As part of our Communities Online project we will be featuring a monthly upate about things going on across the county in our community halls – if we have not hear from you yet, please get in touch! Templeton A major refurbishment is going ahead over the summer, so […]

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The Queens Hall, Narberth.

Over 60 years of top events! Based in Narberth’s attractive High Street, the Queens Hall has been hosting music , comedy and community events to delight Pembrokeshire since its construction in 1958. In its glory days in the 1960s and 1970s, many top acts performed there, including Elton John, Deep Purple and Status Quo. Music […]

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