Pembrokeshire

TENBY BLUES FESTIVAL – REVIEWED.

Reviews by Nigel Summerley and Rob Barnes  Blues fans made their annual pilgrimage to Tenby at the weekend (November 8-10). Pubs, bars and caf├ęs hosted non-stop “live” music all day, and at night the main Blues Festival stage at the De Valence Pavilion featured a remarkable line-up of talent. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 She didn’t officially […]

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Ancient Connections: ON THE SEARCH FOR STORIES.

North Pembrokeshire Communities asked to share their local knowledge as part of Ancient Connections Project Ancient Connections is an exciting heritage and arts programme led by Pembrokeshire County Council that will link communities across the Irish Sea and generate new works of art, community projects, events and activities inspired by the stories that connect these […]

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The Rebecca Riots

The often forgotten Rebecca Riots were a series of protests that took place between around 1839-1843, throughout the rural areas of west Wales, including Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Cardiganshire. The protesters were usually working farming people who had been aggrieved, in general by unfair taxes, and more specifically by the high tolls being charged to transport […]

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