Recent features


The lives, stories and passions of the people who live, work and play in the county of Pembrokeshire.

The Farmer's Arms, Mathry

Mathry’s Farmers Arms Gets New Landlords.

Mathry sits on a hill about six miles from Fishguard off the A487 between Fishguard and Saint Davids. There has been a settlement here since the iron age and the village is very popular with visitors to Pembrokeshire. Mathry has one pub, The Farmers Arms which has just been taken over by Anna and Mike […]

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seal sculpture

Chris Crane: Inspired by Nature.

Chris Crane spent his early childhood years playing in and around the river Kendal in the Lake District. He attributes being immersed in the natural world in his formative years to the love of nature that inspires his work now. Always creative, he attended the Lancaster School of Art and went on the obtain a […]

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Your local independent bookshop.

Victoria Bookshop, Haverfordwest. In recent years, many independent bookshops across the UK have closed,but the good news is that there is now a revival under way. Here in Pembrokeshire, we are lucky to still have some great independent booksellers and the easiest one to locate and visit is the Victoria Bookshop at 6 Bridge Street, […]

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Falcon Boats

A Life on the Water.

Ffion and her team at Falcon Boats get ready for the new season. As the long grey winter finally draws to a close, Pembrokeshire’s many seasonal businesses are gearing up for the brighter days ahead. Ffion Rees, skipper of Falcon Boats, took some time out from her preparations to update us about plans for 2019. […]

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Window on Wales

Window on Wales.

Solva’s emporium of wonders! Also in St Davids too… My absolutely most favourite shop in the whole world has to be Window on Wales, so to have the chance to interview manager, Bella, was a great treat on a visit to Pembrokeshire. I have always begged my Mum to make time for a good hour’s […]

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Dog Friendly Pembrokeshire team

Dog Friendly Pembrokeshire.

Nearly 4000 members for local group! Dog Friendly Pembrokeshire (DFP) is a Facebook hosted group for people who love both their dogs and our beautiful county. Members are encouraged to share photos of their dogs enjoying being out and about. The idea of the group, initially set up by Al Rees some 3 years ago, […]

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cheque for Paul Sartori

Paul Sartori News.

Penally – Light up the Lanes In the lead up to Christmas; Judy Williams of Penally decided to do something different to raise money for Paul Sartori Hospice at Home. It was like a real life advent calendar, where local residents dressed their windows with lots of lights, decorations and displayed a number. Each day […]

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National trust half term fun

Half term fun with the National Trust.

From bushcraft to beach cleans, there’s a whole host of things to see and do with the National Trust in Pembrokeshire this half-term. Here are five activities that the whole family will love: 1. Go on a woodland quest Little adventurers will love our explorer trail at Colby Woodland Garden. Go on a quest to […]

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escape your chains

Escape Your Chains.

with Sarah Sims Williams Communication has been a very important consideration for Sarah Sims Williams for the last couple of decades. Originally from West Sussex and spending much of her life in Devon and Wales, she remembers feeling that it was difficult to express who she really felt herself to be from a young age. […]

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little girl

Seaview Stories.

A Winters Tale:  In which we find out the secret of Penelope’s heart and some little people find their way to turn  both Monty and Ruby’s lives upside down.   It was Penelope who first noticed that ‘Sea Mist’ was occupied. It was a bitterly cold December day. Not at all the kind of weather […]

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