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



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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Surfers in the evening at Newgale

Pembrokeshire Moments.

A Truly Pembrokeshire Business. Born and raised on the Dale peninsula and spending her whole life in the county makes Rachel Mullett a Pembrokeshire businesswomen through and though.   Seeking  a career change as her children had grown up and left home, Rachel developed a unique and original business as a photographer who producing her […]

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clothes rails

The Dress Agency Comes to Newport.

You may have met Jude Preston at Fishguard market on a Thursday, or at one of the many markets around Pembrokeshire. She is causing quite a stir with her vast collection of designer labels at very affordable prices. Jude and her  husband had spent many childhood holidays in Pembrokeshire, long before they met. After their […]

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Silver Swans poster

Silver Swans.

It is never too late to learn ballet… Did you go to ballet classes when you were little? Maybe you carried on for some time , but lots of would-be ballerinas have dropped out of dance school by the time they are in their teens. Or maybe you never had a chance to try, but only […]

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St Govan's cove

Legends of Wales : Saint Govan.

Wales is rich in legends, and we have our fair share of saints. I have imagined here, in this prose /poem  the tale of Saint  Govan, who might have been the knight Gawain, or a beggar, or a thief ,in his life prior to his arriving in the place where his chapel is a place […]

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Amanda Clifford

Amanda Clifford: Homeopathy Works.

Homeopathy is a system of alternative medicine created in 1796 by Samuel Hahnemann. It is based on the belief that a substance that causes the symptoms of a disease in healthy people would cure similar symptoms in sick people. It is a form of medicine that some people claim acts as a placebo, and has […]

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Briony Greenhill: Singing with All of You.

I just missed Briony Greenhill’s  last workshop in Pembrokeshire . I have always found pleasure in just playing with the voice…improvising with sound…so when I found out that Briony has arranged a workshop in June of this year in Nevern, I had to find out more about her….and there is so much more to the […]

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Cwtch Coffee Shop Art Gallery, Pembroke Dock

Cwtch Coffee Shop & Art Gallery.

Pembroke Dock’s coolest venue. If you have never been to Cwtch Coffee Shop and Art Gallery on the corner of Pembroke Dock’s Dimond Street, then you might have imagined that this post-industrial town on the banks of the River Cleddau had nowhere really chilled to relax. This magazine’s three directors were very pleasantly surprised to […]

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lots of doors

Clarbeston Road Players take on Diplomatic Relations.

  The first thing that impresses me about the Clarbeston Road Players is they love a challenge. When I heard that they were taking on Diplomatic Relations by Geoff Bamber, a fast paced farce, I knew I had to see for myself. I wasn’t disappointed and neither were the rest of the audience, who laughed […]

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Easy Move.

Our recommendation… A friend of mine recently had occasion to move lots of items long-distance into storage and was seeking a van and a couple of strong people to carry things for him. Easy to organise you would think – I offered to go online as he does not use the internet and find a […]

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