Book Online

Get your complete Tenby Observer online now...

Click here to view our new interactive digital edition



Latest News

Church warden departs as campaigners continue fight against St. Julian’s plans

Campaigners against a proposed overhaul of Tenby’s St. Julian’s Church have expressed their dismay this week at the way the current church sub-warden has been made to depart her role.
The ‘Save St. Julian’s’ campaigners, who launched a petition a... read on

Tenby’s all-weather relief Tamar class lifeboat was requested to launch at 1. read on...
Pembrokeshire’s famous festive production of the Tenby Boxing Day Swim has once again proved to be a fundraising star. read on...
A shoal of 100 swimmers is being sought to take part in the 2014 Caldey-Tenby swim. read on...
Fascinating and mysterious, vast and sweeping, these were the opening lines to the report given in 2012 with regards to Mick Brown; two years later, Mick was back at the camera club to present a talk on South Georgia, the Serengeti of the Southern Ocean. read on...


Otters almost steal it with late fightback

Narberth 18 pts.
Tata Steel 19

After allowing Steel to build up a two-score lead of nine points, the Otters came close to snatching the game out of the fire with an injury time penalty ... read on

Wanderers 3 pts.
Tenby United 12

Tenby United came through a tough encounter away at Llanelli Wanderers on Saturday, ear... read on
Penygroes 23 pts.
Pembroke Dock Quins 21

The Quins came away from Penygroes on Saturday with a losing bonus point to show for their effo... read on
St. Ishmaels 1 Narberth 5

Narberth remain third in the Division One table after a comfortable 5-1 win at St. Ishmaels last Saturday. Prior to... read on
Narberth kept alive their slim hopes of winning the first division with a resounding win over relegated St. Ishmaels. The Bluebirds made the long trip... read on


Main Links

Local Newspapers

Advertise with us

Online Pictures

Online Pictures


South Pembrokeshire Minor Injury Unit is among those closing. Meanwhile GP practices are set to provide "enhanced primary care services". In response to these changes, are you confident that care will be given in an emergency?

Don't know

Poll History



Deliver the news to your desktop


Browse our site on the go

Digital or

Subscribe to our newspaper


Search though the archives


Buy photos online

Social Bookmarks

Add news to your social networking page