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On Friday, Greenhill Secondary School, Tenby Junior and Infant School completed their sixth annual Tour De Tenby around the streets of Tenby.
Tenby Coastguard Rescue Team, along with Manorbier Coastguard Rescue Team and South Pembrokeshire sector manager, were tasked to a report of a 69-year-old woman who had fallen and injured here ankle at Swanlake Bay shortly after 12.
WHEN Tenby United meet Haverfordwest in the Pembrokeshire Knockout Cup Final at Whitland tonight (Friday), they are sure to have plenty of local support.
IN May 1943 there was a crisis at Stepaside Methodist Chapel.
Pictured is the chairman of Saundersfoot Community Council, Clr.
Annie Jeremias, a Senior Section Guide member with Lower Landsker Senior Section, was recently presented with two cheques, one from Brothers of Camrose Lodge, Saundersfoot, and one from the Sunbeam Lodge, Tenby.
At Tenby’s Mayor-making ceremony on Friday, Clr.
Tenby Civic Society’s first trip of the year was run jointly with Tenby Historical Society, to the National Botanical Garden of Wales on Sunday.
May is probably not the best time of year to be starting a Book Club.
The annual meeting of Manorbier Community Council took place last week.
Last Thursday, the two school ambassadors, Joe and Kyle, represented Lamphey Primary School at Margam Park, near Port Talbot.
Members of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’s development management committee are being requested to undertake a site inspection to see if an area of land is suitable for a proposed civic amenity and recycling centre.
There has been confusion amongst members of the SEPCHN and in the community over the recent decision of the Community Health Council to support the Hywel Dda Health Board plans to move the Minor Injury provision from the Tenby Cottage Hospital to the GP surgeries.
There were special birthday celebrations at Woodland Lodge Residential Home, Gumfreston, on Monday, when Mrs.
The Welsh National Scooter Rally returned to Tenby over the Bank Holiday weekend, with hundreds of scooter enthusiasts visiting the resort and enjoying a host of events.
A local author is looking to organise a small book fair with other local writers in Tenby.
The sun shone on the river and the birds sang as members of the Tenby 50-Plus Friendship Club boarded the train at Bronwydd Arms Station for an enjoyable afternoon in the restaurant car as Gwili Railway’s steam engine chugged its way through two miles of beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside.
Tenby’s inshore lifeboat launched shortly before 9.
Cardiff Grangetown Salvation Army Band, led our services and open air meetings on Sunday, and it was a day of blessings and challenges which began in the morning service (writes Marie Moreton).
The annual Rotary Club of Tenby’s Junior School Young Musician contest will be held at St.
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