Sir, Many people would recognise two, small ginger-coloured dogs, walking around Tenby, accompanied by their owner, a Salvation Army Soldier.

On Sunday morning, whilst buying a coffee from the kiosk on the harbour, one dog disappeared. Neither was on a lead (they were very used to the system - on the lead again at the top of the ramp, unless loads of cars/people about).

No one had seen Barley, so after leaving a message at the kiosk, Mop and I proceeded to the SA Citadel/Hall for the 10.30 am Sunday service. Arriving at the door, I found Barley had already arrived, walked to the front of the hall and sat in her usual place.

She had come via a popular bakery, where a lady with a dog of her own, attempted to catch her. Nothing doing! So the kind lady followed her, to make sure Barley got to somewhere safe.

Many thanks to that lady, and also to one of the Youth Soldiers, and the Major, who went out looking for me, in case I was poorly or injured somewhere, and to the other members of the Corps who were concerned.

Samantha (Sam) Coney,

Jubilee House,