For their July meeting members of Lower Landsker Trefoil Guild enjoyed their annual trip to Caldey.

This trip is always looked forward to and weather forecasts are studied avidly in the run up to the chosen day. This year, the sun shone, but with enough breeze to enable members to enjoy the walk up to the lighthouse and back around to the village, as well as the newer country walk, where, sadly, no red squirrels were to be seen.

Members were joined, this year, by Catherine Dodd from the Haverfordwest Guild, and by Astra, Barbara M’s lovely, well behaved dog. It was good to browse in the new gallery, and to look in the shop and post office, and just enjoy the peace of this beautiful island. Ice creams under the shade of the tea room trees proved the perfect ending to a lovely day.

The Wednesday walks continue throughout the summer and members have enjoyed exploring parts of Tenby that are , perhaps, less well known, including the old morgue halfway down the Deadhouse steps. Coffee was enjoyed last week in Barbara and Paul Morris’s garden, an oasis of colour hidden away in a peaceful corner of The Norton.

Some members attended the Tenby Male Choir concert in aid of the Scout and Guide Hall when a magnificent £604 was raised. There are growing numbers in the Rainbow, Brownie and Guide Units, and the Hall is essential to ensure that the movement carries on, particularly as next year will be the centenary of Brownies and Guides in Tenby.

The next monthly meeting will be next Wednesday, August 3 when members will meet at 10.45am in South Parade to have coffee at the fire station, in support of Tenby Fireman’s Carnival.

Many members are former Guide and Brownie leaders and enjoyed reminiscing about the decorated floats that were always well supported by girls and leaders. It was always Brian Hodder’s milk lorry and, however beautifully decorated totally dependent on the weather!