Tenby Golf Club has bid a heartfelt farewell to its longest-serving staff member.

Lynda Edwards who joined the golf club in 1989, shortly after the birth of her son, has been an integral part of the club's history, contributing not only as a part-time cleaner but also in various other roles over her remarkable tenure.

Her dedication to Tenby Golf Club went beyond her cleaning duties; she was always ready to step in and lend a helping hand during staff shortages.

Her versatility shone through as she assisted in the kitchen, served tables, and even took on the responsibility of washing and ironing all the laundry from the golf dormy rooms.

Throughout her time at the Club, Lynda has witnessed a myriad of memorable moments, from the visits of sporting stars such as Shane Williams to an incident that involved the police dismantling what they believed might be a ticking bomb in the post.

As the Club gears up for a major redevelopment, Lynda has decided that now is the perfect time to embrace early retirement, enabling her to spend more quality time with her beloved family and friends.

On Saturday, September 30, Club Captain Mick Seal paid tribute to Lynda's ‘incredible service’ by presenting her with flowers, champagne, and a charm bracelet, which she had personally selected during a rainy-day shopping trip in Tenby.

Lynda expressed her sentiments: “It's been a great place to work, and I'm going to miss all the staff and the club members who have become good friends over the years, especially all the banter.”

Tenby Golf Club plans to invite Lynda back for a celebration around Christmas, allowing staff, board members, and club members to bid her a proper farewell, and in the meantime wishes her a joyous and well-deserved retirement, as her legacy will forever be cherished within the club's history.