Almost at the end of a no through lane along the banks of the eastern Cleddau, you come across the tranquil quay at Landshipping – from the little riverside parking … Read more…
Great news for patients on Hywel Dda childrens wards –
Nolan Charity Fund recently presented iPads and DVD players to Bronglais, Glangwili and Withybush hospitals worth over £1,300.
The iPads and DVD players will make a huge difference to patient experience and will go towards making a stay in hospital as relaxing and comfortable as possible while keeping children amused during their illness.
The Nolan Charity Fund is a Welsh charity set up in 2015 by uPVC businessman Nolan Nicholas to work hand in hand for the benefit of worthy causes in Wales. Sarah Cleevely, Fundraising & Events Manager, Nolan Charity Fund, said: , “I was delighted to meet the staff on the new children’s ward at Withybush Hospital and to be able to present them with iPads and DVD players. I am pleased that the Nolan Charity Fund has been able to provide Hywel Dda Health Charities with this support and the children in its care. I hope the equipment we have donated will go some way in providing the children visiting Withybush, Bronglais and Glangwili hospitals with some comfort during their stay.”
Exploring Pembrokeshire’s coastline by boat is a “must do”.Video Inside
Holidaymakers and locals can experience the wonderful offshore marine life and scenery from a variety of boat trip companies and this can be the highlight of many trips to the county.
Bouncing across the waves in a rigid inflatable boat, or RIB, is exhilarating, while gentling cruising around the cliffs and investigating the coves and caves is a magical experience. You can be so close to the seabirds and seals or porpoises while gaining a new insight into the fantastic coastal scenery and the vital importance of the wild unspoilt and protected waters.
Marloes Peninsula and boats to the islands. If you are seeking a walk that takes in dramatic scenery and abundant wildlife then take yourself to the stunning peninsula of Marloes … Read more…
Reduce Reuse Remake There is a new venture in Pembrokeshire that is catching on all over the world. Fed up with the amount of waste that we regularly send to … Read more…
The Tenby Young Writers Group Poetry and Prose The talented young writers meeting in Tenby Library have turned their attention and their pens to grief and loss this term and … Read more…
ASSUMPTIONS CONFOUNDED….IN A GOOD WAY.
Ruby set off for home with a heavy heart. She avoided calling in on Dawn, even though she had some toys for the children. Instead she went home and absently began to prepare the evening meal.
It was in the kitchen that Monty found her; her shoulders stiff. Her eyes, when he pulled her head gently around to look at him, were wet with unshed tears.
“Not good news then?”
She shook her head, allowing herself to be led to the sofa. With her head in the hollow of Monty’s shoulder, his arm about her, she recounted the day’s events.
“So they can’t stay in the chalet?”
“Doesn’t look like it. What are they going to do Monty?”
Monty squeezed her tightly, “We’ll think of something.”
But even as he spoke, he knew that any whiff of the authorities and Dawn and her little family would almost certainly disappear.
That night they ate their meal with little appetite. They had agreed to say nothing to Dawn just yet.
“Let’s sleep on it,” Monty had suggested, “Maybe something will turn up.”
A great time of year to visit gardens and garden centres I volunteer at Picton Castle Gardens each week and each week there is something different to look at. It … Read more…