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Members of Fishguard YFC and the St Davids junior multi-sport group have taken part in Sport Pembrokeshire’s very own Superstars challenge!
Sport Pembrokeshire and Crossfit Pembrokeshire joined together recently to hold the School Crossfit Games for pupils in local primary and secondary schools.
A year-long focus on improving the outdoor environment for the Tenby community and learners at Ysgol Greenhill culminated with the launch of a new outdoor gym.
Young musicians in Pembrokeshire had a once in a lifetime opportunity recently when they performed alongside professional musicians from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales in St Davids Cathedral.
Free weekly multi-sport sessions for children aged between five and seven are being offered in Haverfordwest from Thursday 8th June to Thursday 13th July.
Young people from Pembrokeshire’s secondary schools recently attended a special event designed to help them become Democracy Champions.
Payments covering Free School Meals for children from lower income families over the May half term will be issued next week.
Haverfordwest’s Mary Immaculate Catholic Primary School has welcomed a recent Estyn report praising the work of the school.
New activities including aikido, yoga and tug of war were included in a recent Ysgol Bro Preseli wellbeing and physical activity event for girls in year 8.
Education and housing in Pembrokeshire came under the political spotlight last week as Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford and Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price visited the county to see how the Co-operation Agreement is supporting thriving communities.
Since January more than 800 portions of soup have been served free of charge at County Hall and this week is your last chance to come along.
Easter holiday payments will be made for children from lower income families following the extension of Welsh Government Free School Meal provision.