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People visiting the Pembrokeshire coastline are being asked to be vigilant to the potential of palm oil washing ashore.
Residents and businesses within the walled town of Tenby are reminded to apply for access permits for the annual Tenby Pedestrianisation scheme.
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.
A couple have hailed the positive impact of an exercise scheme that has helped them maintain independence and continue to enjoy life.
Mischief makers and meandering minstrels as Pilgrim Fayre celebrates links between Ireland and Wales
A lively Pilgrim Fayre will be held later this month to mark the achievements of a project celebrating the historic links between North Wexford and North Pembrokeshire.
We’ve always suspected it but now it’s official: IRONMAN Wales is one of the best IRONMAN events anywhere in the world.
June will see the return of the world’s last seagoing paddle steamer to Pembrokeshire including the first mooring at Tenby for more than 30 years.
The wonderful surroundings of Scolton Manor are to play host to another spectacular outdoor concert.
Cricket in Pembrokeshire schools continues to go from strength to strength with an impressive performance from seven county girls’ teams in a major competition.
Pembrokeshire County Council’s soup initiative has been growing in popularity and will continue throughout April – including the Thursdays in the Easter holidays.