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  1. Families flock to flaming hot Milford Haven Fire Station open dayRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Milford Mercury

    DOZENS of families flocked to Milford Haven Fire Station on Saturday afternoon in the warm sunshine to enjoy the station's increasingly popular open day. Firefighters from Milford Haven - alongside colleagues from Haverfordwest - set up several interesting and interactive displays that enthralled local youngsters at the Yorke Street station.

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  2. 35ft yacht that drifted onto rocks is recoveredRead the original story

    Monday | Western Telegraph

    A 35-foot yacht which drifted onto rocks at Tenby after parting its moorings in the bay was successfully recovered in a joint operation between Tenby RNLI and local boatmen on Friday. Both Tenby's lifeboats were tasked at 8.20am after Milford Haven Coastguard received a report from a member of the public that the yacht was drifting towards First Point.

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  3. A-level plan could close sixth forms by "back door" fear councillorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 23 | Western Telegraph

    County councillors backed a plan last year to close both Haverfordwest schools and create a new 11 to 19 school and sixth form. FEARS that a document planning future provision of a-levels was going to close school sixth forms by the "back door" will go back for further discussion at an overview and scrutiny committee.

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  4. Eco awards for Milford Haven School pupilsRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 22 | Western Telegraph

    Pictured with Keep Wales Tidy Education Officer Kiri Howell are: Tahira Ali, Carys Neilson, Sara Davies, Andra Raicu, Charlotte Jackson and Oliver Yates-Boon. YEAR 7 pupils at Milford Haven School recently received Bronze and Silver Eco School awards on behalf of their school's sustainability work.

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  5. Beer festival returns to Milford marinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 20 | Milford Mercury

    BEER, bands and local produce will be on the menu at Milford Haven Round Table's beer festival this weekend. Supported by Milford Waterfront and local businesses, the event is organised by the Round Table's team of volunteers, and promises to be a fun day for all.

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  6. Health board plans to 'transform services' brought to RochRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Western Telegraph

    THE second of three 'transforming clinical services' events was held in Roch yesterday as Hywel Dda Health Board readies for future changes to services across its patch. Billed as a "big conversation about our local NHS" patients, public, staff and stakeholders were invited to an event in each of the counties covered by Hywel Dda.

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  7. Western Mail letters: Wednesday, July 19, 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | IcNetwork

    While globalization increases pace and while vital communication skills are in huge demand, I strongly suggest the Welsh Government, for the benefit of future generations, exploit the existing inbuilt bilingualism in Wales and encourage vigorously multilingualism for those evidently predisposed, instead of adopting an introspective bilingual policy. Wouldn't this be a more beneficial expenditure of tax payers' money? In order to bring about enormous cost savings, as well as accommodating many people's wishes, I would like to call on legislators to introduce the absolute and unconditional right for people to opt-out of bilingual mail from all public bodies.

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  8. VIDEO: Milford Haven comes together to back autism-friendly town bidRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Western Telegraph

    A CAMPAIGN to make Milford Haven the first autism-friendly town in south west Wales drew an interested crowd at the Torch Theatre on July 6. They have completed an online course, which gives advice on how to make people across the spectrum feel more comfortable while out and about. Dyfed-Powys Police force is also working to train all staff on the subject, to help improve the support on offer to those with ASD throughout the community.

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  9. Port of Milford Haven wants your viewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | Western Telegraph

    The publics' views are important to the Port and they want to be aware of, and understand, the current views of their many stakeholders. The Port of Milford Haven is the UK's largest energy port and the biggest port in Wales.

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  10. Brave families come together for premature baby picnicRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | Milford Mercury

    A RAINBOW of coloured balloons were released as a celebration of life, at an event for parents of premature babies on Saturday . The 'picnic in the park' event at Scolton Manor was organised by Amy Blockwell, from Milford Haven, whose son Jacob was born at 28 weeks.

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  11. Round belts up at BUDO before confirming a break from fightingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 11 | Western Telegraph

    THERE was no need for 'one more' Round on Saturday night as one of the real characters of the British fight scene bowed out, temporarily at least, with a title winning bout. Milford's David Round took on Manchester's Craig Hastings in a Professional Middleweight K1 Championship fight at BUDO 22 at the LC2 Arena in Swansea, and promptly defeated the Englishman in under a minute after delivering one of his trademark head kicks.

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  12. Under the bridge and over the moon - award for Port youth projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 7 | Milford Mercury

    In 2016, the Port of Milford Haven teamed up with Milford Youth Matters, Arts Care Gofal Celf, the VC Gallery and the Torch Theatre to run 'Under the Bridge' every Friday evening throughout the summer holidays The Port was presented with their award at a ceremony at the Millennium Centre in Cardiff last week by TV presenter and local zoo owner Anna Ryder-Richardson. The project won the Arts, Business and the Environment category, sponsored by the Waterloo Foundation and University of Wales, Trinity St David.

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  13. From joy to despair for the Coleman siblings ahead of huge home eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | Western Telegraph

    REIGNING World and National Champions Sam and Daisy Coleman stepped up their game at the second round of the UK Championship at the P1 Scottish Grand Prix of the Sea - only to have their points taken away in agonising fashion. They put on an impressive performance, winning three out of the four races in rough conditions on the Clyde - seemingly earning a nine point lead in the Championship in the process.

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  14. Brilliant Shaun is crowned Milford Haven Golf Club championRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | Milford Mercury

    Golfer Shaun Trevor Dyson affectionately known as "Hoover" topped the field to become 2017 Club Champion. What a fantastic weekend of golf at Milford Haven with75 members taking part in the 2017 Club championship.

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  15. Man hospitalised after rock fall at Freshwater EastRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 6 | Western Telegraph

    A MAN was hospitalised on Saturday, July 1, after injuring his back when he fell on rocks at Freshwater East, near Pembroke. St Govan's Coastguard rescue team was asked to assist in the recovery and evacuation of the injured man, arriving at midday.

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  16. More than 20 acts on board, and great prizes up for grabs, at charity talent showRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | Milford Mercury

    DANCERS, singers, bands - and even a ventriloquist - have already signed up to take part in the Milford Mercury's autumn talent show. The charity contest, once again be raising money for the Paul Sartori Foundation, will take place over three nights in October.

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  17. Milford schools fun-run brings community together, and raises A 320 for charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | Milford Mercury

    Milford Haven School's 2k fun run was held on June 16 - one year on from the death of Labour politician Jo Cox. The MP, who was murdered in her west Yorkshire constituency, believed people have more in common than they do differences dividing them.

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  18. Milford fighter prepares for his last Round for now at BudoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Western Telegraph

    MILFORD Haven's David 'one more' Round will again take to the ring on Saturday for a Professional Middleweight K1 Championship fight against Manchester's Craig Hastings. But don't expect to see the 30-year-old fight anytime after that, as he then extends to take an extended break from fighting to play a full rugby season with Milford Haven RFC.

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  19. Picnic in the park for families of premature babiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Milford Mercury

    A MILFORD Haven mum, who hit the headlines after sharing her experience of having a premature baby, will be hosting a picnic in the park for parents this weekend. Her son Jacob was born three months premature, and for many weeks it was touch and go that Jacob would survive.

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  20. Excitement builds for Neyland carnivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Milford Mercury

    A small group of volunteers have worked extremely hard in preparation for the big day, which takes place this Saturday, July 8. The cover for this year's carnival booklet was designed by Neyland Community School pupil Millie, who received a certificate from town mayor Cllr Simon Hancock, and Lynette Round, of Dragon LNG. The programme is currently on sale, and thanks have been given to the numerous local businesses who have helped sponsor it, and the event itself.

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