Pembroke Dock, Wales Newswire

Pembroke Dock, Wales Newswire

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  1. Sporting Spotlight: Kevin JenkinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Milford Mercury

    This week Bill Carne was delighted to meet up for a chat with Kevin Jenkins, one of the most respected cricketers and football players in the county who has made a welcome return to the county after a long spell working in Nigeria . . . Someone who made a welcome return to Pembroke Cricket Club midway through the 2017 season after a six-year gap when he was working in Nigeria, is Kevin Jenkins, who captained the club's first team for nine seasons and was the first-ever captain to lead them to victory in the Harrison-Allen Bowl Final.

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  2. Pictures and Video: Fire at Capestone Poultry Farm brought under controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 12 | Western Telegraph

    The fire, which broke out yesterday afternoon in an outbuilding at the farm was described as well-ablaze at its height by firefighters. A spokesperson for Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue said there have had no reports of any people or animals being injured in the fire.

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  3. Huge fire rips through turkey farm two weeks before ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 12 | Metro UK News

    Last night six fire engines were sent to the major blaze at a large turkey farm in west Wales, after witnesses reported hearing a loud noise before acrid smoke billowed into the air. The organic Capestone Poultry Farm, near Walwyn's Castle in the Milford Haven area, was in a barn housing vehicles and is not believed to have killed any animals.

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  4. Pembroke Ladies Guild Christmas buffet raises A 1,800 for RNLIRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 9 | Western Telegraph

    Pictured, from left: Daphne Bush, Guild chair, Cllr Paul Harries, chairman of Pembrokeshire County Council, and Mrs Harries, chairman's consort. PEMBROKE Ladies Guild of the RNLI held its annual fundraising Christmas buffet lunch at the officers' mess, Castlemartin Camp on December 3, raising A 1,800 for the charity.

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  5. Rudolph the rev-nosed reindeer? Charity toy run takes to the streetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 9 | Western Telegraph

    HEARTED bikers the 3 Amigos spread Christmas cheer throughout the county today, for the 15th annual charity toy run in aid of Withybush children's ward and Action For Children. Leaving Pembroke's Commons Car Park at 1pm the magnificent motorbikes made their way through Pembroke, Pembroke Dock, Neyland, Milford Haven and Haverfordwest before arriving at Withybush's conference centre.

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  6. Woman hospitalised with life-threatening injuries after Pembroke Dock fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 8 | Western Telegraph

    A WOMAN was taken to hospital suffering life-threatening injuries following a Pembroke Dock fire on Saturday morning, December 2. Two firefighter crews from Pembroke Dock and a crew from Milford Haven attended the ground floor flat fire at Commercial Row on December 2, arriving at 6.33am. Dyfed-Powys Police later stated: "Dyfed-Powys Police is investigating a house fire at Commercial Row, Pembroke Dock.

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  7. He joins rugby players Dan Biggar, Dan Lydiate and Ken OwensRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 6 | IcNetwork

    Entertainer Max Boyce will be showing a new face to the world after being appointed as an ambassador for oil distributor Oil 4 Wales. The comedian and performer, who is due to kick off a sold out tour in January, has been named as the Welsh company's latest high-profile ambassador this month.

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  8. 'Best boxer' Mcdonagh on fire in FinlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 6 | Milford Mercury

    MAGNIFICENT boxing sensation Mickey Mcdonagh's incredible form just gets better and better, after winning in Bosnia in September, the lightweight followed up by claiming another top notch title in Finland in November. The 21-year-old, excelled representing Wales in a European competition held at the Tammer Tournament, Pyyniken Sports Hall, Tampere, Finland.

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  9. Former hotel in Pembroke Dock to go under the hammerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 5 | Western Telegraph

    The 1.38-acre site was sold at auction in 2013 for A 85,000- some A 60,000 more than the guide price. It is now back on the market as a long leasehold, with more than 900 years left on the lease, and with a ground rent of A 25 a year.

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  10. Pembroke boxers pick up a trio of wins in TrostreRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 4 | Western Telegraph

    PEMBROKE and Pembroke Dock ABC attended the Trostre Boxing Show with all three of their boxers on the card recording wins. Neil John opened the night, taking on Daniel Dennis of Penyrhael, having lost his previous bout on a split decision.

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  11. Fundraising, sports success, and even a Shakespeare classic at Pembroke Dock Community SchoolRead the original story

    Saturday Dec 2 | Western Telegraph

    PEMBROKE Dock Community School has had a busy time recently, with fundraising, awards, sports success, and even a performance of a Shakespeare classic. The pupils raised a huge A 745 for Children In Need last month.

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  12. Lantern parade saved by community lights up Pembroke DockRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 2 | Western Telegraph

    PEMBROKE Dock's annual lantern parade has light the town on a cold winter night after being saved by people power earlier this year. The parade took place on Friday, December 1, and the theme this year was woodland in winter and featured giant lanterns of woodland animals.

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  13. Add a touch of festive sparkle with a special letter from Father ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Western Telegraph

    Children can post their letters to Father Christmas using the special post box at libraries in Fishguard , Haverfordwest , Milford Haven , Pembroke Dock and Tenby this December. Father Christmas will reply to all letters but as he is very busy at this time of year, he will have to leave them in the library for collection.

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  14. Today's Western Telegraph Camera Club picture was taken at Fort car park in Pembroke Dock.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 30 | Western Telegraph

    Today's Western Telegraph Camera Club picture of the day was taken at Fort car park in Pembroke Dock by Jack Crimlis. If you would like to see one of your photographs appear as the picture of the day, join the Western Telegraph Camera Club on Facebook.

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  15. Award for Pembroke Dock's Haven Way Day Hospital staffRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 29 | Western Telegraph

    Pictured, from left, are: Joy James, carers strategy coordinator for PCC; Cllr Mike James, carers champion at PCC; Nadine Morgan; Eleanor Cecil, professional practice and service development officer; Mary Arnold; Paul Armstrong, operational service manage PEMBROKESHIRE'S mental health team at Haven Way Day Hospital in Pembroke Dock has been recognised for its commitment and support for carers and their families. The team has achieved the Investors in Carers Bronze Level award; a scheme delivered by Hywel Dda University Health Board and supported by local authority and third sector partners in Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion.

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  16. Second Rhoscrowther windfarm public inquiry to startRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 29 | Western Telegraph

    A SECOND public inquiry in to controversial plans to site five 100 metre high wind turbines at Rhoscrowther is to start next week. Rhoscrowther Windfarm Ltd's application to site the 100 metre high turbines on land owned by former Hundleton county councillor John Allen-Mirehouse, near the Valero refinery was turned down at the January 2015 meeting of Pembrokeshire County Council 's January planning and rights of way committee.

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  17. Pembroke Dock woman, who pretended to be her half-sister to get jobs and avoid fines, jailedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 27 | Western Telegraph

    A PEMBROKE Dock woman who pretended to be her half-sister to get jobs and a driving licence - and then avoid A 1,600 in parking fines - has been jailed today, November 27. Swansea crown court heard how her sister Paula was shocked to find bailiffs at her front door demanding payment for fines she knew nothing about and threatening to take away her personal belongings. House, now of Tylcha Ganol, Tonyrefail, admitted two offences of fraud, two of making false statements and one of perverting justice.

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  18. Schoolboy book of Battle of Britain pilot returned to PembrokeshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 26 | Western Telegraph

    A BOOK which belonged to a schoolboy who went on to fly, fight and die in the Battle of Britain in 1940 has been returned from Australia to his family in Pembrokeshire following a remarkable series of co-incidences. Entitled 'The Story of Mankind' by Henrik van Loon, the book was given to a young Rodney Levett Wilkinson in 1922.

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  19. Pembroke Dock engineer Ellie's photoshoot challenges stereotypesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 26 | Western Telegraph

    A PEMBROKE Dock engineer, one of six female engineers shortlisted for the Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards, has been captured on camera to challenge gender stereotypes in the industry. Ellie Wilson is currently employed as an Instrumentation and Control Technician at SemLogistics, Rankin Studios, renowned for shooting everyone from The Queen, to Kate Moss, and Madonna, has released a series of portraits featuring both established and upcoming UK female engineers in a bid to break down gender stereotypes in the industry.

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  20. Asbestos from repairing sea targets led to death of Pembroke Dock man, HM CoronerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 26 | Western Telegraph

    A PEMBROKE Dock man died of the industrial disease mesothelioma after coming in to contact with asbestos while repairing sea targets at the town's dockyards, an inquest heard last week. At the November 23 inquest, Coroner's officer for Dyfed-Powys Police Jeremy Davies said Cowbridge-born Mr Sealey had previously worked as a coal miner in Gilfach and had served in both the Royal Welch Regiment, later serving at Llanion barracks, and in the Royal Army Service Corps, leaving the service in 1963.

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