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Sometimes it feels as if nothing is going right in the world. COVID and its resurgence, the cost of living crisis, and the threats posed by climate change are all interacting in ways to cause worry and put pressure on individuals, families and communities. Despite the doom and gloom that surrounds us we do have much to celebrate in Pembrokeshire.
Welsh craft activities, singing, games, story time and Sion Corn at Crymych Library
Park Authority sponsorship boost for Boxing Day Swim’s belated half century
Commodores Ball raises funds for local Hospice
The Pembrokeshire Yacht Club have recently held their annual Commodore’s Ball, after a long break for numerous reasons and then the Coronavirus outbreak. This year’s Commodore’s Ball was held at Wolfscastle Country Hotel on Saturday 22nd October. They chose to support Paul Sartori Foundation, a local hospice at home charity which supports adults at the end-of-life.
Major boost for patients as ‘ambitious’ £20m Day Surgery Unit prepares to open its doors
Hywel Dda University Health Board is pleased to announce the opening of our brand new £20m Day Surgery Unit at Llanelli’s Prince Philip Hospital, in a major boost to our efforts to tackle surgical waiting lists across the region.
New facilities to support the growth of Celtic Sea FLOW take another step forward
Land management works have begun at Pembroke Port signalling the start of another important phase in the £60 million Pembroke Dock Marine project. Contractors, the Walters Group, have mobilised on site tasked with creating 17,000 sqm of laydown space by the end of 2024.
Children’s Commissioner for Wales helps deliver powerful messages from children
Encouraging safeguarding professionals and practitioners to engage with and listen to children and young people was at the heart of an event hosted by the Mid and West Wales Regional Safeguarding Board for children, as part of its National Safeguarding Week activities and program for 2022.
Early kick-off sees festive drink and drug drive campaign during World Cup
Milford Haven Karate Club travelled to Merthyr Tydfil to compete in their final event of the 2022 season, and came away with gold and silver medals.
With Connor John in contention to finish with a ranking of third in the Welsh Under 14s category, he got off to a flying start in the first round, winning by ippon with a beautifully timed head kick.
Health and Care Applications Library - helping you to manage your health and well-being at home
There are many ways we can all take steps to support our own health and well-being, and there’s often a digital application (app) available to help manage health conditions or our keep our general health on track. However, with so many apps available, finding one that suits you can sometimes be a challenge.
Consortium unveiled their transformational bid for a Celtic Freeport
Today (23 November 2022), a public-private consortium unveiled their transformational bid for a Celtic Freeport, which will deliver an accelerated pathway for Wales’ net zero economy. The bid is expected to generate over 16,000 new jobs and generate up to £5.5 billion of new investment.