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News 2019

New ‘Easier-To-Read’ Bus Timetable Launched

The first ‘easier-to-read’ bus timetable in the UK has been launched in Pembrokeshire.

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BBC Breakfast Show Broadcasting in Pembrokeshire

BBC Breakfast arrived in Pembrokeshire as part of the lead up to the General Election.

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New Farm Shop Helps Support Disabled People

A new Christmas retail outlet selling a range of hancrafted products opened in Scolton Manor near Haverfordwest.

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PATCH Christmas Toy Appeal Launched

PATCH is launching its Christmas toy appeal to deliver festive cheer to children in Pembrokeshire.

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Dementia-friendly swimming sessions make a big splash

Haverfordwest Leisure Centre are holding an event part of the Dementia Supportive Communities project in Pembrokeshire.

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Hidden Disabilities Blue Badge Scheme

People with disabilities such as dementia and anxiety disorders is able to access blue badge parking permits across England and Wales.

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Diary of a Dyslexic School Kid launch at Victoria Bookshop

A Pembrokeshire author will be signing her new book “Diary of a Dyslexic School Kid” at Victoria Bookshop, Haverfordwest on Saturday 26th October.

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Scolton Manor Farm Shop Opened

A new farm and produce shop has opened in Scolton Manor in Haverfordwest.

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Sian Andrews Ready to Launch Website

Sian Andrews, a Haverfordwest web developer has created a website to make people aware about the accessible places, facilities and services within the county of Pembrokeshire.

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Pembrokeshire Disabled Bowlers Bring Home the Bronze

Three members from the Pembrokeshire Disabled Bowlers Club were selected for the Welsh team alongside nine bowlers from the Cardiff Chameleons.

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Access Pembrokeshire Website Launched

A website for people with learning disabilities has been launched.

 

The Access Pembrokeshire website is the first website in Pembrokeshire that has been developed by people with additional learning needs for people with learning disabilities.

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Success For Tenby Girls

Haverfordwest Leisure Centre was host to the Inter-District Junior Schools’ swimming gala recently.

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Medals galore for Pembrokeshire Disabled Bowlers’ Club

Pembrokeshire Disabled Bowlers Club won nine medals for their excellent performances at a Welsh Learning Disabilities Indoor Bowls Singles Championship at Sophia Gardens.

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Bertie Bass' Clean Seas Message Hooks Top Award

A community in Pembrokeshire has won a top Welsh environmental award from One Voice Wales with their giant fish sculpture.

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BBC Wales Today Weatherman Derek Brockway Steps Out in Saundersfoot

Derek Brockway, a BBC Wales Today weatherman, will be exploring the coastline from Saundersfoot and Pendine as part of BBC One Wales’ programme “Weatherman Walking”.

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Pembrokeshire Swimmer Broke Two World Records

Rhys Davies, a Pembrokeshire County Swimming (PCS) member, is recuperating from regional championships that were held in the Haverfordwest Leisure Centre.

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Home Bargains introduces Quiet Hour for Autistic Shoppers

Home Bargains in Milford Haven is going to introduce a weekly quiet hour for members of the public with autism. 

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