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  • TENBY TODAY | NEWS | Renewed fears for future of injuries unit | 2012
    has not yet been received it appears that an alternative has been proposed which will need to be studied From press releases there appear to be major questions as to how it will operate The suggestion is that GP surgeries will be given responsibility for minor injuries However details of how this scheme is to be operated are not clear he continued Opening hours for treating injuries and the provision of emergency nurse practitioners appear not to have been discussed What then of the future of the well equipped Minor Injury Unit Is this to be wasted and discarded or incorporated into a new system Questions need to be answered remarked Mr Thomas who said that the future of the wonderful specialist team of MIU nurses who serve this community so well must also be considered with suitable and acceptable appointments needing assurances for all of them if changes are to be made As the Hywel Dda plan is only a consultative document at this stage the South East Pembrokeshire Community Health Network have vowed not to give up the fight to save the MIU This is a majorly important element of our social structure and effective MIU facilities are needed in this area added Mr Thomas A strategy meeting will be called shortly by SEPCHN and their next meeting is planned for September 4 at New Hedges Village Hall when Health Board officials will be invited to present their case Secretary of SEPCHN Mrs Caroline Thomas has urged locals to view the Health Board s consultation document at www hywelddahb wales nhs uk Consultation and express their concerns Also see page 25 Tweet Comments on this news item Be the first to comment using the form below Add your comment Submit your comment below Your Name required Your Email
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  • TENBY TODAY | NEWS | Students celebrate degree successes | 2012
    Patricia Phillips and Angelo and the late Mary Fecci of Tenby She will now be joining the team at Symbiosis in Pembroke Dock CONGRATULATIONS to Roy Osborn for achieving a 2 1 B Sc hons degree in sports and sport sciences at Cardiff Metropolitan University UWIC A former pupil of Sageston CP School and Greenhill School in Tenby Roy is the son of Michael and Alison Osborn of Sageston CONGRATULATIONS to Becky Evans of Manorbier for for achieving a BSc Hons in childhood studies at the University of Glamorgan Becky who is a former pupil of Manorbier CP School Greenhill School and Pembrokeshire College recently attended an honours ceremony at St Davids Cathedral on July 6 She is the daughter of Wayne and Juliet Evans and sister to Heidi of Manorbier and granddaughter of Geoffrey and Mary Brace of New Hedges and Michael and Carol Evans of Penally CONGRATULATIONS To Marie Rixon of Tenby who recently completed her HNC in business studies at the University of Glamorgan CONGRATULATIONS to Chantelle Rose Johnson who has gained a B Sc 1st class honours degree in Maths at Keele University Stoke A former pupil at Greenhill School Tenby she is the daughter of Paul and Nicki Johnson of Begelly and sister of Natalie Johnson Tweet Comments on this news item Be the first to comment using the form below Add your comment Submit your comment below Your Name required Your Email required Your Location required Security question required 8 1 Your Comment required Maximum Number of characters for this text box is 400 You have 400 characters remaining for your description I agree to the terms and conditions and comment rules required The Tenby Observer may edit your comments and not all comments may be published Your comments may be published on any
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  • TENBY TODAY | NEWS | Dyster memorial restored to Tenby | 2012
    Tenby Town Council commissioned restoration specialists Abbey Masonry of Cross Hands to take on the project and with a little help from a few old photographs the company was able to put the fountain back together complete with a water facility Pembrokeshire County Council s special projects manager Rhodri Jenkins who has overseen the enhancement works in the square said that different varieties of sandstone were used to restore the Dyster while a new light fitting was added to replicate the original A plaque also features on the fountain to commemorate the fact that Dr Frederick Daniel Dyster who served on the town council from 1866 to 1872 and was Mayor of Tenby in 1867 8 erected the original drinking fountain in Tudor Square as a memorial to Lt Col Thomas Wedgwood of St Mary s Hill Tenby a Waterloo veteran who passed away in 1860 Deputy Mayor Clr Mrs Caroline Thomas said I m delighted to see the Dyster Memorial back after a long project to get it restored and bring a completion to the town centre s enhancement scheme Tweet Comments on this news item Be the first to comment using the form below Add your comment Submit your comment below Your Name required Your Email required Your Location required Security question required 9 1 Your Comment required Maximum Number of characters for this text box is 400 You have 400 characters remaining for your description I agree to the terms and conditions and comment rules required The Tenby Observer may edit your comments and not all comments may be published Your comments may be published on any Tindle Newspaper Ltd media Your email address will not be displayed Enter the code as it is shown below required This resource requires a Javascript enabled browser Adverts Main Links
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  • TENBY TODAY | NEWS | Burglar jailed for holiday crime spree | 2012
    arrested on June 26 at the caravan he had been using and officers found the drugs During two days of questioning Inder confessed to the burglaries and helped police recover some of the stolen items which included a 1 300 wrist watch He said he had operated by creeping into gardens and feeling door handles to find one that was unlocked Inder also confessed to carrying out 10 burglaries in the Port Talbot area His barrister Frank Phillips said Inder a father of two had been addicted to heroin and needed the proceeds of his crimes to fund his habit Inder he added was now deeply ashamed The court heard that Inder began his offending just one day after a suspended prison sentence had expired Judge Keith Thomas said Inder had a dreadful record for house burglaries and on this occasion had subjected the people of Tenby to a campaign of crime During one break in the 73 year old woman living there had woken up She was understandably terrified at hearing you breaking in added the judge Many of the occupiers were elderly and in some cases children were present he added Detective Sergeant Aled Williams of Dyfed Powys Police said This sentence sends out a clear message to offenders who want to commit crime in Pembrokeshire We will not tolerate this type of criminal activity In addition burglaries of this nature are rare in our county but we would like to remind residents to be vigilant and to ensure their premises are secure locking doors and windows to prevent easy access he added Tweet Comments on this news item Be the first to comment using the form below Add your comment Submit your comment below Your Name required Your Email required Your Location required Security question required 9
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  • TENBY TODAY | NEWS | Several calls for Tenby lifeboats over busy weekend | 2012
    people were in the water off the Glen Saundersfoot After an extensive search of the area by the lifeboat and Coastguard rescue teams with nothing found all units were stood down and the lifeboat returned to station On Sunday at 9 20 am the Tenby inshore lifeboat was requested to launch to investigate a drifting dinghy in the area of Skerr Rock This dinghy was retrieved by its owner before the lifeboat launched Shirtly after at 10 am the ILB the Georgina Taylor was again requested to launch by Milford Haven Coastguard after they received a report from a member of the public that someone appeared to be waving on Monkstone Point On arrival the lifeboat crew found several cormorants drying their wings a false alarm with good intent Tweet Comments on this news item Be the first to comment using the form below Add your comment Submit your comment below Your Name required Your Email required Your Location required Security question required 1 7 Your Comment required Maximum Number of characters for this text box is 400 You have 400 characters remaining for your description I agree to the terms and conditions and comment rules required The Tenby Observer may edit your comments and not all comments may be published Your comments may be published on any Tindle Newspaper Ltd media Your email address will not be displayed Enter the code as it is shown below required This resource requires a Javascript enabled browser Adverts Main Links Advertise with us Book your advert here Something to sell Place a free item for sale or find a bargain Poll To users or potential users of the Tenby Civic Amenity Site Would you be happy for Tenby s Civic Amenity Site to be relocated Read Story Yes No Poll History Most
    http://www.tenby-today.co.uk/News.cfm?id=27870&headline=Several%20calls%20for%20Tenby%20lifeboats%20%20over%20busy%20weekend (2012-09-05)

  • TENBY TODAY | NEWS | Pembroke and Monkton Local History Society | 2012
    ability to organise events on the river We hope that a spin off from this will lead to an increase in water borne tourism with benefits to businesses which are likely to capitalise on the increase in visitor numbers It is a great shame that in order to enter Castle Pond one has to negotiate with PCC and this is a daunting and difficult task for individual boat owners However on an occasion such as this the council will cooperate to allow organised flotillas to enter David would also like to add that all boats are welcome to join in and they will be assembling at Crow Pool at 2 30 pm arriving at the south Quay at about 3 15 pm Please contact David for sailing instructions on 01646 683764 An Edwardian Occasion The Pembroke Chamber of Trade has organised an Edwardian Day to coincide with the event recognising the importance of steam power during this time We have now changed our display in the shop window of the former Pretty Woman shop next to Brown s Fish and Chip café to coincide with this Our thanks to the Brown family permitting us to use this space The late Mrs Connie Brown MBE loved by us all was born in the Edwardian Era and we have made a little exhibition about her life and times Born in 1907 in Orchard Gardens she married Sid Brown who had come to Pembroke from Swansea in 1923 to work for his cousin Billy Brown at the Corn Store Connie told me My grandmother used to keep a pig in the cot quite usual then and Sid would deliver the meal That s how we met And so began a Pembroke legend they married in 1930 having first put off their wedding two years because Sid wanted to buy the fish and chip business at number 42 Main Street It was just a take away business then Connie told me chips at a penny or halfpenny a bag and fish for tuppence or three halfpence a piece This proved so popular that in 1939 they moved the business across the road to the present premises We opened a restaurant and served up a dinner of fish chips bread and butter all for one and nine pence The business carried on through the war Connie having to cope while Sid went off to war joining the Air Force She managed to open despite the rationing and serving rissoles of corned beef when fish was unavailable And so the business has carried on through three generations her son Hilton and his wife Glenys and grandson Steve surely this must be the longest running fish and chip business in the country A Pembroke Celebrity The proudest moment of my life Connie told me was receiving the MBE from the Queen I just couldn t get over it I never thought I would receive that Not one to rest on her laurels Connie continued working and her
    http://www.tenby-today.co.uk/News.cfm?id=27869&headline=Pembroke%20and%20Monkton%20Local%20History%20Society (2012-09-05)

  • TENBY TODAY | NEWS | TENBY FRIENDS OF TENOVUS | 2012
    Hodder Tenby Friends of Tenovus are very grateful to Mary for hosting the coffee morning and thank everyone who kindly supported the event The next fundraising event for Tenovus will be a Grand Auction in New Hedges village hall on Wednesday August 29 Tweet Comments on this news item Be the first to comment using the form below Add your comment Submit your comment below Your Name required Your Email required Your Location required Security question required 2 4 Your Comment required Maximum Number of characters for this text box is 400 You have 400 characters remaining for your description I agree to the terms and conditions and comment rules required The Tenby Observer may edit your comments and not all comments may be published Your comments may be published on any Tindle Newspaper Ltd media Your email address will not be displayed Enter the code as it is shown below required This resource requires a Javascript enabled browser Adverts Main Links Advertise with us Book your advert here Something to sell Place a free item for sale or find a bargain Poll To users or potential users of the Tenby Civic Amenity Site Would you be happy for Tenby
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  • TENBY TODAY | NEWS | ST. JOHNS CHURCH | 2012
    to walk wisely We are pilgrims we go out from the congregation to families to work and into the community We gather on Sunday to encourage one another It is hard to build a community in today s individualism The story of our faith is a community pulling together The work of God s people is more important than ever The Olympic 204 petals coming together to form one torch each of us must join together to form one community Encourage each other to bear witness God focuses immeasurable love on us We are surrounded by many outside forces but what a force the church can have God s love is offered to each of us for us to receive that love and to know God s Grace Everybody joined in celebrating communion Nanette said our family goes out in prayer and action to walk alongside others in their need The Grace was said and the choir concluded the service with God be with you till we meet again Notices Tomorrow Saturday members will gather for afternoon tea to celebrate the birthdays of eight people who were born in 1942 On Sunday the 11 am service will be led by Rev Alan Jenklns All are welcome in the Large Hall On Wednesday our usual Wednesday xoffee morning is held between 10 am and 12 midday with hot Welsh cakes for sale too The choir meet for practice on Wednesday nights at 6 15 pm We also welcome Rev Chris Tolley and his wife Suzzane to Tenby For further information please visit our website at stjohnstenby co uk or telephone Graham on 01646 672534 Tweet Comments on this news item Be the first to comment using the form below Add your comment Submit your comment below Your Name required Your Email
    http://www.tenby-today.co.uk/News.cfm?id=27867&headline=ST.%20JOHNS%20CHURCH (2012-09-05)