Family pay tribute to 18-yr-old student who died in Cardiff

THE 18 year-old student who died after collapsing at a Cardiff halls of residence at the weekend has been named as Megan Pollitt from Rugby in Warwickshire. Megan’s family has issued the following tribute. “Megan Pollitt, fondly known as Meg to family and friends, sadly passed away at the University Continue Reading

Farmers and growers in Wales six months on from drought conditions

SIX months ago farmers in Wales were starting to look at the sky and wonder when it was going to rain. Growers and gardeners were watering at full tilt – and all this after unprecedented floods in South Wales in February. Carmarthenshire dairy farmer Dai Gravell, speaking in May, said: Continue Reading

Swansea gardeners don hard hats to avoid wayward golf balls

WAYWARD drives have left residents living by a Swansea golf course donning hard hats while gardening, it has been claimed. The claim was made by a resident of a new development which is adjacent to a hole at Morriston Golf Club. Protective netting has been installed between new bungalows on Continue Reading

Renewable energy projects awarded sustainable development grants

FOUR out of seven renewable energy projects asking for sustainable development grants from the national park were successful. At the beginning of November Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority’ sustainable development fund committee discussed seven applications from local projects and organisations. Decisions were made behind closed doors with all schemes asking Continue Reading

Plans for ‘border control points’ for Pembrokeshire ports

PEMBROKESHIRE council had contacted UK government about concerns about port procedures following Brexit. The details of ‘border control points’ for Fishguard and Pembroke Dock ports and the vehicles transporting goods through them are being discussed currently, Dr Steven Jones, director of communities said. An update on Covid 19 recovery in Continue Reading

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