The Royal Visit


EXCITED CROWDS turned out see Her Majesty the Queen on April 29 as she visited Pembrokeshire for a number of engagements that formed part of a short tour of Wales. Arriving by Royal Train, in Haverfordwest, thousands of people lined the streets to get a glimpse of the UK’s oldest ever serving monarch, who ascended to the throne in 1952. The Queen started the day by visiting the Cotts Farm Equine Hospital Ltd, Cotts Farm, Robeston Wathen; a purpose-built facility offering veterinary equine care.… Read More

The post office’s new £20m community branch fund


THE POST OFFICE’s new £20m Commu­nity Branch Fund which help secures the long-term future of branches in villages and remote communities, will be of interest to residents in rural locations in Pembrokeshire.… Read More

Pembrokeshire Alliance Launched


THE PEMBROKESHIRE Alliance is a new political party that has been formed in the wake of a number of scandals that have rocked the County Council.Formed by three Councillors, Bob Kilm­ister, Peter Stock and Jonathan Nutting, the group is concerned about the county and where it is heading with the current regime in charge.… Read More



Strictly legal 

THE ISSUE of Cllr Jamie Adams late expense claim seems to have been put to bed by a report by the Wales Audit Office (WAO) to the council’s audit committee which finds that, by paying four-years-worth of back expenses in April 2012, the council acted within the law. While the authority MUST (my emphasis) specify a time limit, nobody is under a duty to take any notice.… Read More



WE can reveal to Pembrokeshire’s Best readers that 1 Stop Financial Services directors Timothy Hughes and Andrew Rees obtained massive incomes while mis-selling pensions products to nearly 2,000 customers across the UK.… Read More