Extend the hand of friendship.

First published Sunday, December 6, 2015 What is friendship? What does it mean to you? In a world where it seems we are perhaps increasingly suspicious of everyone around us, those we do trust as friends are perhaps more and more important. In amongst the near constant stream of bad news from all over the world, […]

Pride, Passion and Potential – Part 2

First posted Friday, October 16, 2015 Passion – any powerful or compelling emotion or feeling, as love or hate. Pride – something that causes a person or persons to be proud; pleasure or satisfaction taken in something done by or belonging to oneself or believed to reflect credit upon oneself; a high or inordinate opinion of one’s own dignity, importance, merit,or superiority, whether as cherished in the mind or as displayed inbearing, conduct, etc. Potential – possible, as opposed to actual; capable of being or becoming (definitions sourced from dictionary.com – each word has multiple definitions, the above are a selection of examples) The world we live in is changing. On the one hand news stories and social media feeds are filled with stories of destruction, hatred, war, loss, prejudice…. […]

Pride, Passion and Potential

First posted Friday, October 16, 2015 I live in a beautiful part of the United Kingdom. The coast is only ever a few minutes away from wherever I may be, if I turn inland there’s a choice of many pleasant and peaceful footpaths to follow, and there are several places where the night sky can […]

A reminder on why PATCH is needed.

First posted Thursday, July 10, 2015 This week saw a new budget announced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer following the General Election in May. There has been much discussion of the implications of it in the press, and on social media and how it will impact different groups within our society. Whilst everyone will […]

The future is in our hands

First posted Thursday, May 21, 2015 Pembrokeshire – the destination of choice for well over 4 million visitors a year. Tourism, and the broader visitor economy are key to the lifeblood of the county, supporting in excess of 16,000 full time equivalent jobs, a significant number of which are based in small businesses. The industry […]

Keeping the conversation going

First posted Wednesday, April 29, 2015 Whilst some visitors to the county will have planned their experience meticulously before arrival, detailing where they will go and on what day and probably will have a ‘Plan B’ mapped out for inclement weather days too, many more will have chosen their destination and accommodation and that will […]

Pembrokeshire Springs into action

First published Friday, March 20, 2015 Spring. Of the four seasons of the year, it is the one that brings new life and colour after the colder, darker days of winter. From the daffodils and snowdrops along the roadsides and the lambs in the fields, to the lengthening hours of daylight and increase in temperatures, […]