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  1. Police report another rise in ‘Courier Fraud’

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    Remember

    • The police will never phone you and ask you to convey details of your debit or credit card.

    • The police will not caution you over the phone and ask you to collect money.

    The police will not contact you to tell you your debit or credit card has been cloned.

    • The police, or your bank, will never ask you to withdraw money or transfer it to a different account.

    • The police will never ask you to reveal your full banking password or PIN.

    • Phone a family member or friend to make sure the line has cleared and then phone 101 to report to police.

    • Report it online: https://www.dyfed-powys.police.uk/…/report-an-incident/ or call 101

  2. Pembrokeshire residents angry at news of Withybush Hospital to be downgraded

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    The news that Withybush Hospital is to be downgraded at some point with the loss of it’s A & E unit has resulted in anger and concern from thousands of residents.  The Facebook group, Save Withybush with over 16,000 members, is planning rallies and other action.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/227267358023060

  3. The law in Wales is changing.

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    21 March 2022 is a historic moment for children and their rights in Wales. From this day on, physically punishing children will be illegal in Wales.
    Anyone who physically punishes a child will be breaking the law, risks being arrested or charged with assault and may get a criminal record which is the same for any criminal offence.

    https://gov.wales/ending-physical-punishment-children

  4. The Jemima Rowing Club has received an astounding 13 medals from Welsh Rowing

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    The Jemima Rowing Club has received an astounding 13 medals from Welsh Rowing, 10 Gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze. As if that wasn’t enough the legendary Val Coleman set a new world record on the Concept2 Indoor Rower and a team consisting of Sam Benny, Rachel & Martha set a new Small Team world record by rowing for 24 hours in aid of Ukraine.

  5. Winner of Regional Tourism Award celebrate in style!

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    Well done to Fishguard Bay Welcome and the Fishguard Friendly Faces.
    They are the South West Wales Regional Winners of the National Tourism Award in the Best Destination Category.
    The twin towns are very, very proud of you.
    Looks like they enjoyed their well deserved reception at the Celtic Manor on Thursday 8th March 2018 and don’t they all look fabulous.
    Well done from the Town Council of Fishguard and Goodwick.

  6. Tourism Award Finalists

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    The Fishguard Bay Welcome team are finalists in the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards in the Welcome Team catergory. The awards will take place Saturday 21st April 2018 at The Pavilion, Withybush Showground, Haverfordwest.

    Worthy finalists and recognition of the wonderful job done by the Fishguard Friendly Faces team.

  7. Fishguard and Goodwick Surgeries to Almalgamate

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    Goodwick residents have today started to receive letters informing them that Goodwick surgery will amalgamate with Fishguard, making one surgery in Fishguard, later this year. Patients registered with Goodwick will automatically have their registration moved at the time so have no need to do anything. There are plans to extensively refurbishment the Fishguard surgery to enable it to cope with the extra patients. Staff currently working at the Goodwick surgery, which will close after the amalgamation, have the option to move to the Fishguard surgery.

    To read the letter in full click here.

  8. Good Fish Community Action Group

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    Cliff Benson from the Seatrust hosted a meeting in the Ocean Lab last night (29/1/18) with the aim of setting up a community action group. The main purpose of the group is to maximise the harbour fronts of both Goodwick and Fishguard for the benefit of our community and businesses. The meeting was well attended with over 30 people there. There was a huge amount of enthusiasm and many inspiring ideas. One of the most urgent matters is to obtain the lease from Pembrokeshire County Council for the Ocean Lab itself. This is currently held by Conygar but that expires at the end of March. Mr Benson is due to hold a meeting with Goodwicks’ county councillor next week.

    If you could not attend the meeting but are interested in helping you can email Mr Benson at:
    seatrustwales .org.uk or go to the Seatrust Facebook page at Seatrust

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