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Local news and happenings around the Fishguard Bay area.

Transition Bro Gwaun Wins Refresh Food Waste Contest

Transition Bro Gwaun wins Europe-wide REFRESH Food Waste Solutions Contest Today TBG heard that they have won a Europe-wide competition to act as a model for food waste cafés across Europe! Look for the whole Transition Bro Gwaun Wins Refresh Food Waste Contest story...

What’s was the station cat’s name

    The nameless but much loved station cat worked well over the years controlling rats and mice. This memorial is a great reminder of the glory days when Goodwick station was a busy place. It is great to see it doing a useful job again for growing number of...

October in Fishguard

Newsletter to Friends of Fishguard                          October 2016   So much has been happening here in the three months since the last newsletter. Fishguard is really now on the map of many people round the world. The following major events are not in any...

“Cracking the Water Cycle” in Fishguard

Experts from Australia, Austria, Brazil, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, Sweden, the UK and USA are meeting this week in Fishguard – yes the small Pembrokeshire  town better-known to Coast Path walkers than international conference delegates! They have come to...

Jay Lear exhibition

Jay Lear Born in Bristol and studied at Bristol college of art. Lear currently lives and works in Pembrokeshire. His most recent project was a large commision for Rhosygilwen concert hall. His work can appear as quiet and contemplative, yet always holding a certain...

Aidavita in Fishguard Bay

Aidavita brings 1200 passengers and 300 crew to Pembrokeshire.  Hundreds braved the choppy tendering to come ashore and visit Fishguard.  Our German visitors are really prepared to enjoy their visit.  We hope they will return. The ship, the fourteenth cruise call this...