CHRISTMAS is coming, and so are the snowmen. Well, at least they are in St Twynnells. This year there is going to be a Snowman Festival in the village church. In order to raise funds for both the church and the village hall a novel festival is being held from December 14-18. There will be many snowman scenes decorating the church as well as a family carol service on Friday the 15th at 6pm, arranged by Gloria Stenson.
PEMBROKE Ladies Guild of the RNLI held its annual fundraising Christmas buffet lunch at the officers’ mess, Castlemartin Camp on December 3, raising £1,800 for the charity. It was a perfect venue, courtesy of the British Army, for which the Guild was so grateful again this year. Glasses of mulled wine were served as guests arrived followed by a magnificent savoury and sweet buffet lunch, generously donated by Guild members.
PEMBROKE Rotary Club was treated to a fascinating talk on the restoration of the old walled garden at Lamphey Park recently. The talk was given by Simon Richards, who is passionate about walled gardens, having restored the garden on the Duke of Westminster’s Scottish estate before moving to Lamphey in 2014. The Lamphey Park walled garden was created in the late 18th Century when it would have provided all the produce required by the house.
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