Welcome to Pembrokeshire County Living magazine
THE clocks have changed and the bad weather has set in, so it must be time to think about Christmas.
Yuletide is a time for giving, and for many generous Pembrokeshire people that means thinking of others and not just their own friends and family.
In this edition of Pembrokeshire County Living we take a look at some of the Christmas campaigns and appeals that are running in the county and the good work being done to help those less fortunate than ourselves.
With the panto season just around the corner too, we also find out where to take the family for a fabulous festive show.
Christmas wouldn’t be the same without gifts, but not everyone has the luxury of taking a peek a t a family member’s letter to Santa when trying to pick perfect present. This issue we take a look at some alternative gift ideas available here in Pembrokeshire, with ‘an experience to remember’ as the theme.
Features this month include a look at some of Haverfordwest’s horrible history – thanks to two Halloween themed articles penned by local historian Mark Muller for our sister newspaper the Western Telegraph.
Reporter Joanna Sayers experienced some Indian culture at the colourful Onam festival held in the county town this summer and sports writer Bill Carne meets the Pembrokeshire sportsman making his mark in first-class cricket with Glamorgan.
We also have a ‘bucket list’ of food experiences you must try, including some tasty Pembrokeshire produce that’s not to be missed.