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RESIDENTS of a Fishguard estate have welcomed a pioneering new 20mph speed zone unveiled this week, following a long campaign. The zone, which covers the whole of the Maes Hyfryd estate, has been introduced after intensive lobbying over driver... read on

FISHGUARD’S historic Royal Oak pub has attracted a flood of interest since being put up for sale last week. read on...
FISHGUARD town centre will be made subject to a 20mph speed limit. read on...
REINTRODUCTION of a whole-Dyfed council instead of county councils — with the likelihood of hundreds of job losses and bigger wards for councillors — would not be welcomed in Fishguard or Pembrokeshire. read on...
A FISHGUARD town councillor was threat-ened with being thrown out of a meeting in a row over whether a motion about how the council office is run should be discussed. read on...

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OVER the last two weekends Fishguard and Goodwick Cricket Club have picked two excellent wins in the Nicholas Insurance Pembrokeshire Cricket League, amassing 56 points to move up the table. They are now handily placed in the table and within touching distance with the leaders at the half way stage of the season. Last Saturday, Fishguard and Goodwick played against Cresselly Thirds, and batting first a steady half century opening partnership between Gino Cleal and Bernie Armstrong set up a platform for a big total. Some powerful hittingSome powerful hitting from Gino Cleal (82) and ‘Panda’ Waddup (77), in an unbroken century stand, as well as some late lusty blows from Anthony Couzens (24 from 9 balls) saw the homesters reach an excellent total of 230 for 5 in their 40 overs. See County Echo for full story... read on

CRYMYCH schoolboy Ioan Croft produced the finest display of his budding boxing career, just when it mattered most, to capture Cardigan ABC’s first-eve... read on
ECHOTHERE were records galore tumbling at Glebelands as Johnston scored a massive 369 for 5 against a makeshift Llanrhian side, who travelled minus ke... read on

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