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NFU Cymru Haverfordwest office officially opened

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office openHAVERFORDWEST’S newly refurbished NFU Cymru / NFU Mutual office has been officially opened by the NFU President, Meurig Raymond and NFU Mutual Chairman, Richard Percy.

Speaking at the event, just before cutting the ribbon across the new front door, Meurig Raymond said, “This refurbishment of Agriculture House in Haverfordwest sends a strong message about how important farming is to the county of Pembrokeshire and the important role NFU Cymru plays in representing local farmers. I became County Chairman of the NFU in Pembrokeshire back in 1989 and have fond memories of all the meetings I’ve attend here over the years. Congratulations to the staff on doing a fantastic job of the refurbishment.”

The new open plan layout of the office and its improved and modern facilities are home to the team of eight qualified staff, who provide professional agricultural guidance and support to NFU Cymru farmer and grower members in the Haverfordwest area. In addition to this, insurance and financial services are provided to a wide range of business and personal customers within the locality.

Richard Percy, NFU Mutual Chairman, said, “People have always valued good service from local businesses and the NFU Mutual’s philosophy has always been to provide an attentive and personal service for members, whether talking to them on the phone, face-to-face in the office, or visiting them at their businesses or in their homes. It is the special link between the NFU and NFU Mutual that makes the business as strong as it is. The refurbishment looks fantastic and improves the service we provide for our customers.”

NFU Cymru Group Secretary, Howell Davies, and his team have a wealth of business experience and attribute their success to the standard of service provided and building long-lasting relationships with members. Howell said, “The refurbishment shows our commitment to continuing to provide a high quality service to members and customers in the local area and we are keen to show them what we can offer. The high level of service available at this office has now been complimented by a high quality refurbishment. Thank you to everyone who made the office opening a special occasion, particularly those who contributed to the raffle which raised £75 for RABI.”

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Broad Haven: Car overturns in wet weather on B4341

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A CAR overturned in the wet weather on the B4341 Haverfordwest to Broad Haven road on Friday evening (Jul 3).

First on the scene, local Stephen Hughes told The Herald: “I was driving along and noticed a car had overturned on the Broad Haven Road past the left turning for Tiers Cross. I stopped and checked to see if everyone as okay.

“No one was injured, and I stayed until the police arrived.”

Police directed traffic and assisted with the recovery of the vehicle.

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County Hall in NHS blue lights tribute

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COUNTY HALL in Haverfordwest was lit in blue last night (Friday, 3rd July) and will be again tonight and tomorrow night as a tribute to NHS workers and social care staff throughout the country.

The illumination also marks the 72nd anniversary of the NHS on Sunday.

Said Pembrokeshire County Council Chairman, Dr Simon Hancock: “We owe these workers a great debt which will never be fully repaid and this gesture by the Council is richly deserved.”

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Cllr Beynon suspended as school governor at Pembroke’s Ysgol Harri Tudur

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PEMBROKESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL said that they are unable to comment on the suspension of a Pembroke Dock councillor as a school governor.

Cllr Beynon confirmed that he has been suspended as a school governor at Pembroke’s Ysgol Harri Tudur.

“I’m looking forward until when the ombudsman throws out the complaints,” Cllr Beynon said.

Paul Dowson, a fellow Pembroke Dock councillor, recently resigned from the board of school governors of Ysgol Harri Tudur.

Cllr Dowson said after he resigned: “I feel a recent smear campaign reflects badly on the school even though its untrue.”

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