Solva Community Cinema

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (PG) – Thursday 2nd July, doors open 7.00pm

Tickets on the door: Adult £5.00, Under 16s £3.50.

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Solva Care Co-ordinator Appointed – Lena Dixon

Following the interview process on 5th June 2015, Solva Community Council has appointed Lena Dixon as Co-ordinator of the Volunteer Team for the Pilot Phase of the Solva Care project.
Lena will be working with local volunteers, in Solva and the surrounding area, to deliver a range of support services to help older people and those in need of care. Solva Care will also be working to help and support those caring for family members in their own homes. The aim is to help people to stay in their own homes and remain part of the community, and to support them and those who care for them.
For more information please contact Lena: Phone No: 07805 717556 Email:

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Crossroads Care Mid & West Wales Events Week 8th – 13th June

Table Top Sale – Solva Memorial Hall, Friday 12th June 6.30 – 8.30 pm

Crossroads Care are holding events throughout the week and all over the county to celebrate the work that unpaid carers do in caring for their loved ones. They provide carers a respite break, at home, to have time to themselves. They also provide others services, such as a Saturday Club in Milford Haven, aimed at carers with family who have memory loss and/or dementia.

Please support the Solva event, this Friday, and if you would like to book a table the cost is £5.

Contact Sharon Houghton 0n 01437 764639

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Have you heard about this?

The Wales Audit Office is undertaking a corporate assessment of Pembrokeshire County Council and we want the people who live in the county to have their say.

Wherever you live in Pembrokeshire your county council provides a number of services that affect you, your family and your wellbeing. But with financial resources becoming ever more stretched in Wales, it is important that councils prioritise areas that need to improve and have arrangements in place to ensure that citizens benefit from the most vital of services.

It couldn’t be easier to give us your views, log onto and tell us:

  • What do you think of your Council?
  • What do you think of the services your Council provides?

We want to hear from a cross section of people on any topic related to the county council. You may have views on how the council notifies you about changes to services, or thoughts on its objectives – for example on its commitment to regeneration and town centres, schools improvement and reconfiguring adult social care services.

Auditor General for Wales, Huw Vaughan Thomas, said today:

“If we are to get a clear picture of how a council is doing, we need to be asking the very people it is there to serve and support. It is important for us to hear from the people of Pembrokeshire and I would encourage as many residents as possible to give us their views.”

Please respond to this request, and share with anyone you know who lives and works in Pembrokeshire – Diolch yn fawr

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