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Nearly £1400 raised at the Triathlon

A grand total of £1388.90 was raised by volunteers helping at the TriExercise Pembrokeshire Coast Triathlon on Saturday 20th June 2015 in Broad Haven. This included Tri day funds raised by volunteers – a massive thanks to everyone & Pembrokeshire Triathlon club for the opportunity Physio fit marquee – donations and selling cup cakes £135 Tri club tshirts sales £20 Batmans collection tin £83.82 Stall on the day/raffle ticket sales £336.51 Car park collections £813.59 Well done to everyone who

Get your raffle ticket – one day only…

Fantastic prizes, buy your tickets at the traiathlon on Saturday – draw at 3.30pm ONE DAY ONLY Grand Prize Raffle Tickets on sale June 20th A Weeks Holiday Accommodation at Timber Hill Lodges A Night in a Yurt @ Mill Haven Place Camping Sam Warburton signed Cardiff Blues Rugby shirt West Wales Aqua Sports Snorkel, Fin & Mask set 2 Lanes of Bowling at Pheonix Bowl £250 Voucher towards a break at Coed Haroldston A Family ticket for 4 to

Thanks for your patience…

Today saw the last delivery of steel. Trafalgar terrace car park was closed first thing – apologies for any inconvenience – but it’ll all be worth it in the end. Work is progressing well and we are still aiming for completition at the end of June but the handrails will have to be affixed by volunteers, so many hands will make for a speedier opening ceremony.

Carpenters wanted..

Calling All budding Carpenters! STB volunteers will be busy fitting the handrails along the length of the boardwalk – If you have time and skills, please do get in touch and volunteer – anything from an hour to a day will be appreciated! Email or call Linda on 01437 762979

Huge thanks

HUGE THANKS xx Sixteen Pallets of timber were skillfully unloaded by a driver & teleporter, very generously donated by local landscape gardener Gordon Smith and his team from DOWN TO EARTH LANDSCAPING. Volunteers from STB arranged collection of the Grip Deck decking timber which was safely delivered by local transporters FRENNI on June 16th. The Timber is secured in a compound made possible by another generous donation of steel site fencing from Andrew Barton of local Hire company MPH. Many

Sorry for the inconvenience

Today saw another delivery of steel. Trafalgar terrace car park was closed. Well its seems that today there was a complete lack of village communication ! School Sports day clashed with a delivery of steel for the boardwalk! We apologise for any inconvenience, but are pleased that the car park at the front was providing free parking to school parents. Phew! We have two deliveries next week as well, so there will be disruption on Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th

Bat boxes

Two Bat Boxes have been installed at the Boardwalk …Have you spotted them yet? They were made from recycled boardwalk! They are high up out of predators reach and facing a nice sunny position …. If you have any Bat experience, please get in touch , we’d love to make BATs another reason to attract visitors to this lovely habitat.

Broad Haven Gets Buzzy!

Support The Boardwalk group of Broad Haven has benefited from free National Garden Gift vouchers thanks to the ‘Have a Wild Weekend’ campaign run by Keep Wales Tidy and funded by Welsh Government’s Nature Fund. More than 70 Volunteers from Support The Boardwalk rolled up their sleeves and gave pollinators a helping hand when they found out they had been successful in applying for £500 which they used to buy 700 pollinating plants The aim of the ‘Have a Wild

Fantastic time at the Seacow gig

Support the boardwalk group would like to Thank you so much everyone of the BH Hall committee, especially Kathryn Baker and SEACOW and support acts for a truly great evening. Bar One served us all a treat all night too! Special thanks to Gareth Light for his doorman services too. I think ‘do’s at the village hall are the way to go – it looked fab! The results are in £155 raised for each charity (Broad Haven Village Hall and

All ready for the Buzz day..

On Saturday 17th May lots of work will take place at The Meadow in preparation for the Wild Week day Gordon Smith very kindly agreed to donate his mini digger for the day so we can remove 10x10m sq of turf, so that the soil is revealed ready for the pollinating flowers to be planted. There was lots of strimming and trimming and the bug hotel was started.

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