TO ADVERTISE, ’PHONE TENBY (01834) 843262, FAX 844774 44 OBITUARY MR. R. W. V. BENNETT KILGETTY MR. T. LYNCH PEMBROKE The death occurred on Saturday, November 2, of Mr. Ralph William Vivian Bennett, aged 74, affectionately known as Viv, of James Park, Kilgetty. Beloved husband of Irene, dearly loved dad of Gareth, a much-loved brother and uncle. The funeral service will take place Wednesday, November 13, at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth, at 1.45 pm. There will be family flowers only, with donations, if so desired, for Tenby Day Centre, c/o E. C. Thomas and Son, funeral directors, Zoar Chapel Funeral Home, Llanteg, who are also carrying out the funeral arrangements. The death occurred peacefully at Bush House Nursing Home, Pembroke, on Thursday, October 31, of Mr. Trevor Lynch, aged 90, formerly of Croft Court, Pembroke. Dearly-loved, he will be sadly missed by all his family and friends. The funeral service will take place today (Friday, November 8) at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth, at 11.30 am. There will be family flowers only, with donations in lieu, if so desired, for Stroke UK, c/o E. C. Thomas and Son, funeral directors, Zoar Chapel Funeral Home, Llanteg, who are also conducting the funeral arrangements. Tel. (01834) 831876. MR. A. G. HUGHES PEMBROKE DOCK The death occurred suddenly on Saturday, November 2, at home of Mr. Alan George Hughes, aged 60, of Military Road, Pennar, Pembroke Dock. Devoted husband of Tracey, dearly-loved dad to Hayley and Gemma, cherished son and son-in-law, much loved brother and brother-in-law. The funeral service will take place on Tuesday, November 12, at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth, at 11.30 am. There will be family flower only, with donations, if so desired, for the RNLI - Tenby Lifeboat, c/o E. C Thomas and Son, funeral directors, Zoar Chapel Funeral Home, Llanteg, who are conducting the funeral arrangements. MR. E. J. LOWE MANORBIER As reported last week, the death occurred peacefully at his home in Warlows Meadow, Manorbier, on Wednesday, October 30, of Mr. Edward James Lowe. He was aged 83. Edward was predeceased by his wife Vera, but is survived by his children Jenny, Jim, Peter, Rebecca and Vanessa and their families. The funeral service takes place today (Friday, November 8), 1 pm, at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth. There will be family flowers only, with donations, if desired, payable to RNLI, c/o funeral directors, W. and M. J. Rossiter and Sons Ltd., The Old Rectory, The Norton, Tenby, tel. 843160, or Landsker House, 21 Station Road, Narberth, tel. 861300, who are conducting the funeral arrangements. Donations in memory Funeral directors, Messrs. W. and M. J. Rossiters and Sons Ltd., The Old Rectory, The Norton, Tenby, acknowledge the following donations received in lieu of flowers for various good causes. In memory of Mr. Peter David Evans, of 14 Lake Drive, New Hedges - £200 for Greenacre Animal Rescue. In memory of Mr. David Norval Berry, of 3 Culver Park, Tenby - £105 for Angle RNLI. In memory of Mr. Terence Albert Norris, of Two Hoots, Stepaside, Narberth - £335 for RNLI Saundersfoot Branch. In memory of Mr. Martin Pratt, of 30 Gray Avenue, Manorbier - £35 for Bipolar Disorder Research. In memory of Mrs. Mary Margaret Wright, of Heathway, Station Road, Kilgetty - £125 for British Heart Foundation. In memory of Mrs. Lily Patricia Weatherley, of Park House Court Nursing Home, Tenby, and Ragged Staff, Saundersfoot - £195 for Macmillan Cancer Support. In memory of Mr. Alan Askew, of 52 Knowling Mead, Tenby - £35 for RNLI. In memory of Mr. William James John Cole, of 4 Green Crescent, Tenby - £55 for Guide Dogs for the Blind and £20 for Help for Heroes. In memory of Mr. John Shelley, of 10 Church Close, Begelly - £93.50 for MENCAP. In memory of Mr. Peter William James, of 31 Kings Road, Cardiff - £175 for British Heart Foundation. INDEPENDENT FAMILY FUNERAL DIRECTORS Serving Pembrokeshire since 1949 Monumental Masons Caring and dignified 24 hour personal service by professionally qualified staff Private Chapel of Rest and viewing rooms Pre-paid bespoke funeral plans New Memorials, additional inscriptions and all renovations TENBY NARBERTH The Old Rectory, The Norton, SA70 8AB Landsker House, 21 Station Road, SA67 7DR Mobile: 07970 959 920 Mobile: 07970 959 920 Tel: (01834) 843160 Tel: (01834) 861300 Website: www.rossiterstenby.co.uk - e-mail: [email protected] MRS. M. H. BRIGHT PEMBROKE DOCK MRS. M. W. R. ROBLIN PEMBROKE The funeral took place recently of Mrs. Maureen Hilda Bright, of 21 Stranraer Road, Pennar, Pembroke Dock. Aged 79, she passed away on October 7 in hospital where she had been a patient for nine weeks. A native of Willesden, she was a wages clerk for Lyons and Heinz. She also worked as a wages clerk for Firth Cleveland Extrusions, Ferry Lane, until 1969. Her main interests were knitting and reading. She is survived by her husband Kenneth, Suzanne and Jim Stephens (daughter and son-in-law), Matthew Stephens (grandson) and Trish, Michelle Gould (granddaughter), Ieuan Gould (greatgrandson), Cerwyn Gould (great-grandson), Evie Stephens (great-granddaughter), Brian Davis, Terry Davis, Gordon Davis (brothers), Diane James (sister), Gill Davis, Glenys Oliver, Edie David (sisters-in-law). The funeral service took place at St. Patricks Church on October 28. Interment followed at Llanion Cemetery. Rev. Canon Andrew Davies officiated. Bearers were Justin Davis, Jason Davis, Michael Davis and Stephen Davis (nephews). Principal mourners were: Kenneth Bright (husband), Suzanne and Jim Stephens (daughter and son-in-law), Matthew Stephens (grandson) and Trish, Michelle Stephens (granddaughter), Ieuan and Cerwyn Gould (great-grandsons), Evie Grace Stephens (great-granddaughter), Diane and Mervyn James and family (sister and brother-in-law), Brian Davis and family (brother), Terry Davis and family (brother), Gordon Davis and family (brother), Gill Davis and family (sisterin-law), Glenys Oliver and family (sister-in-law) and Edie Davis and family (sister-inlaw). There were family flowers only, with donations for the British Heart Foundation, c/o E. C. Thomas and Son, funeral directors, Zoar Chapel Funeral Home, Llanteg, who also carried out the funeral arrangements. The funeral took place recently of Mrs. Margo Winifred Rachel Roblin, of Woodland Glimpse, 6 Maidenwells, Pembroke. Aged 81, she passed away on October 24 at Withybush Hospital, Haverfordwest, where she had been a patient for two weeks. A native of Maidenwells, she spent her working life as a housewife. Her main interests were gardening, knitting, reading and playing the piano. She was a lifelong member of Gilead Chapel where she was organist and chorister for many years. Predeceased by her husband Frederick George Roblin, she leaves to mourn Christine Sabido (daughter), Robert Sabido (son-in-law), Natalie and Stephen Sabido (grandchildren), Eileen and Gerald Cadogan (sister and brotherin-law), Margaret Roblin (sister-in-law), Pauline, Emyr and Rhiannon Williams (niece and family). The funeral service took place at Gilead Chapel on Friday, November 1, with interment at the chapel. Robert James officiated. Bearers were Stephen Sabido (grandson), Emyr Williams (niece’s husband), Brian Lewis and Christopher Lewis (family friend). Principal mourners were Christine Sabido (daughter), Robert Sabido (son-in-law), Natalie and Stephen Sabido (grandchildren), Eileen and Gerald Cadogan (sister and brother-in-law), Margaret Roblin (sister-in-law), Pauline, Emyr and Rhiannon Williams (niece and family), Chrissie Adams (grandson’s girlfriend), Margaret Brown, Edna Merriman, Glenys Phillips, Brian Hall, David Jenkins, Rose Sabido, Julie and David Sangster, Pat Brian and Christopher Lewis, Kaye and Ian Daglass, Joan Lewis. Pembroke and District Male Voice Choir and organist Christine Lloyd were also in attendance. Donations in lieu of flowers for Pembrokeshire Cancer Services Fund, c/o Mr. Graham Thomas, 34 Charles Thomas Avenue, Pembroke Dock. The funeral arrangements were carried out by E. C. Thomas and Son, 31 Stockwell Road, Pembroke Dock. MRS. B. M. BELL TENBY (formerly of Pentlepoir) The death occurred peacefully at Belmont Court Nursing Home, Tenby, on Wednesday, October 30, of Mrs. Barbara Maureen Bell. She was aged 87 and was formerly of Pentle Drive, Pentlepoir. Barbara was predeceased by her husband Max, but is survived by son and daughter-inlaw Stuart and Maria, son and daughter-in-law Douglas and Andrea, granddaughters Kathryn, Nicola and Katie, and great-grandchildren Grace and Joseph. The funeral service takes place on Monday, November 11, 11.30 am, at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth. There will be family flowers only, with donations, if desired, to be made payable to RNLI, c/o funeral directors, W. and M. J. Rossiter and Sons Ltd., The Old Rectory, The Norton, Tenby, tel. (01834) 843160, or Landsker House, 21 Station Road, Narberth, tel. (01834) 861300, to whom all inquiries should be directed. Donations in memory E. C. Thomas and Son, Funeral Directors, Zoar Chapel Funeral Home, Llanteg, and 31 Stockwell Road, Pembroke Dock, gratefully acknowledge the following donations received in lieu of flowers for various nominated charities: In memory of Mr. George Henry Smith, of Pembroke £580 for Sunderland Ward, South Pembrokeshire Hospital and Macmillan Cancer Support. In memory of Mr. Thomas Charles Ellis, of Saundersfoot - £720 for Ty Hafan Children’s Hospice. In memory of Mr. Kenneth John Williams, of Tenby £125 for Dementia UK. In memory of Mr. Henry William Gough, of Jameston £75 for St. James Church, Manorbier. In memory of Mrs. Roma May Griffiths, of Tenby £1,000 for the Harriet Davis Trust. OBSERVER, FRIDAY 8th NOVEMBER 2013 Carew Community Council Nine councillors were present at the October meeting of Carew Community Council when among matters discussed were the following MATTERS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES The gate at Carew Newton Cemetery has now been replaced. A letter of thanks was to be sent. The collapsed drain at Paskeston Lane had now been repaired. Speed survey lines had been placed on the Villa Hill. The 30 mph sign by the bus shelter near Whitehill had been secured and the playground sign in Carew had been turned to face the correct way. Problems with dog fouling persist: The dog warden and Environmental Health were to be informed. Parishioners with complaints about dog fouling should contact PCC on the main number, 01437 774551, so that the calls can be logged and the matter given priority attention. The problem with weeds growing under the Old Bridge at Milton and clogging the river was being pursued. Work on Teague’s Cross bus shelter was nearly complete. Boundary Commission report: Following perusal of the document over the last month by councillors, there were no adverse comments. Carew Newton cemetery fees: This matter was to be discussed at the November meeting along with further documents that had been produced. PLANNING The following application had been granted by PCNPA - provision of single storey extensions, side extension and rear living room extension at Waters Edge, Whitehill. The following planning applications were received: Erection of a rural enterprise dwelling - land north of Poyerston Lodge, Cosheston. Following detailed discussion and perusal of the plans and accompanying documents, there were no adverse comments nor obvious grounds for refusal identified. Installation of four roof lights in garage at Kingston, Pincheston Farm, Sageston. Following detailed discussion and perusal of the plans, councillors queried why so many roof lights were needed in the garage/workshop. Correspondence from architects regarding Old School Hall at Redberth was read out. No action was necessary at this time. CORRESPONDENCE Communication was received regarding rubbish bins not being emptied on Birds Lane and also the street lights at Kesteven Court being turned off at night. County Clr. Neale agreed to look into the problem with the bins. With regard to street lighting, notification from PCC was received at the beginning of last year stating that street lights would not be lit after 12 midnight and further measures throughout the parish and county would be implemented in due course. The dual purpose bin at Carew Castle Picnic Site had now been moved to the entrance of the picnic site to enable PCC to empty the bin on a regular basis. Notices concerning fortnightly bin collections were given to councillors for notice boards. Questions and answers information was to be put on the website. PARISH MATTERS The Jubilee bench on the Castle Walk required repair. The ‘Slow Children Playing’ sign for Carew Park Estate had still not been provided. The highways department were to be congratulated on the road resurfacing at Carew Newton. A report was received of a large piece of road missing at Pick Road which was hazardous to vehicles, cycles and pedestrians. County Clr. David Neale agreed to investgate this. The work on the Castle Car Park and War Memorial was progressing well and the raised borders had been removed. A report was received on problems with lorries coming out onto the road leading to the Control Tower. There were also reports of two near misses. Of further concern was tour buses with visitors to the Control Tower, which visit on a regular basis. County Clr. Dave Neale agreed to look into having the hedge trimmed back along this road. The next meeting of the council will be on Thursday, November 14, at 7.30 pm. Don’t let flu stop you caring Did you know that as a carer, you may be eligible to receive the flu vaccination? The flu vaccine is available for free if you are aged 65 or over; considered to be in a clinical ‘at risk’ group by your GP or are living in a long-stay care facility (i.e. a residential care home) where seasonal flu could spread easily and put lives at risk. However, if you are concerned about the welfare of the person you care for if they, or you were to get the flu, you may also be entitled to receive the vaccine free of charge. As the main carer for an elderly or disabled person or as someone who receives Carer’s Allowance, by explaining your concerns to a doctor they can make an informed decision about your situation. Contact your GP for more details on receiving the flu jab. There are also some community pharmacies offering the flu jab, ask your local pharmacist for details.
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