THE county's first ever sensory 'toy library' was launched in Milford Haven in May.

Local families can now borrow Braille boardgames, light-up toys and massage mats, specifically chosen for children with physical or learning disabilities.

Tributes were paid Milford United Football Club stalwart, supporter and sportsman Brian Burgoyne.

The club said he was a ‘true gentleman’ with a passion for local football.

The generosity of Pembrokeshire people was praised, following a break-in at a Milford Haven food bank charity.

PATCH (Pembrokeshire Action To Combat Hardship) volunteers came into work to find a broken window at their Haven’s Head Business Park base.

Inside the building, broken glass littered the floor, and food and toiletries had been stolen.

But within hours the charity was flooded with support, with three people offering to pay for repairs, and many more making donations to help re-stock shelves.

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A local mum with dreams of a career in music celebrated her first competition win.

Sophie Maria Adams, from Neyland, was crowned winner of the over-21 category at the Welsh Factor final in Llanelli.

Her performance of Simon and Garfunkel classic Bridge Over Troubled Water captured the attentions of judges and audience alike.

The abandoned Stack Rock Fort near Milford Haven was put on the market in June.

For £400,000 a new owner could snap up a piece of local military history.

Storm chasers were in a spin after a suspected tornado was spotted in the sky.

Pictures and videos of the 'twister' - thought to have been a funnel cloud - were sent in by readers in Haverfordwest, Milford Haven, Pembroke Dock, Neyland, Carew and Hook.