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12 News Barafundle Bay receives worldwide recognition HERALD RADIO is the


station that plays hit music from the 80s, 90s, 00s, 10s and today’s Top 40, and brings you the latest news stories from across West Wales. Some of the stories we’ve covered this week include that plans have been submitted for the new Aberystwyth Innovation and Enterprise Campus, but there are concerns about road widening on the A4159 and the speed limit on the C1010. We told you about a swan that was rescued from Golden Manor Nursery aſter it crash landed in the playground and we told you about plans to bring more footfall in Carmarthen to Jacksons Lane, Chapel Street and Red Street. As well as playing a mix of


‘A visual overdose of beauty’: Barafundle Bay named in top 25 world’s best beaches by Passport Magazine A PEMBROKESHIRE beach


described as a ‘visual overdose of beauty’ has once again been named alongside internationally famous shorelines and taken a spot on a new top 25 best beaches list. Barafundle Bay, situated near


Stackpole Quay and managed by The National Trust, has been named alongside beaches from California to Cape Town as well as Melbourne, Rio de Janeiro, Auckland and many other spectacularly beautiful sites. It is also just one of two UK


beaches listed; the other being Robin Hood’s Bay in Yorkshire. Featured in Passport Magazine


in an article titled ’25 Best Beaches in the World’, Wales’ coastline is immediately highlighted for its ‘windswept grandeur’ and ‘rocky


coast’, and is compared to ‘idyllic white sands and sensuous turquoise waters of Bora Bora’. When it comes to Barafundle


Bay more specifically, it states: “Barafundle Bay, part of southwest Wales’ Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, is a revelation – all the more so for the process of arriving there. “As you approach by car, rolling


countryside turns more dramatic, sheer and craggy cliffs dropping precipitously to the sea.” The article goes on to describe


the idyllic surroundings as you journey through ‘bright emerald fields’, admiring ‘the deeply-striped cliffs’. It later states: “Ascending, the dirt track disappears and you’re in open


green fields, the pastures backed by rolling hills and the shimmering bay below, ringed by rocky cliffs. A few more minutes and you’re standing above Barafundle Bay. “A fairly steep flight of steps


brings you down to the sand. It’s been consistently voted one of Britain’s best by whomever votes on these things, and it’s easy to see why: it’s a luxuriant curve of sand, topped by dunes and grasses on hills that make it feel immensely private. “The long stretch of cliff known


as Stackpole Head sticks into the sea like an arm. A little boulder sits jauntily offshore. The waves crash against the smooth sand.” It ends: “Your company here?


12 people, four dogs, and a visual overdose of beauty.”


familiar hit music, we give you a chance to hear some more specialised music programming on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights between 8pm and midnight. On Friday nights, we go ‘In Te Mix’ with Herald Radio’s very own Danny Slade from 8pm and


featuring guest mixes from 9pm until midnight. On Saturday, from 8pm-midnight, you can hear ‘Te Latest Dance and Club Classics’, meaning the best commercial dance tunes from the very late 80s to the brand new dance songs of today. On Sunday night from 8pm, we break one of our own rules and play 70s music with the ‘70s Hour’, then from 9pm you can hear the ‘00s Hour’ - a whole hour of music from 2000-2009 and from 10pm until midnight is ‘Te Rock Show’, where you can hear the best guitar tunes from your favourite bands and artists. As well as www.tunein.com,


www.streema.com and www. onlineradiobox.com, you can also now hear us via www.liveradio.ie, which is an Irish based site that is now kindly offering Herald Radio as a station choice. But, remember: the easiest way to listen is via www. heraldradio.com. If the station doesn’t start playing automatically then just click the play icon on the player.


THE HERALD FRIDAY JANUARY 13 2017


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WWW.HERALDRADIO.COM Business rates concerns


FOLLOWING the publication


of business rates increases, that many insist unfairly penalise their business, an open meeting will be held at 11am at the Pavilion, Withybush Showground next Friday (Jan 20) to discuss concerns. The meeting is being organised


by Pembrokeshire Tourism Ltd in response to a large number of concerns raised by tourism operators across the county. A panel consisting of Paul Davies AM, Brian Jones from the


POLICE are appealing for


information regarding a shed burglary in the St Martins Park area of Haverfordwest. The incident occurred last year


between 9am on November 19 and 7am on November 20. During this time, it was noticed


Swansea Valuation Office and Kerry MacDermott, Head of Housing and Revenue Services at Pembrokeshire County Council, will be present to answer questions. The meeting will be chaired by Anthony Kirkbride from the South Wales Chamber of Commerce. Any Pembrokeshire business


owners affected by the rates increase are encouraged to attend the meeting so that they may take the opportunity to discuss their concerns and receive important information.


Police appeal over shed burglary


that damage has been caused to the shed and the items inside moved around. If you have any information,


please call PC 887 Morris on 101 or email james.morris@dyfed- powys.pnn.police.uk.


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