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MP’S DISMAY AS LAST BANK IN TOWN SHUTS

Simon Hart MP is dismayed that Narberth high street is to lose its last remaining bank.  Barclays has announced that its St James Street branch is closing at the end of June, following the previous closures of HSBC and NatWest.

MP INSPECTS WORK TO GET A484 REOPEN AFTER FIVE MONTH CLOSURE

Simon Hart MP has visited the site of the landslip that has closed the A484 for the past five months.

He was invited to tour the area after organising a public meeting in Cwmduad in January which attracted 80 concerned residents.

MP'S BLINDFOLD WALK IN WHITLAND PROVES AN EYE OPENER

A BLINDFOLD walk through Whitland proved a real eye-opener for Simon Hart, MP for Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire.

The MP joined representatives of Guide Dogs Cymru to highlight the problems facing blind and visually impaired people as they go about their daily routine.

CONSERVATIVE DEPUTY CHAIRMAN VISITS CARMARTHEN

CLEVERLY TOGETHER: James Cleverly MP, deputy chairman of the Conservative Party, is pictured at the Ivy Bush Hotel in Carmarthen where he was the guest of honour at a joint Conservative Association St David's Day Gala Dinner.

LIFEBOAT UPDATE FOR MP

Simon Hart MP is pictured meeting RNLI officials in Westminster to learn more about the charity's national campaigns and work in Wales.

BLOW TO PEMBROKE SPELLED OUT TO SANTANDER BOSSES

Simon Hart MP and Pembroke Chamber of Trade have met Santander bosses to highlight what a blow to the town the closure of the bank branch will be.

Santander is closing its Main Street branch in May and the next nearest will be in Haverfordwest, 13 miles away.

RURAL BANK CLOSURES RAISED IN WESTMINSTER BY MP

Simon Hart MP has been speaking in Westminster about rural bank closures – hot on the heels of Santander announcing the closure of its Pembroke branch.

The banking chain is closing the Main Street branch a year after NatWest pulled out of the town.

RESIDENTS PACK OUT PUBLIC MEETING ABOUT LANDSLIP ROAD CLOSURE

Eighty concerned residents packed out a public meeting to air concerns about an ongoing road closure that is affecting their everyday lives.

The A484 between Cynwyl Elfed and Cwmduad has been closed for three months since a fatal landslip during Storm Callum.