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Simon Hart calls for evidence of danger junction in Red Roses

Simon Hart MP is calling for evidence about a dangerous junction in Red Roses following a number of crashes at the accident black spot.

Since the new by-pass opened in 2014 Mr Hart has been lobbying to have the junction made safer.

Dead fish pollution incident alarms Simon Hart MP

Dozens of dead fish washed up as a result of a river pollution incident has alarmed MP Simon Hart.

The River Gwynddo which runs through Llanmill near Narberth has been turned into a murky green torrent and dozens of dead fish have washed up.

Simon Hart MP meets leading apprentice

Simon Hart MP has met Chris Caine, 20, from Kilgetty to hear about being the only joiner selected to represent the UK at Europe's most important and prestigious skills competition.

The EuroSkills Competition in September sees teams from across Europe compete in a wide range of skills.

Village with super fast broadband but no mains water

Villagers in Hebron can turn on their laptops and get superfast broadband but they can't turn on their taps and get mains water.

About 20 homes in the centre of the village near Llandissilio have never been connected to the mains supply. Instead they rely on bore holes and wells.

Simon Hart MP takes on Tour de Cymru for inclusive sport

Simon Hart MP has joined a group of keen Welsh cyclists taking on an epic 320 mile journey across Wales this weekend. The 'Tour de Cymru' is a 4-day cycling challenge, raising money for disabled people to access sport in Wales.

Red Squirrel success on Caldey Island

The monks of Caldey Island are celebrating some unusual new arrivals – baby red squirrels.

The seven-year-project to introduce the shy mammals to the island off Tenby has been hailed a success with the arrival of three litters of kits.

Simon Hart's rare visitor gives local hospice charity a boost

Simon Hart MP is pictured with Ruth Barnes, supervisor of the Paul Sartori Hospice Shop in Narberth after handing over £500 to the charity.

Mr Hart raised the money by opening his garden near Narberth to birdwatchers who flocked from all over the UK to see a rare green heron.