FOURTEEN-year-old aspiring fisherman Rhys Wonnacott, from Milford Haven, led a protest against the UK’s post-Brexit plans for the industry in April.

Many campaigners want immediate control of UK waters upon leaving the EU.

Another Pembrokeshire teenager, Lily Rice, claimed silver in the World Wheelchair Motocross Championships in California.

Lily, 14, from Manorbier, was the only GB representative in the competition, and her stunning performance earned her second place in the women’s division.

Health minister Vaughan Gething announced more than £3million funding to modernise cancer services at Withybush Hospital.

The money will allow improvements to be made to haematology, oncology and palliative care services.

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Ward 4 at the hospital was also honoured this month, for the care it gave health campaigner Ann Doran in the final weeks of her illness.

This included arranging a ward wedding for Ann and her partner Christopher in just a few hours, including finding a registrar, doing her hair and make-up, and decorating her room.

But it wasn’t all good news on the health front.

Within days of Hywel Dda health board announcing its plans to shake up services across the region - including downgrading Withybush from a general to community hospital - more than 10,000 had signed a petition opposing the proposals.

Protesters also took to the streets of Haverfordwest in April, opposing the UK government’s decision to join airstrikes in Syria.

After one of the harshest winters in decades, taxpayers were left with a £1m bill for road repairs.