PROTESTERS gathered in a Haverfordwest street in early June, after a convicted paedophile was thought to have moved into the area following release from prison.

Police said they understood the reasoning behind this and similar recent action, but urged people not take the law into their own hands.

Later in the month, crowds gathered again in the county town; this time in opposition to Hywel Dda health board’s plans to downgrade Withybush Hospital.

Around 1,000 people took part in the march.

A Second World War veteran took to the skies in a former RAF helicopter.

Ian Kerr-Bonner, 94, flew to Kent to say goodbye to his comrade and lifelong friend Des Page.

Ian, from Cresswell Quay, was unable to travel that far by car, but thanks to a fantastic response from readers was able to make the journey on a Westland Gazelle helicopter.

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.

International company Nestle Waters acquired a major stake in one of Pembrokeshire’s best known brands.

Co-founder of Princes Gate Water, David Jones, said the firm would remain trading from its base near Narberth.

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.

Teachers from two Haverfordwest secondary schools went on strike, following fears over job security.

Around 50 staff members, worried how their jobs would be affected by the merger of the two schools in September, held banners and placards outside County Hall.