Fishguard


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Fishguard

(ˈfɪʃˌɡɑːd)
n
(Placename) a port and resort in SW Wales, in Pembrokeshire: ferry connections to Cork and Rosslare. Pop: 3193 (2001)
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With no services running from Fishguard Road, Llanishen, Cardiff, to Llanishen village, elderly residents were struggling to walk the mile-and-a-half trek to the local doctor's surgery and chemist.
Stena Line routes include Holyhead to Dublin Port and Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire plus the Pembrokeshire port of Fishguard to Rosslare.
His body was found floating in the swimming pool just after 9pm on Saturday at the Fishguard Holiday Park at Green-acres, near Fishguard, Pembrokeshire.
The collection of more than 500 historical images, amassed by customers at The Fishguard Bay Hotel in Goodwick, attracted a mass online following when the hotel began sharing the photographs on its Facebook page.
South Llanishen Residents' Association say a new centre for the troubled Fishguard Road area is vital to keep youngsters off the street and help residents feel safer.
The pistols, owned by Lieutenant Colonel John Colby (1751-1823) of the Pembrokeshire Militia and Governor of Haverfordwest, were used in the Battle of Fishguard that followed an invasion of revolutionary French troops in 1797.
Viv Turner, 71, a father-of-five, of Fishguard Road, Llanishen
Over the past few years the Forum has worked closely with the Welsh Government and the Rail Unit in Cathays Park in relation to the establishment and continuation of the enhanced Fishguard Rail service, and the cost-efficient reopening of Fishguard and Goodwick station.
No buses currently run from Fishguard Road, Llanishen, Cardiff, to Llanishen village itself.
The three-year pilot was introduced between Fishguard and Carmarthen in 2011 - and the Welsh Government said feedback from the local community, passengers and business had been positive.
As reported in the Echo last month, traders and residents in the Fishguard Road area have been on the receiving end of abuse, intimidation and vandalism.
It's all about location, location, location and what better location than Fishguard for an international music festival.