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Concern for missing 54-year-old on Christmas Day

Police are appealing for information to locate a 54-year-old missing woman.

Angela Harrop. Credit: Dyfed Powys Police

Officers say they have "concerns for her welfare".

Dyfed Powys Police says Angela Harrop from Login, Whitland in Pembrokeshire was last seen driving a Mitsubushi L200.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101.

Welsh jockey wins two prestigious awards at horse racing 'Oscars'

Sean Bowen rides Pearl Swan at Cheltenham races. Credit: David Davies / PA Images

Sean Bowen from Pembrokeshire walked away with two Lester awards last night at a ceremony that celebrates jockeys and their achievements.

The 18-year-old was entered in the Champion Conditional Jockey category, at the event which is considered the 'Oscars' of the horse racing world.

He won his first award for 'Racing Excellence Conditional Jockey of the Year' and a second for 'AtTheRaces Jump Ride of the Year'.

The teenager is one of the youngest ever riders to take part in the Grand National and was crowned champion conditional jockey by AP McCoy in April.

Sean is the son of Welsh trainers Peter and Karen Bowen from Haverfordwest but now works for champion trainer Paul Nicholls.

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Thousands of homes across west Wales remain without water

Approximately 2,500 homes across Pembrokeshire remain without water this evening, after a water main ruptured earlier today.

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Despite hopes that the water supply would resume this evening, Welsh Water say that repair work has been hampered by significant engineering difficulties.

Water supplies are now expected to be restored from later tomorrow morning, and free bottled water is currently being distributed from Crymych Water pumping station and Crymych Rugby Club.

The following areas are currently still affected:

  • Crymych
  • Boncath
  • St Dogmaels
  • Tegryn
  • Moelgrove
  • Nevern

We are very sorry to those customers affected by the disruption. Our teams have been working tirelessly through the day to repair the damaged main, and will continue working through the night to get water supplies back to normal as soon as possible.

– Managing Director of Water Services, Ian Christie
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