A very warm welcome to Issue #4 of the Life Seeker community newspaper. I hope you’ve enjoyed the first month of the new year with fun, fresh air and cosy times on the sofa.

Our last issue not only generated more great comments, it has now been read over 2,500 times by the online community. It’s encouraging to know that Life Seeker is filling a gap in terms of providing local positive lifestyle content from one easy to read portal.

In this issue we are pleased to launch The Smile Files and share two real life stories on how local individuals manage their mental and physical health. Thanks to Kevin Chunisingh and Andrew Stirling for their important contribution.  

We also share ideas to look after ourselves locally in the way of moving more, contributing to good work initiatives and thinking about how to comfortably fuel our bodies.

We have our first contribution from Pembrokeshire Online on being hard of hearing, an extraordinary story about a lady walking 20k miles for Alzheimer’s Research UK and details of how Team Life Seeker will be raising money for Paul Sartori – please join us!

As always, let me know what you think of Life Seeker so far – email me to let me know.

Sal x

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Sally Boyton – Editor

live well locally

positive living news

Perennial Nursery-foxgloves - St Davids

Gardening Days and Afternoon Tea in St Davids

If you dont have a garden … come and join us, you can borrow ours and learn how to bring greenery into your life with indoor and outdoor pots. If you want to learn a little more about managing your patch…come and join us. If you want the guilt-free pleasure of pruning someone else’s tangled shrubs…come and join us.

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Imagine if you could improve your health FOR GOOD


positive lifestyle activities

Life Seeker Does Parkrun




Vegan Cookery Workshop

Love Nutritious Food



Volunteer Coffee Morning

Haverfordwest Community Fridge


21 FEB

Saturday Kitchen for Children:Pastry & Pies

Love Nutritious Food


23 FEB

St Davids Day Dragon Lantern Parade

Oriel Y Parc



Your Perfect Health Programme

The Nutrition Detectives



Give So Others Can Live Charity Dinner

Wolfscastle Country Hotel


23 MAR

Team Life Seeker Does Kapow!

Life Seeker



the smile files

your stories on physical and mental health

A large section of society experiences some form of physical or mental health challenge during their lifetime and we are keen to show we ALL have the ability to manage and improve our wellbeing, through choices about how we think and the things we do.

Read the first of our real life stories from individuals and business leaders in West Wales, which we hope will provide food for thought and inspiration to initiate positive action in you.

good work

celebrating social impact in our community

food for thought

tea break reads

Hearing Aid - NHS - Pembrokeshire - Wales

Can you hear me?

Over a number of years in my fifties, I found I was avoiding some social situations more and more. It wasn’t that I was deaf exactly. I could hear, but people had stopped making much sense if there was any background noise.

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good stuff

things we like that you might too

Books on prescription for self-help

High quality self-help books to help people with mild to moderate emotional problems, specially selected by psychologists and counsellors working in Wales.

This highly successful scheme involves a GP or other health professional prescribing a therapy book which is available to borrow from any branch library across Wales.


random finds to lighten your mood

30 Second Watch: “Seals are basically labradors of the sea!” Ben Burville, an underwater wildlife cameraman & doctor in Northumberland specialises in filming British marine life. Here he is with one of his seal buddies. Wonderful. View more of his videos here.

play smart. live well.

Life Seeker promotes Six Ways to Wellbeing as an effective way to live a happier and healthier life.

Read how they can help you


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