Your Local Tenby Observer Series Team
The communities we serve: The Observer series covers a large area of of South West Wales stretching from Whitland to Milford Haven and encompassing some of the country’s most popular tourist spots like Tenby, Narberth, Saundersfood, Manobier and Pembroke.
Our approach to local news: Our aim to provide local communities with accurate, unbiased and honest reporting on issues which matter to our readers and the areas in which they live.
What is great about the area we serve: The Observer series is based in one of the most popular destinations in the UK. With a blend of stunning countryside and unforgettable beaches away from the busy summer months it boasts strong communities, thriving business centres and a vibrant arts and sports scene.
How we help advertising clients: We have a dedicated team of specialists who are experienced in delivering advertising packages proven to work for local and national businesses.
“We aim to ensure that our communities have a strong voice and can thrive with the emphasis on solid local reporting.”- Tenby Observer Series
How we make a difference: Tourists may flock to the area but for our readers it is home and we aim to ensure that our communities have a strong voice and can thrive with the emphasis on solid local reporting designed to maintain the strong community feel that could so easily be lost.
Our history: The Tenby Observer was first published by Richard Manson in 1853 and claimed its place in newspaper history when in 1907 its editor, Frank B Mason, protested through the law courts at being excluded from a Tenby Borough Council meeting. He lost the case, thus highlighting the deficiency in British law. As a result, the Admission of the Press Act was passed in 1908. The paper became part of Tindle Newspapers in 1978.