I can’t believe it’s already February!  We’ve had a jam packed start to 2015 already with loads of birthdays, some team building with Angle Football Team and also 12 Reg Royal Artillery, a fun charity event, military adventure training and a hen versus stag party along with lots of ‘family battles‘ and a mega Night Ops.  We even had one game where the kids wanted to play against the mums.  Guess who won – yeah the kids of course!

Ronald MacDonald Housing Charity Event – January 2015

Ronald MacDonald charity event at www.battlefieldlivepembrokeshire.co.uk
Ronald MacDonald charity event at www.battlefieldlivepembrokeshire.co.uk

Staff & managers of MacDonalds of Cross Hands enjoyed a second charity event at www.battlefieldlivepembrokeshire.co.uk for RMHC.  A total of £180 was raised for the charity and both teams had brilliant fun.  It was very competitive with really good tactics being employed by both teams.  The VIP was rescued and the Black Team managed to keep her alive.  The group are already deciding on the next event.  Only thing is, will it be Night Ops or Zombies?????


Hens -v- Stags

Hens v Stags at Battlefield Live Pembrokeshire Laser Combat
Hens v Stags at Battlefield Live Pembrokeshire Laser Combat

Lotti from Marros Farm Riding Stables and her hens decided to have a battle against her future husband and his stags here at www.battlefieldlivepembrokeshire.co.uk   It was pretty close but the stags won in the end.  It was a fun, exciting game and they all loved it.


But its not been all work and no play.  We went to see a very talented guitar duo at Cafe Vista last week.  Cafe Vista is THE place to go in Tenby for great live music, mostly acoustic.  They also do great food and it’s a lovely atmosphere in there.

Talking of music we had the pleasure of watching the very talented young rock group, Moosehead, perform at the final of Battle of the Bands in The Labyrinth Live Music Bar in Haverfordwest.

Pembrokeshire-based young rock band
Moosehead – Pembrokeshire-based young rock band

The trio came a very close 2nd.  Moosehead consists of two brothers and their cousin and they are all under 16 and under, with the bass player being only 13.  They are attracting a lot of interest wherever they play.  Look out for them this year – they are going places.

Our customers can’t wait until Bothy Tearooms are open again this year.  All our regulars look forward to visiting this delightful tea room situation in the heart of Colby Woodland Gardens  If you go there you must try one of their delicious home made scones with lashings of cream and jam mmmm.

Well I’ll sign off now as supper is beckoning .

Roll on Easter – which will be upon us before we know it.