Nodding DonQuies

I notice that other website is running a Christmas competition for the Golden DonQui award. I must say it’s a field packed with thoroughbreds, but, once I’d seen them in the parade ring, it didn’t take me long to decide on the likely winner.
I’m not letting on who I voted for – wouldn’t want to give them the chance to claim that I influenced the result.
I would advise anyone who finds themselves spoilt for choice to hang on until after Boxing Day when I will be posting some further interesting information about yet another building in Dimond Street, Pembroke Dock.
Clue: it’s not the one with the phantom “third side elevation” over which Cllr David Pugh has already issued an unreserved apology.
The webcast of council proceedings is definitely the best thing since sliced bread. No denying what they said, no claiming we have misunderstood, no saying we have taken their remarks out of context.
Just the plain unvarnished truth – not familiar territory for the IPPG leadership.
And people can see for themselves all the interesting bits that the Western Telegraph has chosen to suppress – a subject I will be dealing with on Boxing Day.