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Introduction

Welcome to the Pembrokeshire Profile, which has been created from data held in the Community Profiling Partnership Database. The County Council, along with its Community Plan partners, set up the database to support the Community Plan for Pembrokeshire and provide partners with appropriate statistical information.

In the Pembrokeshire Profile you will find a wide range of facts and figures that help illustrate the social, demographic, economic and environmental aspects of Pembrokeshire. The data held in the database is sourced from Community Plan partners as well as a number of external sources. We hope you will find the content of the report accessible and useful. The profile includes sections on the following topics:

  1. Area Profiles
  2. Headline Facts
  3. Community Safety
  4. Democratic Process
  5. Employment and The Economy
  6. Education
  7. Health and Well-being
  8. Housing
  9. Natural and Built Environment
  10. Population
  11. Poverty and Deprivation
  12. Transportation

Pembrokeshire Profile has been put together by Pembrokeshire County Council's GIS and Information Team, who are responsible for maintaining the Community Profiling Partnership Database. They would be grateful for any comments from readers as to improvements to the content and layout, together with any suggestions regarding what might be included. If you are unable to find the data that you require here, or want to know if more detailed information is available for particular areas of the County then please contact either:

David Morgan,
GIS Information Co-ordinator,
Policy & Corporate Planning,
Pembrokeshire County Council,
County Hall,
Haverfordwest,
SA61 1TP
Tel: 01437 775358
Fax: 01437 775303
Email: david.morgan@pembrokeshire.gov.uk
Adam Crocker,
Corporate GIS Assistant,
Policy & Corporate Planning,
Pembrokeshire County Council,
County Hall,
Haverfordwest,
SA61 1TP
Tel: 01437 775360
Fax: 01437 775303
Email: adam.crocker@pembrokeshire.gov.uk
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