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Coroner's Office

Inquests

Pembrokeshire inquests 

Pembrokeshire inquests are usually held at the Council Chambers, County Hall, Haverfordwest, SA61 1TP, but may be held at other, appropriate, venues when necessary.

The Council Chambers does have disabled access and toilets but does not have refreshments, separate waiting rooms or telephones. There is also no parking at County Hall, however parking is available nearby including, in the multi-story car park next door to County Hall.

Anyone wishing to attend an inquest that have any special requirements (including, for example, facilities for the hard of hearing, translating or interpreting services) are requested to contact the coroner's office in advance. Those wishing to attend should go to the main reception in County Hall.

Carmarthenshire inquests

Carmarthenshire inquests are usually held at the Town Hall, Llanelli but may be held at other, appropriate, venues when necessary. The Town Hall has disabled access and toilets but does not have refreshments, separate waiting rooms or telephones. Parking is available at the Town Hall.

Coroners and their staff will identify themselves by name in their dealings with members of the public. Deputy and assistant deputy coroners act when the coroner is not available. In doing so, they exercise the full powers of the coroner.

Anyone wishing to attend an inquest at the Town Hall, who have any special requirements (including, for example, facilities for the hard of hearing, translating or interpreting services) are requested to contact the coroner's office in advance.

Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire Inquests October 2020

Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire Inquests September 2020

Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire Inquests - August 2020

Please note: that dates for inquest hearings are fixed at the time the inquest is opened. These dates remain subject to change. Frequently inquest dates are brought forward, particularly when the evidence is received earlier than was anticipated at the time the date of hearing was initially fixed. If any person has an interest in a particular inquest they are advised to check the web-site and contact the office during normal opening hours of 9.00 am- 4.00 pm as inquests are often re-listed at short notice. Whilst very effort will be made to up-date this site when inquests are listed at very short notice this is not always possible.

 

 

ID: 6758, revised 13/10/2020