Children’s Commissioner for Wales helps deliver powerful messages from children
One of the highlights of the local sporting calendar, the Sport Pembrokeshire Awards 2022 were held on Friday (25 November) at Folly Farm.
Encouraging safeguarding professionals and practitioners to engage with and listen to children and young people was at the heart of an event hosted by the Mid and West Wales Regional Safeguarding Board for children, as part of its National Safeguarding Week activities and program for 2022.
Today (23 November 2022), a public-private consortium unveiled their transformational bid for a Celtic Freeport, which will deliver an accelerated pathway for Wales’ net zero economy.
Pembrokeshire residents are being reminded about the Welsh Government’s Fuel Support Scheme which provides £200 per household for eligible customers.
Pembrokeshire County Council was delighted to host the Pembrokeshire Spotlight Awards 2022 on 11th November 2022 at the Merlin Theatre, Pembrokeshire College to celebrate the achievements of Pembrokeshire’s young people.
Parents and carers of the youngest pupils in primary school (up to Year 2) are being reminded that their children are eligible for free school meals.
A resident of Hillside Care Home in Goodwick has celebrated a remarkable 108th birthday.
Pembrokeshire County Council’s Social Care recruitment campaign won the Marketing Campaign of the year at the West Wales Health and Care Awards.
Young musicians in Pembrokeshire recently enjoyed a day rehearsing music with professional musicians from the Band of the Welsh Guards, before performing alongside them in a special evening concert at Haverfordwest High VC School.
If you regularly care for a relative, friend or neighbour who could not manage without your help and you don’t get paid for it, then you are a Carer.