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Bridge Ticket Refunds

Pembrokeshire County Council paid out £72,361.84 in refunds for unused Cleddau Bridge tickets, it has been revealed.

The bridge became toll-free on 1st April and users were given a three month period- now expired - in which to claim refunds on their unused tickets.

In all 109,142 unused tickets were returned.

19 July 2019

Gold Award for Council

Pembrokeshire County Council has been presented with a national award in recognition of the way it manages its address information database.

19 July 2019

Trick Cyclist Matti Wows Pupils

Four Pembrokeshire schools were recently treated to an impressive BMX bike display from Matti Hemmings, a professional BMX rider who travels the world demonstrating his amazing talent.

18 July 2019

Container Appeal Lost

A planning inspector has dismissed an appeal against an enforcement notice issued by Pembrokeshire County Council.

17 July 2019

Award For Brain Injury Group

A County-based voluntary support group for families living with the effects of a brain injury is the latest winner of the Pride in Pembrokeshire Award.

16 July 2019

Pupils Design Road Safety Posters

Pembrokeshire Road Safety team and Narberth-based Kia car dealers, Gravells, are working together to remind parents and children to buckle up this summer.

15 July 2019


ID: 463, revised 03/11/2017