Pembrokeshire County Council Leader, Councillor David Simpson, has provided a further coronavirus update for Wednesday, 1st July, as follows:
‘I hope you are all well.
As lockdown restrictions are expected to ease, businesses and building owners are reminded to check the maintenance of their premises as they re-open.
Mourners attending funerals at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth, are reminded that there is still a restriction on the numbers able to attend.
Cabinet are to be asked on Monday (6th July) to approve the invitation and evaluation of tenders for the Western Quayside development in Haverfordwest.
Pembrokeshire County Council Cabinet Members are being recommended to award a series of county projects more than £220,000 between them next week.
Expressions of interest are being sought from Pembrokeshire establishments that would like to serve food and drink in outside spaces, known as ‘Café Culture.
Approximately 2,400 self-employed people in Pembrokeshire whose business has lost income due to coronavirus have not yet claimed a government grant worth 80% of their trading profits – and they have less than two weeks to submit their application.
Pembrokeshire County Council is urging parents who book school transport for their children to ensure that the reservations are honoured.
In its latest round of event allocations, World Rowing has today announced that Great Britain will stage the 2022 World Rowing Coastal Championships and Beach Sprint Finals.
An atmospheric black and white print of a padlocked gate and an inviting grassy area beyond is the latest winner in round five of the ‘Life in Lockdown’ photography competition.