Following discussions with the Conciliation service ACAS regarding the dispute at Sir Thomas Picton and Tasker Milward schools, Pembrokeshire County Council and NASUWT -The Teacher’s Union - have reached agreement regarding any potential redundancies at the schools.
Two local charities have recently benefitted to the tune of £5,000 each.
The achievements of five hard-working women who have made a huge difference in their community in Milford Haven have been recognised nationally in the TPAS Cymru awards.
Musicians and singers of all ages joined together to perform a sensational Summer Extravaganza on 12th July at Sir Thomas Picton School.
Mother and daughter folk duo DnA are a perfect example of how working together brings rich rewards.
Due to health and safety concerns, scaffolding has been erected on one of the Five Arches in Tenby.
The scaffolding will remain in place while the County Council undertakes further investigations.
The concerns centre on the quality of some of the stonework, especially in the current dry weather conditions.
Embark on a voyage to discover your inner pirate at Scolton Manor this summer.
Keep Wales Tidy has unveiled this year’s Green Flag Award winners – the international mark of a quality park or green space.
After feeding hundreds of children in her role as cook at Ysgol Eglwyswrw for the past 40 years, Mrs Anona Williams is finally hanging up her apron.
Pembrokeshire residents are being warned not to lose their voice on matters that affect them by completing and returning their annual canvass form as soon as possible.