A Pembrokeshire School at the heart of its community has come out on top in a National award.
Pembrokeshire Libraries will be hosting a range of activities to entertain children of all ages this Whitsun Half Term.
If you think that a certain place in Pembrokeshire should be be identified for, or protected from development (known as a ‘candidate site’) in the new Local Development Plan, then you now have more time to let the County Council know.
Scolton Manor is summoning all superheroes for a week of epic family fun this Whitsun Half Term.
Three new Knit and Natter groups are starting in Neyland, Pembroke and Pembroke Dock libraries in June.
The Anchorage Social Activity Centre in Pembroke Dock recently took part in a sponsored swim for Sport Relief
The centre, which works with adults with a variety of learning difficulties, raised £1,250 for the charity.
To demonstrate Pembrokeshire County Council’s commitment to the new era of Data Protection legislation, the Leader of the Council, Councillor David Simpson and the Authority’s Chief Executive, Mr Ian Westley have signed up to the Personal Information Promise with the Information Commissioners Office.
The popularity of girls’ cricket in Pembrokeshire is continuing to grow – with a record 20 schools fielding teams in this year’s Girls Kwik Cricket Finals.
Children from various Pembrokeshire cricket clubs enjoyed a U9 cricket festival in the amazing surroundings of Pembroke Castle recently.
Ysgol Croesgoch was delighted to welcome Mrs Kate Moore, the recently appointed new headteacher, to an open afternoon this week.