Pembrokeshire businesses and their customers are being reminded of the important role that accurate record keeping will play in helping to stop the spread of coronavirus.
It might be the summer holidays but staff from Pembrokeshire County Council are still working hard to keep our communities, residents and visitors safe as Covid-19 restrictions continue to be lifted.
Jazz Langdon from Narberth is the winner of the AmGen Festival Welsh Learner of the Year.
Facilities at Pembrokeshire County Council’s Leisure Centres will begin to re-open in a phased and safe manner from Monday, 17th August.
Don’t jump into the water at Tenby Harbour – that’s the message agencies are relaying this summer.
Any Pembrokeshire residents who are shielding and may have concerns about the pausing of shielding in Wales on 16th August are being urged to contact the Pembrokeshire Community Hub.
If your pre-lockdown library books are taking up valuable space, then Pembrokeshire’s library service would love to have them back!
Although library buildings have not re-opened yet, an appointment system was set up in early July enabling people to return books to drop-off points at libraries in Fishguard, Milford Haven, Pembroke Dock, Tenby and Haverfordwest (The Riverside).
Do you need to take some stuff to the tip?
If so, you still need to book a slot.
Pembrokeshire County Council Leader, Councillor David Simpson, has provided a further coronavirus update for Friday, 31st July, as follows:
‘Another weekend is almost upon us - as is the main summer holiday month of August.
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority and Pembrokeshire County Council are urging visitors to check, book and plan ahead before visiting the county this weekend.