Gestures of kindness towards a group of young people have been praised.
The Criw Cymraeg (Welsh Crew) at our schools in Pembrokeshire have been busy preparing a whole host of exciting activities to celebrate 'Shwmae Day' today! (Friday, October the 15th).
A new video has been released of the incredible progress made at Pembrokeshire County Council’s biggest capital project to date
The construction of the new £48.
To mark Shwmae Day this year, Pembrokeshire County Council and Menter Iaith Sir Benfro have come together to create a Shwmae rock trail for learners and their families to help explore their 'cynefin'.
Partner Agencies gathered at South Hook LNG recently, for the launch of what will be a month-long safety campaign with local schools, during November.
Pembrokeshire County Council is urging the public to be vigilant following the important changes to the Covid-19 measures and information about the vaccination and testing programme.
Proposals to spend £38.
Pembrokeshire County Council joins new campaign to tackle dog fouling
Pembrokeshire County Council is urging dog owners to do the right thing and pick up after their pets as part of a new national campaign from Keep Wales Tidy.
To get to Net Zero we must deliver Net Zero Power, Transport and Heat.
Pembrokeshire residents who need to replace recycling bags and containers can now simply walk up and request them from specified Council sites across the County.