A new entrance fee of £3 for visitors to the Last Invasion Tapestry in Fishguard could be introduced from April in order to generate funds to improve the visitor experience, improve the marketing of the tapestry, and reduce running costs.
A public meeting is being held on Wednesday, 22nd January where members of the public can question Pembrokeshire County Council members and officers directly on the Authority’s draft budget for 2020-2021.
The former owner of a food outlet in Cilgerran has been jailed for four months after he was branded “unfit to run a kitchen” by a Crown Court Judge.
Is your family fascinated by history?
Would you like help bring history to life in Pembrokeshire’s county museum?
Scolton Manor is appealing to all families with children between the ages of 7 and 13 to help make the museum more fun and family-friendly.
A food business operator has been fined the maximum amount of £1,000 for failing to correctly display a Food Hygiene rating.
Public consultation has opened today (Wednesday, 15th January) on Pembrokeshire County Council’s replacement Local Development Plan – known as the Deposit Plan.
Two Pembrokeshire Leisure swimming teachers were nominated for the recent Swim Wales Awards 2020 at Cardiff.
A MULTI-MILLION pound early New Year present has arrived to turbo-charge the Swansea Bay City Deal.
The Fostering Network has estimated that 550 foster families will be needed in Wales to keep up with the widespread demand.
A planning inspector has upheld an Enforcement Notice issued by Pembrokeshire County Council requiring the dismantling of a timber-clad chalet used for holiday purposes.