Pembrokeshire County Council Leader, Councillor David Simpson, has provided a further coronavirus update for Friday, 10th July, as follows:
‘As you may have seen, Welsh Government has given an update today on further relaxations of the Covid-19 restrictions so that from tomorrow (Saturday) we will be welcoming visitors back to Pembrokeshire.
Pembrokeshire pubs, cafes, bars and restaurants will be able to open from Monday (13th July) for outdoor service, the First Minister has announced.
The popular Haverfordwest Farmers Market re-opened on Friday (10th July) with local traders offering a wide range of fresh produce.
Pembrokeshire County Council has confirmed the revised school term dates for the remainder of the 2019-2020 term and the 2020-2021 term on its website.
Projects across Pembrokeshire are to receive a cash boost after the latest round of funding generated from a premium on second home Council Tax.
Pembrokeshire County Council’s Housing Services aims to re-open the Choice Homes advertisement for both Council and Registered Social Landlord properties from the week commencing 27th July 2020.
Pembrokeshire County Council has today (Thursday, 9th July) welcomed plans by the Education Minister to allow schools that can do so to safely reopen from the first week of September, with all schools to reopen from 14th September.
Pembrokeshire County Council’s Trading Standards Team are warning of a series of scams being reported in the County.
A wide range of fresh produce is once again available from local producers at the weekly Haverfordwest Farmers Market as it re-opens this Friday (10th July).
Pembrokeshire County Council childcare provision for children of key worker families will come to an end on Friday, 24th July.