Foster Wales Pembrokeshire highlights benefits of fostering with your local authority
Pembrokeshire County Council is taking positive action to help keep our county a clean and beautiful place to live, work and visit.
“Our experience has been really positive.
The Pembrokeshire County Show is back once again – and this year’s event on 16th and 17th August will see Pembrokeshire County Council provide a one-stop-shop of support and information.
Detailed survey work, data-gathering and a public consultation will take place ahead of the reconstruction of a destabilised section of wall at Union Hill at the end of Quay Street, Haverfordwest.
Year 9 girls at Greenhill School in Tenby took part in a variety of sporting activities recently which are on offer in the local community.
Pembrokeshire County Council (PCC) and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority (PCNPA) are consulting with the public regarding the current transport access provision into Poppit Sands beach.
Pupils in the north and south of the County have been congratulated on their Climate Challenge Cymru credentials.
School lunchtimes have become calmer and more enjoyable says the Headteacher of Neyland Community School, thanks to a new initiative.
A survey has been launched to ask the public of their experiences of accessing a range of public services from housing to health.
Anyone looking for advice or help with increasing costs and the impact on lives can find what they need in one place on the Pembrokeshire County Council website.