Libraries across Pembrokeshire might be closed currently, but the service is always open with a fantastic range of online resources.
A rogue trader has been ordered to pay almost £2,000 by a court after carrying out shocking DIY work for a vulnerable Jameston man.
Businesses eligible for the new Welsh Government Covid-19 support grants are being urged to apply as soon as possible.
The Pembrokeshire County Council Cabinet will meet next week (Monday, 2nd November) to decide on grants totalling almost £165,000.
A new wrap-around support service to help you and your loved ones live independently for longer is now available in Pembrokeshire.
A webpage has been set up to keep residents of Penally and the surrounding areas up to date with key information relating to the housing of asylum seekers at the MoD base in the village.
Pembrokeshire County Council Leader, Councillor David Simpson, has provided a further coronavirus update for Friday, 23rd October, as follows:
‘Yet another week has passed and we continue to be talking and tacking Covid-19.
Young people learning new skills and trades have been helping Pembrokeshire sports teams with new equipment and a spruce up before the winter.
A new project is being launched in the county to address digital inclusion and help people who are experiencing loneliness and social isolation to get online.
Tomorrow’s ‘firebreak’ lockdown is coming at an extremely important time for Pembrokeshire as numbers of positive coronavirus cases rise in the county.