A new campaign launched today (Monday) by Foster Wales, the new national network of 22 local authority fostering services in Wales, aims to make a positive impact on the futures of children and young people and attract some of the 39% of adults in Wales who have considered becoming a foster carer.
Wales is already the third best recycling nation in the world, and the Mighty Mission to get us to number one continues into this Recycle Week 2021 (September 20th to 26th).
Hello everyone, welcome to my first Leader’s Update after the summer.
After an eighteen-month hiatus, the National Library of Wales is returning to The Riverside Gallery in Haverfordwest with two brand new exhibitions.
The Pride in Pembrokeshire Award is back and looking to celebrate more shining examples of community spirit in our County.
Sport Pembrokeshire is very pleased to announce that nominations are now open for the Sport Pembrokeshire Awards 2021.
Pembrokeshire Leisure has welcomed the growing number of customers returning to leisure centres over the summer, and are sharing an update on facility usage as we head into the autumn.
As the autumn term enters its second week, Pembrokeshire County Council has issued some simple guidance for parents on what to do if their child has symptoms of Covid-19.
The Pembrokeshire public is invited to have its say on plans for a major shake-up of Parliamentary Constituencies in Wales.
Lucy’s Law, the legislation which cracks down on so-called puppy farms, was passed in the Senedd and will be enforced in Wales from 10 September 2021.