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.
As part of the County Council’s commitment to keep Pembrokeshire looking clean and beautiful, environmental enforcement will start once again on Monday, July 13th.
The colourful ‘Keep Safe’ rainbow message on the side of the old Narberth School is the round six winner of the ‘Life in Lockdown’ photography competition.
A Pembrokeshire restaurant and its two directors have been ordered to pay more than £15,200 for food safety offences, with one of them prohibited from operating a food business.
Pembrokeshire County Council Leader, Councillor David Simpson, has provided a further coronavirus update for Monday, 6th July, as follows:
‘Today marks the unlocking of local travel restrictions and another move towards unlocking our county.
Pembrokeshire County Council is working closely with businesses that form part of the visitor economy in the county to keep communities safe as lockdown restrictions continue to be eased.
As we start to head out of the lockdown, and with shops and schools re-opening and visitor numbers expected to gradually increase, we want to support and protect our communities by helping to ensure parking is done carefully and appropriately and is also considerate toward local communities who are keen to avoid fly parking and abandoned cars.