The Council’s Head of Environmental Services, Richard Brown, has praised the support of householders as Pembrokeshire’s second week of the new waste and recycling scheme gets underway.
Householders are being urged to ensure they are registered to vote ahead of the forthcoming United Kingdom Parliamentary General election.
One of the oldest women in Wales turned 105 on 1 November.
Users of concessionary bus passes in Wales are being made aware of an important change to the scheme.
As a temporary measure, Pembrokeshire County Council’s contact centre is now opening earlier to take phone queries from 8am from Mondays to Fridays.
The result of the Hundleton Electoral Ward by-election for Pembrokeshire County Council on 7th November 2019 was as follows:
Stephen Francis (Steve) Alderman (Independent): 220 votes
Daphne Margaret Jane Bush: 58 votes
David William Edwards (Independent): 35 votes
Barry Edward Grange (Independent): 25 votes
Shirley Margaret Hammond-Williams (Welsh Liberal Democrats): 57 votes
Nicola Christina (Nicky) Hancock (Independent): 46 votes
Jonathan Anthony Robert Nutting: 1 vote
Anthony Stenson (Independent): 37 votes
Jacob David Taylor (Welsh Conservative Party Candidate): 128 votes
Stephen Francis Alderman was duly elected.
Pembrokeshire County Council has recently launched two child-related consultations, on which it is keen to gather local views.
Parents, pupils and other members of the school community were invited to meet the team designing the new £48.
If you're a Pembrokeshire householder and need a replacement food waste caddy (large and/or small) or a new recycling box for glass, then there are numerous local pick-up points where you can collect them for free.
As Pembrokeshire’s new waste and recycling scheme gets underway, the Leader of Pembrokeshire County Council has praised the support of householders who are taking the time to sort and present their waste and recycling correctly.