It’s not just young minds that are being powered at several Pembrokeshire schools thanks to a pioneering partnership with a green energy co-operative.
A Planning Inspector has upheld a Pembrokeshire County Council decision to refuse permission for excavation work at a countryside location.
Did you struggle to do things on the internet over lockdown?
Do you wish you had the skills to do a supermarket shop or talk to your family online?
If so, Learning Pembrokeshire (Pembrokeshire County Council’s adult learning programme) is here to help.
A new riverside walk on the outskirts of Haverfordwest has received positive feedback from residents and visitors to the County town.
CCTV has been installed in Haverfordwest’s multi-storey car park to combat anti-social behaviour.
Compulsory education re-started for pupils on Monday, 14th September with the use of face coverings required by Pembrokeshire County Council for all school staff and Secondary school learners in communal areas.
An EU-backed initiative which helps young people who are not in education, employment or training into work is taking on the current the Covid-19 employment situation by acting quickly on potential jobs while also keeping children and staff safe.
Young people in Milford Haven and their families were supported over the summer by a special project designed to lessen the impact of coronavirus on their everyday lives.
Pembrokeshire County Council’s youth support team has been shortlisted for a Welsh Youth Excellence Award for a new QR Code project they have devised.
Users of Pembrokeshire’s two multi-storey car parks are being reminded to wear face coverings inside both facilities.