Pembrokeshire County Council Leader, Councillor David Simpson, has provided a further coronavirus update for Friday, 5th June, as follows:
‘Another seven days has passed and we are now heading into our second week in June.
Pembrokeshire County Council’s Trading Standards team is urging communities to look out for signs of neighbours – particularly the elderly - being visited by suspicious doorstep traders.
The vital work of matching children with their new forever families across Mid and West Wales is continuing despite the Covid-19 outbreak.
The park grounds at Scolton Manor near Haverfordwest are to re-open to the public from Monday (8th June).
‘Making Caring Visible’ is the theme of next week’s National Carers Week – a message that has taken on extra significance during the Covid-19 response.
As a local authority, Pembrokeshire County Council is acting and supporting the position of reducing the spread of Covid-19.
Pembrokeshire County Council Leader, Councillor David Simpson, has provided a further coronavirus update for Thursday, 4th June, as follows:
‘We all continue to receive updates regarding Covid-19 and the impact on us here in Pembrokeshire.
Young people in Pembrokeshire are being invited to take pictures documenting life under the Covid-19 restrictions.
The Pembrokeshire public is being asked to help protect waste and recycling staff by correctly disposing of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Households can now book a slot and visit the County’s six Waste and Recycling (WRC) sites once every seven days, rather than every two weeks.