The artistic talents of Milford Haven School pupils are on show at a very special exhibition.
Around 7,000 Pembrokeshire households will receive payments direct into their bank accounts this week under the Welsh Government’s Wales Fuel Support Scheme, 2022-2023.
A new £3 adult entrance fee to the Last Invasion Tapestry in Fishguard will be implemented from Monday 3rd October.
A community centre is throwing open its toilet doors to enable the public to make use of them.
A freeport bid consortium consisting of Associated British Ports, Neath Port Talbot Council, Pembrokeshire County Council and the Port of Milford Haven has been launched to explore the case for a green freeport in South-West Wales.
Pembrokeshire County Council is delighted to announce the welcome return of The Pembrokeshire Spotlight Awards (last held in 2019) which celebrates children and young people who have made a real difference and achieved something exceptional.
Following the identification of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in poultry at a site near Milford Haven in Pembrokeshire and the declaration of an Influenza Protection Zone and wider Surveillance Zone surrounding the Infected Premises (by the Chief Veterinary Officer for Wales), on Friday 9 September, officers from Pembrokeshire County Council’s Public Protection Division have been engaged in visiting addresses within the 3 kilometre Protection Zone around the site.
Households and PCC trade waste customers in Pembrokeshire are being reminded that there are changes to bin collections this Bank Holiday Monday.
Schools and most services run by Pembrokeshire County Council will be closed or paused on Bank Holiday Monday (September 19th) as a mark of respect for the late HM Elizabeth II.
The Proclamation of the new Sovereign to the people of Pembrokeshire was held on Sunday at County Hall, Haverfordwest.