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.
Pembrokeshire County Council Leader, Councillor David Simpson, has provided a further coronavirus update for Friday, 18th September, as follows:
‘Welcome to my weekly update and I hope you are all well.
Earlier this week Pembrokeshire County Council was made aware of the Home Office decision that Penally Camp has been chosen by them as a site to provide safe and secure accommodation in line with their statutory responsibility to provide destitute asylum seekers with accommodation.
Work has begun on the first council houses to be built in Pembrokeshire for a generation.
The third phase of restarting the County’s library service will begin on Monday, 28th September.
Pembrokeshire County Council Trading Standards and the Authority’s Community Alarms team are warning anyone who uses a care line or community alarm to be wary following three recent reports of suspicious phone calls.
Fourteen Pembrokeshire Sports Clubs have been successful in the latest round of grants from a new fund set up following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Monkton CP School, together with its award winning adult learning project Launch, are offering a new confidential support service for the community of Monkton.
Pensioners at a South Pembrokeshire care home didn’t let the recent cancellation of IRONMAN Wales dampen their enthusiasm for the event.