Pembrokeshire County Council Leader, Councillor David Simpson, has provided a further coronavirus update for Monday, 1st June, as follows:
“Here we are at the start of another month.
Careers Wales Advisors are online now and ready to talk to Year 11 learners about their potential post-16 options as part of Pembrokeshire Virtual Open Week (June 1st - 5th).
Pembrokeshire County Council Leader, Councillor David Simpson, has provided a further coronavirus update for Friday, 29th May, as follows:
‘I am sure some of you will have now had heard, or have read, the update earlier today from Welsh Government in relation to Covid-19 regulations
‘I can confirm that officers of the Authority will now be reviewing the update in detail and considering any impact on our services and general recovery.
Residents are reminded that anyone planning to visit Pembrokeshire’s six Waste and Recycling Centres (WRCs) must book an appointment in advance.
Welsh Government has been keen for construction work to continue during the current pandemic provided that it can be done in a safe manner.
Pembrokeshire County Council is to receive nearly £1.
Pembrokeshire County Council is supporting the Sandy Bear Children’s Bereavement Charity with £10,000.
Pembrokeshire County Council Leader, Councillor David Simpson, has provided a further coronavirus update for Thursday, 28th May, as follows:
‘Tomorrow (Friday) we are expecting an update from Welsh Government in relation to the current guidance on Covid-19 and any adjustments to current restrictions.
Businesses eligible for two Welsh Government Covid-19 support grants are being urged to apply as soon as possible after a closing date of June 30th was introduced.
The coronavirus outbreak has led to many people across Wales finding themselves having to deal with an uncertain financial situation.