Environmental Enforcement to re-commence next week

As part of the County Council’s commitment to keep Pembrokeshire looking clean and beautiful, environmental enforcement will start once again on Monday, July 13th. “We know from residents and visitors how important it is for their local area to be clean, free from...

Support continues as 5 mile travel limit ends

As the five-mile travel restriction is lifted in Wales, Pembrokeshire County Council has moved to reassure the local community and visitors that it will continue to work hard to inform and support them. Our communities will start to welcome visitors this week....

That was the week that was – 5th July 2020

Like many businesses, The Reptile Centre in Brewery Terrace has had to shut its doors to visitors. Sadly though, live animals can’t be furloughed!  An appeal to raise some funds to keep the reptiles in good health was started last week.  By Sunday evening 64% had been...

Harper’s Newsround – 3rd July 2020

This week’s Harper’s Newsround has been delegated to yours truly as Mr H has been suffering with his back and resting up or at least that is what he is telling me. So, I hope you will forgive the apprentice as I have reviewed only two of the local papers this week:...

Self-employed in Pembrokeshire urged to apply for grant

  Approximately 2,400 self-employed people in Pembrokeshire whose business has lost income due to coronavirus have not yet claimed a government grant worth 80% of their trading profits – and they have less than two weeks to submit their application.  The grant is...