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Council to showcase services at the Pembrokeshire County Show

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The Pembrokeshire County Show is back once again – and this year’s event on 16th and 17th August will see Pembrokeshire County Council provide a one-stop-shop of support and information.

For the first time, the Council will have one marquee, hosting teams from across the authority including social services, recruitment, waste and recycling, and many more.

Visitors will also have the chance to meet Cabinet Members and the Chief Executive and find out about a host of interesting and innovative projects happening across the county.

The marquee will be located opposite the showjumping and equestrian rings in Zone A (pitch 9).

As a celebration of rural life in the county, the show is the perfect platform to engage with both local communities and visitors, said the Council’s Chief Executive Will Bramble.

“Our teams are excited about meeting visitors to the show and having the opportunity to demonstrate what they do – and highlight the wealth of support available along with the wide range of career opportunities we have to offer,” he said.

“Following the success of last year’s show, I am looking forward to engaging once again with the rural and wider communities of this fantastic county.

“The County Show is the perfect place to celebrate the amazing produce we have to offer – and to meet new and old friends. Please come and visit our marquee and discover more about the support available and our transformational projects, which will improve the lives of our communities and visitors. I look forward to meeting you.”

Other teams in attendance include the broadband project, Norman Industries and Green Pembrokeshire. In addition, Foster Care, Carers Support and the recruitment team can advise you on how to start your career in social care and join the team making a real difference to the lives of people in our communities.

Cllr Paul Miller, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Place, the Region and Climate Change, added: "The County Show is a well-loved and important celebration of rural life in Pembrokeshire, and we are delighted to be part of the event once again. Our staff and members will be chatting to lots of people from communities right across Pembrokeshire - please do drop into our stand and say hello - we're looking forward to meeting you.”

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