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In July 2022, the Senedd passed legislation to reduce the default speed limit from 30mph to 20mph on restricted roads in Wales.
An important facility supporting disabled access to Pembrokeshire’s Blue Flag beaches has been opened in time for the summer season.
We’ve always suspected it but now it’s official: IRONMAN Wales is one of the best IRONMAN events anywhere in the world.
June will see the return of the world’s last seagoing paddle steamer to Pembrokeshire including the first mooring at Tenby for more than 30 years.
Since January more than 800 portions of soup have been served free of charge at County Hall and this week is your last chance to come along.
Pembrokeshire County Council is preparing for the annual Tenby Pedestrianisation scheme.
Experienced operator for Haverfordwest’s Palace Cinema is set to give the venue a new lease of life.
A realistic exercise tested the emergency response to a major incident at Haverfordwest Airport last month.
Pembrokeshire County Council’s soup initiative has been growing in popularity and will continue throughout April – including the Thursdays in the Easter holidays.
Two brothers have been fined £1000 each for failing to comply with an enforcement notice issued by Pembrokeshire County Council’s Planning Department.