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Footprints on snowy road - 923463082

Pembrokeshire County Council update: Warning over icy roads and further disruption to services

Residents are being warned of the continued potential for icy roads and pavements this evening, overnight and into tomorrow, Friday 19th January.

Christmas tree shredding - Torri coed Nadolig

Bookings open for real Christmas tree collections

Pembrokeshire residents are once again able to book a kerbside collection of their real Christmas tree over the festive period.

Wind turbine - Tyrbin gwynt

UK Government funding announced for South West Wales ‘Launchpad’— to drive innovation and business growth in renewable technologies

  • New Innovate UK ‘Launchpads’ funding and support for regional innovation and business growth
  • Supports Wales and UK-wide businesses to lead decarbonisation projects in South West Wales
  • Funding and support packages can range from £25,000 to £1m.
Amroth electric vehicle charger - Gwefrydd cerbydau trydan Amroth

Pembrokeshire is Number 1 in Wales for EV Charging Points

Pembrokeshire remains number one in Wales and in the top 20 per cent in the UK for the number of battery EV charge points, according to official figures.

Goodwick moor nature reserve

Goodwick Moor Nature Reserve Reopens to the Public

After a 6 year closure, Goodwick Moor Nature Reserve has reopened showcasing a new 500m long boardwalk and new wildlife pond.

Enviro crime

Council takes positive action to tackle littering, dog fouling and other environmental crime

Pembrokeshire County Council is taking positive action to help keep our county a clean and beautiful place to live, work and visit.

Water tap - tap dŵr

Private water supply users urged to have contingency plans in place

A new document produced by Pembrokeshire County Council encourages users of private water supplies to think about the safety and sufficiency of their supply and plan for the future.

Tan fire

Bonfire advice follows rise in complaints

Pembrokeshire residents are being asked to consider the impact on neighbours when planning a bonfire.

Ash dieback 2

Managing trees affected by ash dieback

Work has been carried out across Pembrokeshire to manage trees affected by ash dieback.

Piles of household waste outside Vicary Crescent property that led to prosecution

Failure to remove rubbish results in fine

A Milford Haven couple have been fined after failing to comply with a Community Protection Notice relating to the removal of rubbish outside their home.