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A celebration event was held on the site of the new Ysgol Gymraeg Bro Penfro in Pembroke on Tuesday 14th November to mark the reaching of the highest point of the building, traditionally known as the ‘topping-out’ ceremony.
All Pembrokeshire County Council town car parks will once again be free to motorists on Saturday and Sundays this December.
Time is running out for any further businesses to register their interest in being part of the initial release of space at the stunning Western Quayside development in Haverfordwest.
Pembrokeshire County Council is delighted to have received confirmation that a major regeneration project for Pembroke is to receive multi-million pound funding from the UK Government’s Levelling Up Fund.
County Hall will be lit in purple tomorrow (Tuesday 7th November) in support of Purple Tuesday – a day dedicated to improving the customer experience for disabled people and their families.
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.
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.
Pembrokeshire County Council has announced a welcome boost to local transport services by securing a replacement for the popular fflesci Bwcabus that was due to end this month.
A two-year programme commenced recently with the aim of finding infrastructure solutions to overcome parking and traffic pressures in the coastal village of Porthgain and the wider area.
An exciting demonstration of green, zero-emission public transport is underway in west Wales using a hydrogen fuelled bus between Haverfordwest and Carmarthen.
A bus route in Pembrokeshire is to be affected by newly-announced cuts in bus services across West Wales.
The 405 Poppit Rocket bus service which operates along the coast between Fishguard and Cardigan is now being operated as a fflecsi service.