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A hammer and nails used in roofing

Rogue roofer handed suspended prison sentence

A rogue roofer who carried out work that wasn’t required on the home of a vulnerable couple and charged them thousands of pounds has been sentenced to a suspended prison term of 15 months.

stacks of coins with green sprouts next to wooden house shape

County wide opportunity for community funding with Enhancing Pembrokeshire

Expressions of Interests are now open (November 7th) for bids from all communities in Pembrokeshire for a share of the money generated by Second Homes Council Tax premiums.

Contact centre - Canolfan gyswllt

Council Contact Centre celebrates 20 years of helping Pembrokeshire public

A small and dedicated team of helpful staff at the heart of Pembrokeshire County Council has been celebrating two decades of providing information and assistance to the public.

County Hall Purple - Porffor Neuadd y Sir

Lighting up to support Purple Tuesday

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.

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Happy 109th birthday Ivy!

A remarkable lady who was born just two years after the Titanic went down celebrated her 109th birthday on Wednesday 1st November.

Outside white building with stone and grey windows with paved drive.

Boost to social housing with Broad Haven purchases

Pembrokeshire County Council will add six new homes to the social housing supply and help provide suitable housing for those on the Choice Homes Register.

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Survey seeks to shape council housing services in the future

Council house tenants in Pembrokeshire are being urged to take part in a survey which will be sent out shortly by Pembrokeshire County Council.

Green cartoon map of Wales with three characters with clipboard, ladder and magnifying glass

Boundary Commission review of community and electoral arrangements underway

A Community Review of electoral arrangements in the Pembrokeshire Principal Council area is being undertaken by the Local Democracy and Boundary Commission for Wales.

Large group of secondary school pupils with teachers and councillors for Democracy Matters event

Pembrokeshire’s young people focus on why ‘Democracy Matters’

Well-attended Democracy Matters Question Time events at County Hall saw some tough questions put to a panel of Councillors by young people from Pembrokeshire.

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.
Business drop in event at BIC with lots of people standing around

Funding boost on offer for Pembrokeshire’s young business entrepreneurs

The recently launched Youth Enterprise Fund offers a boost for new businesses being set up by people aged 21 and under.

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Public realm artist sought to design new trails for Fishguard and Goodwick

Pembrokeshire County Council is commissioning a lead artist to co-create a new trail or series of trails for the twin towns of Fishguard and Goodwick.