A consultation period for Pembrokeshire County Council’s ‘improvement plan’ will end tomorrow (Friday).

The council has said they have a “strong expectation” that recommendations from the recent Wales Audit Office and Estyn reports will form the backbone of the improvement objectives.

The consultation contains the following suggested areas for improvement: safeguarding, school improvement and inclusion, leadership and management, planning school places, corporate and political change across the council, a review of adult social care, town centres, waste and recycling, and crime and community safety.

The kinds of actions that might be taken in each area are outlined in a brief questionnaire, which is available on the county council’s website.

The consultation ends tomorrow, February 22nd, and the final plan will be on the cabinet agenda for its meeting on April 15th.

To have your say on the consultation follow this link: