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Fancy standing for council? Learn more about the role of county councillor

Fancy standing for council? Learn more about the role of county councillor

Pembrokeshire residents wishing to stand as a Councillor in the forthcoming local government elections can find out more about the role in a unique open evening in March.

11:55am Friday 17 February 2017

Council seeking money back after 'misleading' consultants' outsourcing plans

Libraries were among the services planned to be outsourced

Pembrokeshire County Council will seek advice on whether it has any legal redress against the consultants who "very much misled" the authority when it came to the future of culture and leisure services in the county.

5:50pm Thursday 16 February 2017

£40m first phase of marina plan approved

An artist’s impression of the proposed Fishguard marina

THE first phase of an extensive project to build a new marina in Fishguard has been given the green light by Pembrokeshire County Council (PCC).

2:48pm Friday 17 February 2017

Calls to create new market in Haverfordwest town centre

Cllr Peter Stcok would like to see a market in the former Ocky White building.

A LONG-STANDING Haverfordwest councillor has called on Pembrokeshire County Council (PCC) to create a new market in the town centre.

12:34pm Tuesday 21 February 2017

£730,000 for village flooding scheme - but residents still have concerns

Waves crash at Little Haven. PICTURE: Janet Evans.

THE Welsh Government has made nearly three quarters of a million pounds available for a project to reduce the risk of flooding in Little Haven.

11:46am Tuesday 21 February 2017

South Pembrokeshire's first Welsh-medium primary school officially opens

Pictured at the opening of Ysgol Hafan y Môr in Tenby are headteacher Victoria Hart-Griffiths; Alun Davies AM; Pembrokeshire County Council chairman Tony Brinsden and governors' chair Julie Jones, with pupils Seren Stock, Sam Hughes, Evan Mackeen and

EDUCATION history has been made in south Pembrokeshire with the official opening of the area's first Welsh-medium primary school.

5:05pm Monday 13 February 2017

Council budget goes before Cabinet next week

Hertfordshire County Council hopes to raise council tax by 4.99 per cent.

THE County Council budget for next year is set to be discussed at Cabinet next week, which includes a 5% increase in council tax.

9:20am Wednesday 8 February 2017

North Pembrokeshire planning appeal dismissed

Eglwyswrw. PICTURE: Western Telegraph.

A PLANNING appeal in the north of the county has been dismissed by the Welsh Office.

1:26pm Sunday 29 January 2017

Union delight as plan to out-source council leisure services set to be abandoned

Union delight as plan to out-source council leisure services set to be abandoned

Plans to outsource local leisure service to a charitable trust look set to be thrown out by Pembrokeshire County Council.

4:19pm Monday 6 February 2017

St Davids' City of Culture bid considered by cabinet

St Davids, the smallest city in Britain, could be in the running for 2021 UK City of Culture

Britain's smallest city, St Davids, could be one step closer to becoming the UK's 2021 City of Culture on Monday, if Pembrokeshire County Council's cabinet follows a recommendation to register with the scheme by the end of this month.

5:35pm Monday 6 February 2017
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