Pembrokeshire County Council workmen together with members of the emergency services have been dealing with scores of reports of flooding in the County overnight and this morning - scroll down for latest updates.


Flood Alerts are currently in force for Lower Teifi, Western Cleddau, North and West Pembrokeshire and South Pembrokeshire.

The St Dogmaels area is said to be particularly dangerous, especially the Cardigan to St Dogmaels Road. Some of the flooding has been cleared by the Fire Service but there are drain covers missing

There are reports of flooding on roads in the following locations:


A478 Rhoshill, Cardigan.

Fishguard Road, Newport.

A487 Newport towards Llwyngwair.

Cilgwyn Road, Newport.

A487 Garn Gelli Hill Fishguard towards Dinas.

A487 Dinas Cross.

A40 Parrog, Goodwick.

Scleddau to Manorowen road.

A40 Scleddau.

St Davids Rd, Letterston.

A40 Ford Farm, Wolfscastle.

Clarbeston Road.

Haverfordwest to Hayscastle road at Folly Cross Camrose.

A487 St Davids Road Roundabout Haverfordwest.

Albert St Haverfordwest.

Prendergast, Haverfordwest.

A487 between Roch and Newgale.

Lower Llawhaden.


Monkton, Pembroke.


There is general flooding on the following estates and back roads:




Feidr Brenin, Newport.




Merlins Bridge.

Troopers Inn.






Milford Haven.



Commons Road, Pembroke.

Orchard Buildings, Pembroke.

Bush Street and Stranraer Road, Pembroke Dock.

Devonshire Drive (Heatherton to Crane Cross).


The Met. Office reports that the worst of the rain should clear in 30 – 45 minutes, but there are likely to see heavy showers through the day into tonight.


UPDATE 10.10am:

The volume of calls is dropping, but current radar shows a heavy band of rain in the north around St Dogmaels.

The band in the south is still hovering over TenbySaundersfoot.

A Flood Warning has now been issued for Solva.

Flood Alerts have also been issued for the Taf and Cynin.

There are new reports of flooding on roads in the following locations:

B4329 Cardigan – Haverfordwest road – rocks in road near turn to Brynberian

B4329 Cardigan – Haverfordwest road – flooding in road at bend below New Inn crossroads

B4341 Haverfordwest to Broad Haven Road near white railings.

Carew – Gumfreston Road, report of car stuck in flood water.


UPDATE 10.45am:

Radar showing first signs of clearing on western fringes of the county
Heavy rain over the past few hours has led to numerous reports of flooding on roads around Pembrokeshire. This rain is now slowly edging northwards and eastwards and although the rain is not likely to be as heavy as that experienced across Pembrokeshire some instances of flooding on the roads is likely. At present the radar shows some heavy rain edging into the Swansea/NPT area. The area of rain will mostly clear to the east of Wales by early afternoon.
Heavy showers will follow the rain this afternoon and overnight before further persistent rain moves from the west tomorrow and continues the risk of flooding on the roads.



Fire Service is attending to severe flooding in Newport. They advised there are several areas between Newport and Dinas that are flooded
Attendance in St Dogmaels
Police attendance at B4329 from Crosswell to A487 – see below


FLOODING – MAIN ROADS: Reports received from the following areas of flooding on roads:


A40 Corner Piece Inn
B4329 from Crosswell to A487 at Eglwyswrw– Police called in to flooding. Road surface lifting creating potholes



Problems from cars travelling on flooded roads and splashing/flooding bordering properties.



Property and Road Flooded at Poppit Rd, St Dogmaels. Further flooding of gardens and back lanes in St Dogmaels continue to be reported
Robeston West
Main Street Goodwick, mud & shingle on road at New Hill
Letterston area – gullies blocked, surface water flooding
Rudbaxton area
Several reports around Newport including Feidr Brenin
Road from Trecwn to Llanychaer by Llygad-y-Cleddau is flooded.



Devonshire Drive, Gumfreston (Heatherton – Crane Cross) has been closed due to water level
Troopers Inn.
Troopers Inn to Llangwm Road – Flooding on road by recycling /lay by.


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