PEMBROKESHIRE is counting the cost of last night's wind and rain, with trees fallen in roads and even a turkey shed having been spotted blocking a back lane.

Facebook users have been sharing photographs of the affect yesterday's wind and rain had across the county in the group Pembrokeshire - I Love It!

Jon Brumby-Jones shared a photograph of the road at Upper Thornton, where a whole turkey shed had been blown into the road.

Other Facebook users posted photographs of trees blocking the roads near Lawrenny, an incident which had been reported by Pembrokeshire County Council last night.

PCC said the road at Lawrenny was likely to be blocked until Monday.

Other roads which were flooded last night, and may be blocked today include:

  • Trewent - Freshwater East
  • Rosemarket to Honeyborough
  • Targate Road between Freystrop and Johnston
  • Old Hakin Road, Haverfordwest as leaving Merlns Bridge
  • Road between Sutton and Nolton
  • Druidston - Nolton Haven road

In other news, the Cleddau Bridge has been re-opened today, after being closed last night to all vehicles.