One, week. Five towns, 35 community projects. Not in my neighbourhood week took Pembrokeshire by storm last week in the form of a multi-agency clean up and enforcemant operation.

The biggest operation Pembrokeshire has ever seen involved 14 drugs and one firearm raid in the space of five days. One animal welfare warrant was also executed.

In other enforecement activity 59 vehicles were clamped by the DVLA and a further 72 were reported for no insurance. The DVLA automatic number plate reader registered 200 vehicles without tax. Over 50 fixed penalty notices were also issued by traffic wardens.

Police and trading standards officers visited over 60 commercial premises and over 50 licensed premises.

The week was about education and prevention as well as enforecement. To this end PCSOs spent over 130 hours on foot patrol and neighbourhood policing teams visited around 900 properties. Over 1,700 pupils were spoken to during school visits.

Over 70 people were given verbal advice and around 20 warning letters were issued Over 250 pieces of crime prevention advice were issued during the week, with 100 people signing up to Bobby Van's free lock fitting service. A further 200 households signed up for a potentially lifesaving free home fire safety check.

Community clean ups took place in the Jubilee play area in Tenby, Pembroke Road play area, Merlin's Bridge, Haverfordwest, Windy Hill bus shelter in Fishguard, the Mount Estate, Milford Haven and Ferry Lane tunnel in Pembroke Dock.

"Hopefully communities throughout Pembrokeshire have seen the good work which can be achieved when we all work together and I look forward to this continuing," said Sally Thompson, of Pembrokeshire Community Safety Partnership.

Brian Maddocks, head of maintenance at Pembrokeshire County Council, also commended the event: "Not in my Neighbourhood initiative has been a tremendous success from beginning to end cementing links with Pembrokeshire County Council, Dyfed-Powys Police and the local communities.

"Throughout the week we have seen volunteers from all areas of Pembrokeshire support initiatives within their local community."

"The activities during the week have shown that communities and agencies can work together tackling the quality of life issues, ensuring that residents feel safe in their area," added Chief Superintendent Dean Richards, of Pembrokeshire Police.

"I would like to publicly thank all those involved in the week's activities as they have certainly made a difference to people living in Pembrokeshire."