STEPHEN Crabb is among the guests to speak at an event outlining the changes that are taking place in Haverfordwest.

The MP for Preseli Pembrokeshire, along with PCC councillors Paul Miller and Mike Cavanagh, will speak about 'transformative plans' for the town.

A statement from PCC read: "It is an exciting time for Haverfordwest, and Pembrokeshire County Council would like to invite you to hear more about the multi-million pound investment and progressive plans for the regeneration of our County Town.

"Some of the key projects that you will find out more about include the redevelopment of the former Ocky White store [known as Western Quayside], the creation of a new signature bridge; the development of a new public transport interchange, and the transformation of Haverfordwest Castle into a vibrant visitor attraction.

"This Livestream event will take you on a journey of how Haverfordwest will be transformed over the coming years."

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The speakers are Ted Sangster, chair of the Haverfordwest Castle Flagship Attraction Group; Cllr Paul Miller, deputy leader and cabinet member for place, the region and climate change at PCC; Stephen Crabb, MP for Preseli Pembrokeshire; Rachel Moxey, head of economic development and regeneration, PCC; and Mike Cavanagh, head of cultural, leisure, tourism and registration services at PCC.

'Haverfordwest is changing' takes place on Friday, June 24, from 10am to 12:00. 

Find out more details at Pembrokeshire County Council website HERE.