Services are returning to normal – including refuse collection in some areas - this morning as the thaw continues.

Pembrokeshire County Council has said that there will be limited refuse collection in areas where there were not collected because of the snow on Friday.

Black bags and glass only will be picked up from Haverfordwest’s City Road, Hawthorn Rise, Crowhill Road, Portfield, Scarrowscant Lane, Furzy Park, Trafalgar Road, Haven Road, Portfield gate, Sutton, Dew Street, High Street, Bridge Street and Fleming crescent.

Householders and businesses are being asked to keep hold of their orange bags and their food recycling until the next normal collection this coming Friday.

If there is lingering ice and snow the council ask that people move their bags closer to the main highway if possible.

“As soon as the plans have been confirmed we will be advising on the alternative collection arrangements for those other areas subject to missed black bag and glass collections on Friday.

On the basis of the current forecast it is anticipated that recycling and refuse services will be operating as normal on Monday,” said the council.

Most roads are now open but the MET Office has warned of ice in untreated areas. This is expected to clear as temperatures rise throughout the day.

There is potential for surface water flooding where melt water cannot drain away.

Leisure centres are reopening this morning as well as most civic amenity sites.

Schools are expected to open as normal tomorrow but the decision lies with individual headteachers and parents are encourage to check with their schools.