More than 300km of potential new walking and cycling routes have been proposed for Pembrokeshire in an active travel consultation.
And the Council is urging you to comment on whether you think they’re in the right places, before the consultation closes on 5 November.
Beach walkers are being advised to keep clear of Portuguese Man o’ Wars that are being reported washed ashore along the Pembrokeshire coast.
The Man o’ War is made up of a colony of organisms working together, and often mistaken for a jellyfish.
The Lord Lieutenant of Dyfed, Miss Sara Edwards, has helped plant a celebration tree at Ysgol Penrhyn Dewi VA in St Davids as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy (QGC).
Pembrokeshire County Councillors have today (Thursday, 14 October) recognised the need for further significant investment in local schools.
Councillors have backed proposals to invest £62.
Parents of Year 6 pupils in Pembrokeshire will need to apply for a secondary school place for September 2022 by the closing date of 20th December, 2021.
There is no automatic admission to a secondary school, even if they are living in catchment – an application must be made.