Clarbeston Road AFC has been congratulated for becoming the first football club in Pembrokeshire to gain the Disability Sport Wales (DSW) insport Bronze standard in recognition of the club’s commitment to inclusive practice.
Soup nights at County Hall have been such a success the initiative has been extended for another two months.
Over four Thursday evenings in January around 120 people of all ages enjoyed free soup and bread thanks to generous donations from Council suppliers and staff volunteers.
Ancient Connections is leading a free symposium to celebrate pilgrimage and address three key questions: how do you create a successful pilgrim route; what’s in it for all of us; and is there a difference between a tourist and a pilgrim?
The event on 11th and 12th March ...
A Pembrokeshire woman who served as Senior Adviser to the First Deputy Minister of the Afghan Ministry of the Interior has been presented with an Order of the Officer of the British Empire (OBE) for services to International Defence Relations.
Pembrokeshire residents are once again the best recyclers in Wales, with nearly three-quarters of all waste recycled.
Statistics published by Welsh Government show Pembrokeshire’s recycling rates were the highest in Wales last year - for the third year running.