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This is the official website of Pembroke Town Council

The date of the next Town Council Meeting is 11 April, 2024

Welcome to Pembroke Town Council. 
This website contains information about the Town of Pembroke and the functions and running of the Town Council.

News & Events

Latest Pembroke Town Council news and events.

Public Notices

Public Notices from Pembroke Town Council and Pembrokeshire County Council.

Minutes Archive

Archive of Minutes from Pembroke Town Council Meetings.

Mayor of Pembroke Charity Event

Friday 19 April 2024
in aid of the
Welsh Guards Charity & VC Gallery

Mayoress of Bergen visits Pembroke

The Mayor of Pembroke and Chairman of the Pembroke Twinning Committee, Cllr Aden Brinn welcomed recently to the Mayor’s Parlour at Pembroke Town Hall the Burgermeisterin Claudia Dettmar-Muller & Mrs Silvia Bothe from our twin town of Bergen, Lower Saxony, Germany.

Public Notice – Castle Pond Railings

Pembrokeshire County Council has advised that the footpath around part of Castle Pond will remain closed whilst the railings work is completed.


Town Council Financial Information

Annual Accounts

Please click here to view and download the Pembroke Town Council Annual Accounts for 01/04/2022 to 31/03/2023.

Annual Report

Please click here to view and download the Pembroke Town Council Annual Report and Training Development Policy.

Annual Return

Please click here to view and download the Pembroke Town Council Annual Return for year ended 31 March, 2022.

Audit Wales - Completion Notice

Please click here to view and download the Audit Wales – Audit Completion Notice

For copies of archive reports and policies – please contact Pembroke Town Council

Pembroke Museum – Pembroke Town Hall

Pembroke Museum is situated in Pembroke’s Georgian Town Hall, a Grade II listed building with much to interest the visitor. On the first floor (a lift is available for disabled access)  is the old Courtroom which  now houses the Museum. Here you can follow the fascinating Story of Pembroke to discover the prestigious history of the town, one of the oldest in Wales and famous as the birthplace of Henry VII. 

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