This is the official website of Pembroke Town Council
The date of the next Town Council Meeting is 7 March, 2024
Welcome to Pembroke Town Council.
This website contains information about the Town of Pembroke and the functions and running of the Town Council.
Town Council Notices
Notice of Casual Vacancy
There is a casual vacancy for the office of Councillor for the St Mary South ward on the Pembroke Town Council.
For more details of how to apply – please click the following links:
Pembroke Town Council Civic Awards 2024
Pembroke Town Hall Tuesday 23 April 2024
Christmas Lighting Tender
Pembroke Town Council invites suitably qualified electrical contractors to tender for a three year contract to erect, maintain and dismantle the Christmas lighting in Pembroke.
The closing date for the return of tenders is Friday 4th April 2024
County Council Notices
Public Notice – Speed Limit Review
Pembrokeshire County Council will be advertising its intention to introduce:
- a number of 40mph buffer limits on A, B & heavily trafficked C Class Roads
- amend minor discrepancies in respect of the position of new 20mph/settlement/terminal signs recently installed
- introduce a new 30mph limit and an advisory 20mph limit.
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
Please click here to view and download the Pembroke Town Council Annual Accounts for 01/04/2022 to 31/03/2023.
Please click here to view and download the Pembroke Town Council Annual Report and Training Development Policy.
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.