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Pembroke Town Council Civic Awards 2024

The Civic Awards, Pembroke Town Council’s highest accolade, are presented each year to people and organisations for a wide range of achievements.
These include, service to the community, bravery / courage, environmental work, fund raising, voluntary work, arts, sport, education and heritage.
Awards are made for a wide variety of reasons and given to people from all walks of life. Pembroke’s residents nominate candidates and from these nominations an Awards Panel selects award winners.
Nominations can be made at any time but for inclusion in the 2024 Civic Awards, nomination forms must be submitted by Friday 23rd March 2024.
The Awards Panel will consider all nominations and the awards will be presented at a reception at Pembroke Town Hall on Tuesday 23rd April 2024.
For further information, please call:
Pembroke Town Council (01646) 683092 Email:enquiries@pembroketowncouncil.co.uk

New railings to be installed at Castle Pond

New railings to be installed at Castle Pond, work starts Monday 🙂.
Pembroke Castle Pond link to close for upgrades. The Castle Pond link will be closed on its North side from the end of the month while new railings are installed by Pembrokeshire County Council. Work is due to start on 29th January for 21 days initially. The route is due to be closed for the safety of the public from the South end of the barrage to the Rocky Park entrance and the Corn Store. The Pembroke Castle quayside will remain open for businesses to continue as normal. The railings are being made for the popular footpath and cycle way are being made by Pembroke Engineering.

New Town Councillors

At the meeting of Pembroke Town Council held on the 7th December, our two new Councillors joined us, Councillor Deborah Wilcocks and Councillor Lee Herring, who are both in the Ward of St Mary's South. Both are looking forward to working with the Community.

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