The announcement last week that councillors tomorrow are to be asked to withdraw proposals for secondary education reform in Haverfordwest led to much criticism...
A reader-comment posted by Gwylan on my recent article questions Cllr. Myles Pepper’s suitability for promotion to the county council’s cabinet as spokesperson for planning, replacing Cllr. Rob Summons. It came as a surprise to some as Myles had be... Read more →
Pembroke Dock councillor Alison Lee has joined Pembrokeshire County Council’s ruling IPPG party. Her new political affiliation follows Cllr. Pearl Llewel...
• CLLR. ROB SUMMONS RESIGNS FROM CABINET • REPLACED BY CLLR. MYLES PEPPER • CLLR. PEARL LLEWELLYN QUITS RULING IPPG Share this... Monkton’s Cllr. P...
An interesting email landed in my inbox last week from the Electoral Reform Society. They were publicising research in England conducted for them by University of Cambridge academic and research fellow, Dr. Mihály Fazekas. Dr. Fazekas’ profile on the un... Read more →
You have to see the funny side of the Labour party’s recent big change. The unlikely socialist devotee’s unexpected elevation to a position of power...
Part of the proposals debated at Thursday’s extraordinary council meeting was to consult the public on the discontinuation of Solva CP School. Cutting a sorrowful figure, the local member Cllr. Lyn Jenkins – who’s also a school governor ̵... Read more →
Council cuts affecting public services in Pembrokeshire have only just begun. Things are only going to get worse. “Every damn service” is at risk of cuts – the words in May this year of the council’s leader, Cllr. Jamie Adams. Share th... Read more →
The summer’s grass court tennis season is well over and Wimbledon is but a distant memory. With such time since my last post I’ve heard that some are even wondering if the autumn’s US Open is going to be done and dusted before I find my keybo... Read more →
As many readers will be aware from my previous post, a few weeks ago the Wales Audit Office essentially resolved my objection with Pembrokeshire County Council concerning the chairmanship of its audit committee, and whether the rules governing it are as I inte... Read more →