Pembroke Town Hall: Thursday 22nd August, from 3.30pm until early evening
The appointment of architects, Darnton B3 as the design team for the South Quay project is an important step for the redevelopment of Pembroke town centre. .The concept of ‘Destination Transformation’ is a primary focus of Pembrokeshire County Council’s plans, evidenced by the exciting proposals for Haverfordwest’s Riverside and Castle sites. The purpose of bringing back into productive use the buildings and public spaces at South Quay is allied to the vision of creating a vibrant, aesthetically impressive ally to the town’s already established historical importance.
Cllr Paul Miller is resolute that this appointment signifies a crucial movement in realising the Council’s proposals for Pembroke’s future.
“Darnton B3’s appointment as architects is just the first step and their first task will be to present a vision for the site, which will then be tested with key stakeholders and the wider community in Pembroke. We are clear that the vision has to be deliverable within our cost constraints but we are also clear that the vision should maximise the potential of the site to contribute to a vibrant Pembroke Town Centre. The plan remains to include a Visitor Attraction and new Library as part of the proposals.”
With such a rich history, alongside a desire for a vision that optimises the Tudor town’s tourism offer, Darnton B3 are understandably delighted to be joining PCC as development partners .
“We are thrilled to be appointed by Pembrokeshire County Council as architect for the proposed South Quay Development’ said Lead Architect, Matthew Savory. ‘This will be a challenging scheme given the range of heritage, physical and ecological issues at the site, however, the opportunity to be associated with such a potentially transformational project makes us relish these challenges even more.”
“We’re looking forward to working with the team on this exciting proposal.”
As part of the development of the vision for Pembroke’s South Quay, Pembrokeshire County Council, together with their project partners will be hosting an Initial Engagement Event on Thursday 22nd August at Pembroke Town hall (3:30pm – 8pm). The public are invited to share their ideas and suggestions for the future of South Quay and contribute to what is seen as an exciting collaborative community project.
PEMBROKE'S NEW MAYOR
On Saturday 11th May 2019, the AGM of Pembroke Town Council took place when Councillor Gareth Jones became Mayor of Pembroke, with his daughter Rachel becoming Mayoress.
Councillor Linda Asman was voted in to be Deputy Mayor, with Councillor Rose Blackburn being her consort.
On Sunday 12th Mayor a Civic Parade and Divine Service took place at the Tabernacle Reformed Church, with the 948 ATC Band leading the Parade along with Cadets from the 1574 Air Cadets Squadron and the 2420 Squadron from Whitland.
PEMBROKE TOWN COUNCIL CIVIC AWARDS 2019
The Civic Awards, Pembroke Town Council's highest accolade, are presented each year to people and organisations for a wide range of achievements.
THE LOUISA SANDERS TRUST
Set up to help relieve poverty, distress and sickness for residents of Pembroke and Pembroke Dock.
Written Statement by The Welsh Government
Carers Passport to Leisure
Information about activities for unpaid carers
Events 2019 (dates subject to change)
Please telephone the Town Council Office, 01646 683092, before making travel arrangements for any of the following events.
Young at Heart Harvest Dinner
Fair Reception (Fair in Town 10,11,12th)
Pembroke Remembrance Service
Freshwater West Remembrance Service
Pembroke Xmas Market, (29th,30th1st)
Father Xmas Comes to Pembroke
Pembroke Town Council Xmas Dinner
Pembroke Young at Heart Xmas Dinner
Offices close - re-open 6th January 2020
Every Monday (or Tuesday following a Bank Holiday Monday)
Weightwatchers 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Pilates 5.30pm – 7.30pm
Pilates 10.30am – 11.30am
Boxercise 7.00pm – 8.00pm
Welsh Folk Dancing first Tuesday of each month 10.30am – 12.30pm
Messy Church first Wednesday of each month 2.00pm – 5.30pm
Pembroke Craft Fayre second, third and fourth Wednesday of each month 10.30am – 4.30pm
Country Market every Thursday 9.00am – 1.00pm