Pembroke Dock Tidy Town Week, a story in pictures


 |  Tidy Towns Launch  |   Lets Brush Up  |   Asda Car Park  |    Memorial Park  |  London Road  |  Kavanagh Court  |  Old Dock Yard |

Tidy Towns Launch

A week of action in Pembroke Dock was formally introduced by Simon Preddy Keep Wales Tidy, at Pater Hall on Monday 26th January 2009, work had already started on clearing the old railway line which leads off Gordon Street........more to follow





"Lets Brush Up" with the Pembroke Dock Chamber of Trade

Also on hand was  the chair of Pembroke Dock Chamber of Trade Mr Chris Morris and Chamber Members to Launch the "Lets Brush Up"  campaign, The chamber have purchased 40 brooms and will distribute them to businesses in Pembroke Dock to try to encourage individual businesses to keep there frontages clean and free of litter, Chris suggested that if shops, pubs, and businesses were seen to be doing there bit it is hope it will encourage others to take responsibility for keeping Pembroke Dock tidy    More Information on the Chamber of Trade Web Site


Chris Morris, Ian, John Morris, Doug, Ron, Luke Butler, Natalie Sham, Mari

More Information on the Chamber of Trade Web Site

Asda Car Park

The tidy town community volunteers carried out a litter pick around Asda Car Park and at the ally between Gordon Street and Lower Meyrick Street on Monday 26th January 2009, along with the town clerk Ian Jones were volunteers from McDonalds Pembroke Dock, Mari Williams Keep Wales Tidy , representatives from P(d)EAT and Pembroke Dock Community Web Project



Memorial Park

Pembrokeshire County Council teams supported by Mari Keep Wales Tidy, Councillor Sue Perkins, Ian Jones Town Clerk and children from Pembroke Dock School set about the area by the Tennis Courts and the path at the top of the park. The fencing is to be repaired and the Friends of Memorial Park hope to have the courts up and running for the summer.









London Road
Pembrokeshire County Council start on the clean up of London road Tuesday 27th January 2009 and on Wednesday 28th volunteers carried out a litter pick




Kavanagh Court
Kavanagh Court skip and litter pick for Tidy Towns week Wednesday 28th 2009
Thanks to PD Community School, Llanion Communities First, BAPTARA and Mentro Allan volunteers and Keep Wales Tidy and PCC support.

Old Dock Yard
Old Dock Yard Litter Pick on Thursday 29th January 2009 With thanks to Milford Haven Port Authority who came along to support and disposed of most of the litter. Also present were Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum, members of St John’s Community Hall, and PD Townscape Heritage Initiative.









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