Lamphey Community Council usually meet on the 4th Monday of the month at 7pm in the meeting room at Lamphey Village Hall.
The rural community of Lamphey lies 2 miles to the east of Pembroke. On the southern boundary is the Celtic Sea. The village of Lamphey is the main centre within this community. There is also the Hamlet of Hodgeston to the east and on the coast is the village of Freshwater East.
Lamphey village is classed as a Service Village in the current local development plan. It contains most of the community facilities which serve this area including a primary school, railway station, community hall, playing fields, camp site, church, hotels, garage, public house, bakery and shop. Of particular note are the 14th Century ruins of Lamphey Bishops Palace.
Freshwater East is a seaside village overlooking a sheltered bay. The beach, dunes, wetland and woodland form Freshwater East Local Nature Reserve. Trewent Park (aka Freshwater Bay Holiday Village) is a holiday complex behind the beach. There are also campsites, a pottery, public house and café/bar.
The southern half of Lamphey community lies within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park