JOHNSTON is a popular village measuring just over a mile long, situated on the A4076 between Haverfordwest and Milford Haven. Founded as a small farming and mining Village, the population has grown from just 99 in 1801 to over 2000 today. Johnston boasts wide-ranging amenities, including Off-Licence Fruit & Veg Shop, Post Office, Bakery, Doctor's Surgery, Fish & Chip Shop, Indian Restaurant, Chinese Take-Away, Fishmonger, 24 hour Petrol Station, Hairdressing Salon, Chemist and 3 MoT Garages. Also, there is a Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon) Church, a Baptist Chapel, and St. Peter's Anglican Church. There are five pubs - The Vine Inn & Restaurant, The Silverdale Hotel & Restaurant, The Windsor Hotel & Restaurant, The Railway Inn, and Johnston Country Club.
Johnston is well-connected via public transport. Buses run regularly to Haverfordwest, Milford Haven, Pembroke, Pembroke Dock, Neyland and Tenby. Johnston railway station is on the main line between Milford Haven, Haverfordwest, Swansea, Cardiff and London.
Johnston Community Council. Regular meetings of the Community Council are held at 7pm on the second Monday of each month (except August), unless otherwise advertised. The venue is the Village Institute, Church Road, Johnston SA62 3EY.
CANCELLATION OF APRIL 2020 MONTHLY MEETING. Due to the ongoing Coronavirus situation, the April 2020 monthly meeting has been CANCELLED. The next scheduled meeting will be on Monday 11th May 2020. Please note, however, that this will be kept under review, depending on further Government public health advice that may be forthcoming. For legal reasons, members of the public may not address or participate in meetings. However, any residents with concerns they wish to bring to the attention of the Community Council are encouraged to do so either by letter, email, telephone, or by contacting any of the Council Members directly.
Coronavirus. All residents are urged to follow the Government advice on social distancing, and restrictions as announced in the Prime Minister's address to the Nation on Monday evening 23rd March.
Pembrokeshire County Council press releases and other important information relating to the Coronavirus situation may be accessed at www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/coronavirus.
Pembrokeshire County Council Community Coordination Hub. The Community Coordination Hub became operational on Monday, with staff from PCC, PAVS and Delta Wellbeing forming as a team to assist callers requiring assistance due to the Coronavirus movement limitations. From Wednesday 25th March there will be direct access in to the Community Coordination Hub by contacting 01437 776301 or firstname.lastname@example.org At present working hours are Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 5.00, but these will be reviewed over the coming week(s) to manage demand and provide a timely response. Any calls or emails that are received by the Pembrokeshire County Council Contact Centre will be referred through to the Hub. Furthermore, information is being added to the PCC website. Information for anyone wishing to access help, or find out how to volunteer, may be accessed at https://www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/newsroom/coronavirus-how-to-access-help-or-volunteer-to-help-others
Assistance for residents in need. As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to take hold, The Furniture Directory, Freystrop, has offered help to local residents who are high risk and isolated. They are happy to offer a FREE delivery service of pre-ordered essential groceries & medication to locals in need while stringently adhering to government advice on social distancing & hygiene. They wish thanks to be extended to local businesses who are so far working alongside them to make this possible Hook Shop & Gate 2 Plate Farm Shop .Please contact them on 07811117708 for more information, or find more information at https://www.facebook.com/190766321092216/posts/1493900097445492/?sfnsn=scwspmo&extid=zSke1zuxgSJ3gTX8
Playparks. Please note that, due to the ongoing Coronavirus situation, and associated limitations on movements, all playparks are closed to public use until further notice.
Members' Register of Interests. Please see uploaded documents to view the Members' Register of Interests for 2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/19, and 2019-20. Please note that the current register will be updated as additional interests are registered.
Biodiversity Enhancement Report. Please find in the documents tab the initial Johnston Community Council Biodiversity Enhancement Report, as required by the Environment (Wales) Act 2016.
Facebook. For further Johnston Community-related information, please visit the Facebook page at : https://m.facebook.com/johnstoncommunitycouncil/
For enquiries and information about the Johnston Institute Hall please contact : email@example.com