Rosemarket Community Council incorporates the areas surrounding the villages of Rosemarket and Sardis. Conveniently located close to the towns of Haverfordwest, Milford Haven and Neyland, it manages nonetheless to retain its own distinct identity as a rural Pembrokeshire Community.
Meetings of Rosemarket Community Council are held at 7pm on the first Monday of each month (except August) (However, please see paragraph below relating to meeting arrangements during the Coronavirus pandemic restrictions). When the normal meeting date falls on a bank holiday, the meeting is deferred to another convenient date, and publicised in advance. The meeting venue is in the Green Room, Rosemarket Village Hall, Rosemarket SA73 1JP. Members of the public are welcome to attend, but due to legal constraints cannot participate in proceedings. However, a ten minute public forum is included on the agenda each month, to enable local residents to raise issues of concern.
Meeting arrangements during Coronavirus pandemic restrictions. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic restrictions, meetings of the Community Council are currently being held online until further notice. Regrettably, but in accordance with the provisions of the Welsh Government Covid-19 Regulations, these meetings will need to be held without the option for members of the public to attend. Please be assured, however, that normal meetings will be resumed at the earliest opportunity. In the meantime, all meeting agendas will be published on this webpage (but not in the Community noticeboards) as usual, for information. Minutes of the meetings held will also be published on this webpage. The next scheduled monthly meeting will be held on 1st February 2021. The approved minutes from the December 2020 monthly meeting are now available to view and download.
Members' Register of Interests. Please see uploaded documents to view the Members' Register of Interests for 2016-20. Please note that the current register for 2020/21 will be updated as additional interests are registered.
Data protection. A copy of the Community Council general privacy notice can be found in the documents tab opposite.
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, with staff from PCC, PAVS and Delta Wellbeing forming as a team to assist callers requiring assistance due to the Coronavirus movement limitations is available to persons requiring assistance. Access to the Community Coordination Hub is 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 as necessary according to demand and to 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
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