FOLLOWING the overnight snow and freezing rain, conditions in Pembrokeshire are treacherous this morning.

Drifting on roads makes driving dangerous.

There is widespread ice on untreated roads and pavements, and any travel will be potentially dangerous.

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The Argyle Medical Group based in Pembroke Dock has posted on their Facebook page to say that they are unable to ensure everyone will be seen for routine appointments today.

The group's home visit service will also be limited.


Manchester Square Health Centre in Milford Haven is open as usual today, although those with routine appointments are advised to reschedule if possible.


First Cymru's 349, 356 and 348 services to Tenby, Neyland, Pembroke Dock, Monkton and Johnston are NOT running today.

This is due to awful conditions in Neyland, and being unable to pass through Sentry Cross.

The 302 service between Haverfordwest and Hubberston is now running, but will travel along Hamilton Terrace, terminating at Tesco.

The service is expected to keep running until between 3pm and 5pm, when it starts getting dark.

A spokesman was unable to say whether buses will be running tomorrow, as refreezing of ice is currently making most roads dangerous to drive on.

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The icy weather isn't all bad - little Faith-Marie Busby, aged four, has been enjoying her first ever glimpse of 'proper snow' this morning.

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For travel updates, follow @TravelineCymru on Twitter or call 0800 464 0000.


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Latest from Pembrokeshire County Council: do not travel unless absolutely necessary.


Due to terrible conditions, tonight's performance of The Wood at the Torch Theatre is cancelled.

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Update from Hywel Dda Health Board: Emergency and urgent care is prioritised and due to the difficulties and dangers of the adverse weather particularly in Pembrokeshire, all planned (elective) procedures, day cases, endoscopy and outpatient clinics in Withybush Hospital, Haverfordwest, have been cancelled for Friday March 2.

Patients are being contacted to inform them of this and procedures will be rescheduled at the earliest opportunity.


Keith Mullins sent this picture of his wife's car in Steynton:

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Families enjoying the snow in Haverfordwest today:

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Leader of Pembrokeshire County Council Ian Westley has praised staff for their response to the weather.


Rosemarket is completely cut-off, one of our readers has told us.


Situation update from Pembrokeshire County Council:

"In the last two days Pembrokeshire County Council has received 407 emergency calls for boiler/heating related problems.

"There were 10 private heating engineers and seven Council plumbers allocated to this work.

"Some 334 cases have either been remedied or, where this was not possible, temporary heating facilities made available."


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A yellow weather warning remains in place across the county.

Pembrokeshire county council has said drifting and ice are posing a problem.

"We hope to start looking at secondary routes and minor roads later," said a spokesman.

"We have issues with icy conditions as temperatures staying around or below freezing so minimal thaw.

"We have started to send teams to clear and salt pavements and pathways in Tenby, Saundersfoot, Narberth, Milford, Neyland areas and we are trying to get to other problematic areas such as Fishguard and Goodwick."

The main Pembrokeshire County Council switchboard (tel. no. 01437 764551) is open to emergency calls only as it is being manned by a skeleton staff.

The public are asked to defer non-emergency calls to Monday.


VIDEO: Playing in the snow at Fields Lodge near Milford Haven:


Bus services between Haverfordwest and Milford Haven (302 route) have now stopped for the day, according to the First buses website.

Getting into the spirit of snow day in Pembroke:

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Neyland town councillor Gareth Lawlor helping get meals on wheels out earlier today:


Milford Haven memorial gardens in the snow, by Sara Walters:

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Milford Haven leisure centre is expected to be OPEN tomorrow, from 8am.

For updates, visit their Facebook page here.


Libraries in Pembrokeshire will remain closed tomorrow (Saturday, March 3).

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Residents are being asked to bring their rubbish in from the cold.

Pembrokeshire County Council said: "As there was no refuse or recycling collection today, householders are asked to take in any black or orange bags they may have left out.

"Collection will be arranged for a later date which will be publicised in advance."

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Cellar Hill in Milford Haven earlier today (pics by Marcus Kelly):

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Neyland has been hit hard by today's snow, with further snowfall most of the afternoon.

These pictures were taken by Elizabeth Fitzpatrick:

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Sunset is at 6.01pm tonight, so please make sure you're home before it gets dark if at all possible.

A yellow warning for snow and ice will remain in place overnight and tomorrow (Saturday).

Temperatures are likely to be around -2 overnight, with a 50 per cent chance of more snow tomorrow.

Wrap up warm, and stay safe.

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