A NEW CCTV camera has been installed outside Neyland Town Council's offices in High Street.

The news was among items on the agenda at the council's latest meeting.

Councillors also discussed making Neyland a 'plastic-free' community.

Mayor Councillor Hancock stated his strong support for the proposal and it was unanimously agreed to set up a public meeting to create a steering committee, with Cllr Adam Pollard as the town council representative.

It was also agreed to participate in the Woodland Trust Tree Planting Scheme with future planting in an overgrown area of Neyland Vale.

The council voted to write to the cabinet member and Director of Development of the county council regarding the state of the old Barclays Bank in High Street.

No response had been received to the council's previous letters.

Cllr Mike Harry provided an update on the progress on the Community Hub building at the former Athletic Club.

Councillor Hay was thanked for installing a replacement mirror on an item in the playpark.

Cllr Simon Hancock told members he had donated £150 to the Homeless Pembrokeshire charity.

Members discussed the creation of community gardens (allotments) near Neyland Cemetery.

The Mayor stated how there was considerable demand in Neyland for such plots and it was unanimously agreed to work with the joint burial board to progress the matter.

Members welcomed the plans to maintain GP primary health services in Neyland which was announced recently.