BUS routes in Pembrokeshire could face further cuts as the county council seeks to save money.

There are currently more than 30 local bus services operating in Pembrokeshire, some of which are operated commercially by bus companies, while the vast majority are subsidised by the council.

Over the last six years a number of changes have been made to bus services, which the council says is as a result of continuing budget cuts.

In light of further financial pressure, the council is now looking to make more changes.

An online survey, which is also available as a hard copy, is asking passengers for their views.

It says: "In order to ensure that the service changes implemented have the least negative impact it is important that we obtain your feedback."

Options included reducing the frequency of services, removing Saturday services, and reducing the number of days coastal buses run.

The survey also asks whether passengers would prefer reducing services that operate fewer than five days a week to one day a week, or scrapping routes with the fewest passengers.

At the beginning of 2014 there were more than 50 bus routes operating in the county.

Funding cuts that spring saw the 411 Haverfordwest to St Davids route moved from hourly to two-hourly, and some services scrapped altogether.

In 2012, a number of routes lost their Sunday services following a 27 per cent cut to the local transport services grant.

You can find out more about proposed changes and give your views by visiting pembrokeshire.gov.uk/have-your-say

Alternatively, you can print out a hard copy, which can be emailed to surveys@pembrokeshire.gov.uk or posted to Transport Unit, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, SA61 1TP.