Licensing application for Tenby harbour cafe set to be determined

By Observer Reporter in Planning

A licensing application for a premises at Tenby harbour is set to be determined next week.

The application for The Stowaway café which is situated in one of the grade 2 listed arches on Penniless Cove Hill, is seeking a variation of its licence to extend the hours of the sale of alcohol between 8 and and 10 pm, and to further include the sale of alcohol for consumption on and off the premises.

The matter was discussed recently at a meeting of Tenby town council, when councillors recommended refusal of the application to Pembrokeshire County Council’s licensing department, on the grounds that members were against the sale of alcohol to be taken off the premises, in light of the fact that the charity Summer Spectacular events were held in the vicinity of the premises.

The town clerk, Andrew Davies, informed councillors at their meeting on Tuesday night that the application would be discussed at County Hall in Haverfordwest on Tuesday, and the Deputy Mayor, Clr. Mrs. Sue Lane, suggested that Mr. Davies attend to put forward the town council’s objections.

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