Warnings continue as Storm Eunice causes damage across county

By Paul Evans   |   Content editor   |
Friday 18th February 2022 1:56 pm
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Hean Estate posted this pic of a tree blocking the road in Sardis this morning. (Hean Estate )

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As Storm Eunice continues to hit the county, Pembrokeshire County Council are warning, if you are out and about take care, and beware of debris from tree branches on the roads.

“Lots of reports coming in of trees down around the County - very busy out there for our crews at the moment. Reports are being dealt with as soon as we can. Thanks for your patience,” said a spokesperson for PCC.

“Please stay safe and be aware, many trees, lamp posts and powerlines down and debris across the county. Stay home and off the roads unless essential.”

Hean Estate posted this pic of a tree blocking the road in Sardis this morning.

“As StormEunice rumbles across the Estate, we are starting to see some damage occur, including this tree blocking the road in Sardis. The Estate Forestry team is now on site dealing with it,” they stated.

The local authority is urging people to please keep away from coastline as conditions remain hazardous. Updates are as follows: Amroth, Newgale and Carew Bridge have now reopened; but the Cleddau Bridge is still closed to all vehicles.

There are reports of trees down blocking or partially blocking roads at - Valley Road, Saundersfoot; Road between Jameston and Tenby at Crackwell Caravan Site; Twopenny Hay Close, Pembroke; A487 between Clynderwen and Penblewin roundabout; Cresselly; and a lamp-post down at  Hop Gardens, Sageston.

Further reports from PCC are as follows: Gumfreston: branch obstructing road; Sainsbury supermarket, Tenby: tiles flying off roof; Reynalton, Kilgetty: tree down blocking road and building damage; Parsonage Lane, Begelly: tree obstructing the road; Grove School, Pembroke: dangerous trees - potential to fall on road at St Daniels Hill; Old Court House, Narberth: tiles flying off roof; Slebech: tree down; Elm Park, Crundale: tree down; Lindsway Park, Haverfordwest: trees down; Hamilton Terrace, Milford Haven: roof unstable; Havens Head, Liddeston: dangerous tree; Road between Waterston and Neyland: debris on road; Waterston to Llanstadwell: tree down; Ambleston: tree down; Greenland, Clarbeston West: tree down, blocked road; B43330 At Folly Cross: tree down, blocked road; Square & Compass: structure on back roads.

Due to the continued poor weather and road closures, the majority of local bus services will remain suspended for the rest of the day. The following services will be reinstated from 1 pm:

410 (Fishguard and Goodwick Town Service)

T5 (Haverfordwest-Fishguard-Cardigan)

T11 (Haverfordwest-St David’s- Fishguard)

These will operate subject to the weather conditions and road conditions.

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