The former tourist information and customer service centre at Tenby has unveiled a brand new look.
The centre has launched a new coffee and snack bar which will complement the wealth of tourism advice available for visitors to the town.
Locally-made ice-creams and cold drinks will be available as well as coffee, tea, snacks and cakes.
New benches made by local organisation Norman Industries have also been provided outside for customers to enjoy their coffee while waiting for their bus.
“This is a brand new direction for us, and we’re hoping that it will be popular with visitors and residents,” said Paul Ashley-Jones, Head of Procurement and Customer Services.
The refreshments will be served daily between 10am and 4pm.
The centre is situated adjacent to the bus station and next to the multi-storey car park and is run by Pembrokeshire County Council.
The new venture follows a recommendation from the Council’s Cabinet that the centre might have to close after the summer unless a permanent solution could be found to improve revenue and cut costs.
The customer services formerly carried out at the centre will cease.
Applications for residents parking permits will be online instead, while orange and food waste bags will still be available at Tenby Library until the new waste and recycling scheme is launched.
More than just a TIC! Pictured is Sian Rees from Tenby TIC in front of the newly-renovated centre.