Pennar pupils visit County Hall
Children from Pennar Community School visited County Hall in Haverfordwest this week, following an invitation from the Chairman of Pembrokeshire County Council, Cllr Wynne Evans.
The group toured various departments including Sport Pembrokeshire where they enjoyed hearing about Ironman and the Red Bull cliff diving competition, and talked about their school sports clubs.
They also enjoyed a talk by Helen Evans from Pembrokeshire Archives in the Council Chamber, and had a question and answer session with the Chairman and local member Councillor Tony Wilcox.
Susan Jones, a Family Liaison Officer at the school who accompanied the children during their visit said it was a brilliant experience for them.
“Our school councillors really enjoyed the informative tour of the council building. It was a great opportunity to put themselves in the place of the county’s decision makers and see some of the local government representatives in action.
“The children were delighted to have been able to sit in the council chambers and get a taste of the role of our council’s leaders.”
Pictured are the pupils visiting County Hall, with Cllr Tony Wilcox, Heather Lewis, Business Manager at Pennar School, and Cllr Wynne Evans.
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