Templeton Community Council is one of many community councils in Pembrokeshire. We own and manage Templeton Hall, Templeton Village Green and Templeton Play Park - more information on all of these can be found within this website.
There are pages here giving you information on who your Community Councillors are and also minutes of the recent meetings held by the Council. There are pages giving you information on the Hall, including what is on and planned for the next few months, as well as how to book the Hall for your event or class, and the rules for all hirers.
We welcome your feedback - please do get in touch. The Clerk to the Council is Mrs. Vicky Mitchell - firstname.lastname@example.org
We are delighted that Dr Rob Davies has written and had published a book about the history of Templeton. https://www.amazon.co.uk/TEMPLETON-Dr-Robert-Davies-MBE/dp/B08PM3ZW22/ It is now available on Amazon, but we will shortly be able to offer you copies at a reduced price locally, with all profits going to the Templeton and Cold Blow area. If you would wish to buy a copy to pick up locally, please contact the Clerk - Mrs. Vicky Mitchell - email@example.com
September 2021: Templeton Community Council is advertising for a caretaker for the Hall. This is a part-time (approx 5-6 hours a week) fixed-term role until September 2022. Contact the Clerk on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Closing date for applications is 14th October 2022, interviews are expected to be during the following week, with the successful applicant to start work as soon as possible afterwards.
September 2021: Unfortunately it has been decided by Templeton Community Council that they will not be holding the bonfire and firework display this year. It is as last year for covid-19 related reasons - with the number of positive cases still high and it being very uncertain as to whether restrictions might be increased as we go into the autumn and winter months, it was considered to great a health and safety risk to the community of Templeton and all in the area. This was not an easy decision, because we enjoy the event as much as you!
August 2021: There is a planned road closure of the B4314 in Princes Gate on September 2nd for one day for telecommunication works. It will be between Ffynnon Goch to Swallows Nest. The proposed alternative route goes via Cold Blow towards the top of Templeton, then up through Narberth and back towards Princes Gate.
July 2021: The Welsh Government has a consultation open until the end of September on the proposal to introduce a default 20mph speed limit on restricted roads in Wales. More information is on
July 2021: There is a free book exchange now in place in Templeton, in Knights Court. Come along, browse the bookshelves to find a free book to read, and leave one that you have enjoyed. Thank you to the organiser for making this available.
July 2021: There is a planned road closure on the B4315 between Cold Blow and Templeton for Friday 16th July. The proposed diversion route is the A478 road at Templeton towards Narberth, the C3039 Camp Hill to Cold Blow road, then the B4315. This is so that telecommunication works can be carried out.
March 2021: The Welsh Government have just started a twelve week consultation on options for improving rail services within the south west Wales area. These include increased frequency of long-distance strategic services, increased local services from west Wales to Carmarthen and Swansea, new stations and improvements to existing stations, and development of a Swansea Bay and west Wales Metro network. More information, including the full consultation document and the link to give views online is on https://gov.wales/swansea-bay-and-west-wales-metro
January 2021: Pembrokeshire County Council have launched their budget consultation for 2021-22. This is the chance for you to express your views on the proposals put forward, and how it will impact your Council Tax bill. Go to https://haveyoursay.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/budget-consultation-2021-22 for further information. The consultation closes on 7th February 2021.
January 2021: Due to the deteriorating carriageway surface, it is necessary to carry out carriageway surfacing works on the A40 Penblewin Roundabout, Narberth, Pembrokeshire. The works are programmed to commence on Saturday 23th January for a duration of 3 nights (weather permitting) and temporary traffic management will be in place for the duration of the works. There will be access for Emergency Services through the works at all times.
December 2020: There are loads of different courses available on https://www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/search-for-a-course and many of the courses are online including all the language courses. They are also offering free courses on introductory digital skills.
December 2020: Pembrokeshire County Council has publicised a one day temporary road closure of the unclassified road (U6394) Stepaside towards Templeton road – from its junction with access to the property known as Shipping Hill, west to its junction with the A478 Begelly to Templeton road. This is for telecom polling works and will take place on Tuesday 5th January 2021.
November 2020: Templeton Community Hall re-opened on 9th November after the firebreak lockdon and is now available for use. Please go to the specific pages on this website for details of what is on.
October 2020: Unfortunately Templeton Community Hall will be closed for all use from 6.00pm on Friday 23rd October until Monday 9th November 200 as part of the 'firebreak' lockdown mandated by the Welsh Government. We hope to restart the various exercise activities as soon as possible when we are allowed to re-open. Watch this website!
October 2020: We are delighted to say that the will be restarting the Templeton and Cold Blow Community Speedwatch gtroup in the very near future. If you would like to get invovled, or just to find out more, contact the Clerk: Mrs. Vicky Mitchell - email@example.com
August 2020: It is with a lot of regret that Templeton Community Council confirms that there will not be the annual children's Hallowe'en walk this year as arranged by TCA, nor the bonfire and fireworks display. They were difficult decisions to make, but with the covid-19 situation as we go towards winter unknown, it is important to do what we can to keep our community safe. We hope they will be back as normal next year.
August 2020: Pembrokeshire County Council plan to change the charges for car parking in Pembrokeshire from 9th September 2020. Please see the attached documents for more information.
July 2020: There are proposals from Pembrokeshire County Council to amend the speed limits and the locations they apply. Please see the attached document for further information.
Information on any upcoming planned activity at Templeton Airfield is received monthly and is also posted on the Council's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TempletonCommunityCouncil/