South West Wales

Pembrokeshire College's new £6.6m sixth form centre approved

An artist's impression of the £6.6m A-level centre at Pembrokeshire College Image copyright Pembrokeshire College
Image caption An artist's impression of the proposed sixth form centre at Pembrokeshire College

Plans to build a new sixth form centre at Pembrokeshire College have been approved by the county council.

The college sought permission for a £6.6m two-storey extension at its Merlins Bridge campus in Haverfordwest.

College A-level students will go there, along with sixth formers from Ysgol Bro Gwaun and Ysgol Dewi Sant.

They would be followed Sir Thomas Picton and Tasker Milward sixth formers if the council's sixth form shake-up plans are approved.

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