Don't forget if you are visiting Tenby this summer,that the banning of cars in the walled part of the town is being implemented again this year.
Saturday 16th July to Sunday 6th September.
The walled town will be divided into three areas, each with varying degrees of permitted vehicular access.
The core area (High Street from Crackwell Street to Tudor Square, St Nicholas Lane, Tudor Square and Church Street) will have very limited vehicle access with weddings, funerals, and emergency services being permitted entry.
The western area (Lower Frog Street, Upper Frog Street, St Georges Street, St Mary's Street, Paragon, Cresswell Street, Cob and Tor Lane) will have permitted access by residents, business owners, visitors to residents, taxis, and to gain access to off road parking spaces.
The eastern area (High Street from White Lion Street to Crackwell Street, Crackwell Street, Bridge Street, St Julians Street, Sergeants Lane and the harbour area) will have permitted access similar to the western area, plus traffic accessing the harbour for tidal purposes.
The Council will provide a free park and ride service from the North Beach Car Park into the Walled Town and the Harbour between 10 am and 6 pm every day, while a second free service provided by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority will run from the Salterns to South Parade. Additional disabled parking will also be provided along South Parade.