BUS services in Pembrokeshire are facing cutbacks and a consultation is now being held to get passenger views.

The county council says some services will have to be reduced next year because of the severe financial pressures facing Pembrokeshire and other local authorities.

Cuts in the Welsh Government and county council’s transport budgets mean that the funding allocated to passenger transport services will be drastically reduced next year.

Cllr Phil Baker, cabinet member for transport and infrastructure, said that although some local bus services are operated commercially in Pembrokeshire, the vast majority are subsidised by the county council.

“We would like as many people as possible to let us know which bus services are important to them so that future changes have the least negative impact,” he said.

“There will be questionnaires on local buses and at libraries, leisure centres, and customer service centres. It is also available online at www.pembrokeshire.gov.uk/have-your-say

“Please get in touch and give us your views.”

The closing date for comments is December 31.