Over the past 12 months, Pembrokeshire County Council has constructed 17 different schemes in Neyland costing around £377,000 as part of the Safe Routes in Communities scheme.
The projects in the town have included:
Neyland East Member and Cabinet Member for Adult Services and Equalities, Councillor Simon Hancock, welcomed the improvements.
He added: "This investment in the infrastructure of Neyland has made a significant difference to the community allowing access to hitherto poor lanes and footpaths.
"The scheme reflects very well on the hard work and professionalism of the officers who secured the grants and those who managed the projects."
Before: the lane behind High Street regularly used by vehicles and pedestrians
After: Councillor Hancock is pictured with Cabinet Member for Highways and Planning, Councillor Rob Lewis, after the lane had been surfaced.