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Update on Face Coverings:

Face coverings will be required at all W P Lewis and Son businesses as of Monday 14th September 2020, until further notice.

Face Coverings

As per legislation changes in Wales, face coverings will now need to be worn in order to enter our business.

Further information, including who is exempt and requirements for children can be found on the Wales.Gov website (external website shown below).

We have been working hard on safety since the lockdown easing and are prepared for your visit. With the further regulations coming, we are happy to help you with any queries or concerns about your visit to us.

We pride ourselves on our personal service and we want to ensure that we offer a tailored service to the needs of each customer.Here are a [...]

Exciting development! We are currently preparing our showroom so that we can safely reopen our sales operations on Monday.

Please note that at this time we are only accepting appointment slots and will be providing a one-to-one personal service to each and every customer whilst also adhering to safety procedures.

We will provide all the instructions you need upon booking your slot.

It’s super easy to book your slot. You can book an appointment via Facebook messenger, web, or phone ☎️💻📱

Thank you.


We are pleased to announce that we are now able to offer more service, MOT, repair slots and parts to our customers, although wait times are longer than usual and we will still prioritise key workers.

Please call before you visit so that we can ensure that it is safe to arrive at an allocated time. Unfortunately you will not be able to wait inside our building for any work to be completed for obvious safety reasons so we recommend that you drop your car with us and pick up once we phone you to collect.

We are now accepting calls via our normal number of 01646 600004 during office hours and Dave will provide you with clear instructions to make your visit with us as relaxing and stress-free as possible.

We pride ourselves on our personal service and I will still help wherever I can with any questions or concerns.


If your enquiry is urgent, please contact our Managing Director Steve Lloyd for your issue to be discussed by phone on 07813 687862. Further instruction will then be provided.



As per last night’s UK government announcement, the following temporary changes have been made to our business.



We will now only be dealing with very urgent aftersales operations including urgent MOT tests for those who are keyworkers and require a car to continue with their urgent and important work during this difficult time. If your car was booked in for anything other than an urgent case over the coming days please contact us to discuss rescheduling.

We cannot and will not deal with anything that is deemed non-urgent under any circumstances due [...]

Coronavirus Customer Update

Dear Customers,

We understand that many of you are concerned about looking after your vehicles during this difficult time and recognise that we have many customers who will need to rely on their vehicles during this pandemic. We also feel that it is very important to ensure that we protect the most vulnerable in our communities.

Rest assured; we are here to help wherever we can. Please take a look at the following information which may clarify what we are able to offer.


If your appointment is urgent then we are very happy to streamline your appointment and adjust our service to you in line with your requirements as best as we can.

If you have any concerns, please contact us on 01646 600004 / email (details in [...]

The well-known Pembrokeshire motoring company W P Lewis and Son (Neyland) Ltd is celebrating 20 years in business. Opened in July 1995, by the late Lord Gordon Parry and Cllr Fred Knapp, then deputy mayor of Neyland, it was originally a Nissan dealership and known as W P Lewis (Nissan) Ltd.

The company was set up by W P Lewis and Stuart Lewis with John Marchant in place as manager. The site, at Havenbridge Road, had a petrol forecourt up to 2005, before it was sadly closed. The old tanks were removed earlier this year.

The company ceased to be a Nissan franchise in November 2006, but continues do specialise in Nissan and Vauxhall used cars. Today, the company directors ar Mrs Margaret Lewis, Stuart’s widow, and her nephew Steve Lloyd.

Margaret worked at Neyland upon opening and oversaw its early development. After John Marchant retired in September 2005, Steve went on to run the [...]

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