Pembrokeshire Public Services Board (PSB) in partnership with the Western Telegraph has announced the Pride in Pembrokeshire award.
The award recognises and celebrates the work of community groups whose work improves the well- being of people and communities in Pembrokeshire.
Every month a Pride in Pembrokeshire award will be presented to a voluntary group whose work has made a real difference to local people and communities. Winners will receive £200 and have their work featured in the Western Telegraph.
August - Hayscastle Environmental Society
September - Hook Community Forum
October - Theatr Gwaun, Fishguard
November - Sardis Parks & Gardens
December - Newport Community Library
January - Save our Skrinkle Park
February - Clarbeston Road AFC
March - The Cilgerran Players
April - Llangwm Heritage Group
May - Newport & Area Carers Group
June - Hakin & Hubberston Luncheon Club
July - Goodwick Brass Band
August - VC Gallery
September - Llanrhian Carers Group
October - Fishguard Friendly Faces
November - Forget Me Knot Pembrokeshire
December - PATCH
January - Paul Sartori Foundation
Febuary - Wings Over Pembrokeshire
March - Milford Haven Sea Cadets
April - Fishguard Sea Cadets
May - Pembrokeshire Headway
June - Cylch Meithrin, Arberth
July - Llanteg Village Hall
August - Hook & District Art Club
September - St. Oswald's Community Garden Pembroke
How to apply
To be considered, tell us how your work makes a contribution to improving the economic, social, cultural and environmental well-being of your communty and the importance of the role of volunteers.
Download the application form,complete and return to firstname.lastname@example.org.
English Application Form here
Welsh Application Form here