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Public Services Board

Pride in Pembrokeshire Award

Pembrokeshire Public Services Board (PSB), in partnership with the Western Telegraph, is pleased to announce the Pride in Pembrokeshire award, a new initiative which recognises and celebrates the work of individuals, community groups and organisations whose work improves the well-being of people and communities in Pembrokeshire.

The PSB is a partnership of key organisations working collaboratively to plan and deliver services which improve the well-being of people and communities across the County.  It includes representatives from Pembrokeshire County Council, Hywel Dda University Health Board, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service, Natural Resources Wales, Dyfed Powys Police, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services, The Port of Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire College, PLANED, Job Centre Plus, National Probation Service and Welsh Government.

Each 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. 

You can apply to be considered for a Pride in Pembrokeshire award at any time.  You just need to tell us how your work makes a demonstrable contribution to improving the economic, social, cultural and/or environmental well-being of your community.   You should also emphasise the collaborative, integrated, preventative and sustainable nature of your work where appropriate, and the role of volunteers in helping to deliver your aims.

The application process is simple.  Just download the application form from the PAVS website – – or contact PAVS on 01437 769422 to receive a hard copy.  Tell us about the work of your group and how it benefits your community in no more than 500 words and send the completed form to PAVS at the address provided.  



August 2017

Hayscastle Environmental Society

September 2017

Hook Community Forum

October 2017

Friends of Theatr Gwaun

November 2017

Sardis Parks and Gardens

December 2017

Newport Community Library

January 2018

Save Our Skrinkle Park

February 2018

Clarbeston Road AFC

March 2018

The Cilgerran Players  

April 2018

Heritage Llangwm

May 2018

Newport and Area Carers Group

June 2018

Hubberston and Hakin Luncheon Club

July 2018

Goodwick Brass Band  

August 2018 

VC Gallery  

September 2018 

Llanrhian Carers and Ex-carers Group

October 2018 

Fishguard Friendly Faces  

November 2018 

Forget Me Knots Pembrokeshire

December 2018 

PATCH (Pembrokeshire Action To Combat Hardship)  

January 2019 

Paul Sartori

February 2019 

WINGS Over Pembrokeshire  

March 2019 

Milford Haven Sea Cadets and Royal Marine Cadets  

April 2019 

Fishguard Sea Cadets  

May 2019 

Headway Pembrokeshire  

June 2019 

Cylch Meithrin Arberth  

July 2019 

Llanteg Village Hall  



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