Keeping our children safe with Crucial Crew
Keeping everyone safe at the Terminal is our number one priority, so we were pleased to be able to continue our support of the Crucial Crew safety event, held in our community during November.
Now in its twenty-third year, the Crucial Crew event is organised by Pembrokeshire County Council, providing important safety advice to more than 1,300 local primary school children.
By participating in a series of short workshops, children learn about important safety skills in a wide variety of situations. From keeping safe on the roads and whilst on the beach, to learning about the steps to be taken in the event of a fire at home, or approaching stray dogs, children develop an awareness of safe behaviour in an interactive way.
South Hook LNG is proud to be supporting Pembrokeshire County Council and all participating agencies, including Dyfed Powys Police, Mid & West Wales Fire & Rescue Service, the RNLI, Western Power Distribution, the Ambulance Service and the County Council’s Domestic Abuse, Dog Warden, Food Safety, Bus Safety and Road Safety teams, as well as the Maritime Coastguard Agency.
This year, we were also pleased to welcome Wales International Rugby Player Rob Evans – a local boy who himself attended Crucial Crew during his last year in primary school!
Pictured at this year's Crucial Crew with pupils from Pennar Primary school and road safety mascot Ziggy the Zebra are (left to right): Mariam Dalziel and Adrian Cook from South Hook LNG, Phil Thompson, Cllr Wynne Evans, Station Manager Steve Richards Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service, Cllr Rob Lewis, Kirstie-Anne Donoghue PCC Road Safety Officer; Carolyn Davies, Dyfed Powys Police, Rhys Hughes RNLI, Domestic Abuse Co-ordinator Jenny Hart, Marie Robertson from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency and Rob Evans from Scarletts Rugby Club.