South Hook LNG supports ‘Clean Beach’ project at Tenby Museum
Through the South Hook LNG Community Fund, we have been able to provide support to Tenby Museum and Art Gallery, as part of an ongoing ‘Clean Beach’ project with local schools and youngsters.
Local schoolchildren and members of the Tenby Youth Club and the Brownies, have created some wonderful bright ‘graffiti panels’ with the support of Haverfordwest’s VC Gallery. The colourful and hugely descriptive panels are now on display for everyone to see, outside the Tenby Museum and Art Gallery. The inspirational artwork depicts local environmental issues, and aims to raise awareness of the importance of the local marine environment.
As well as collections of art, geology, archaeology and social history, Tenby Museum also has a renowned natural history collection, dating from the museum's inception in 1878.
The South Hook LNG Community Fund is run in partnership with Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services (PAVS). Application information can be found at www.pavs.org.uk