South Hook LNG supports Volunteering amongst its people

3rd June 2019, Milford Haven, Wales, UK

 

South Hook LNG supports Volunteering amongst its people

 

 

 
 
 
 
As the Country celebrates National Volunteers’ Week, South Hook LNG is acknowledging the efforts of people across the business, whose Volunteering and Fundraising activities continue to bring huge benefit to communities throughout Pembrokeshire.
 
The Company has an active Participation Programme running throughout the year, giving financial reward to the organisations and charities supported by those working at the Terminal.
 
Mariam Dalziel, PR Manager South Hook LNG said, “Our Community Participation Programme has been very successful over the years and we are proud to be able to continue to acknowledge the many hours, dedicated to community ventures that are important to the people working at the Terminal.” Mariam continued, “National Volunteers’ Week recognises the invaluable work of volunteers, enabling many community groups and charities to function. Without volunteers, many critical services, such as community transport and wellbeing projects, would not survive.”

A range of Pembrokeshire organisations have recently received support from the Company as a direct result of the time and efforts given by members of the South Hook LNG team. Organisations include junior sections of local rugby, football and golf clubs, Wiseman’s Bridge Rowing Club, Pembrokeshire Yacht Club, Neptune’s Army of Rubbish Collectors (NARC), Haverfordwest Town Council and Cleddau Reach School PFA and Templeton School PTA. Cancer Research UK and Mind Pembrokeshire have also received financial boosts by way of the Company match-funding the monies raised through fundraising events.  
 
The South Hook LNG Community Participation Programme continues the support of its people in their volunteering and fundraising efforts, encouraging more people to become involved in supporting the community during National Volunteers’ Week.
 
 
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Photo 1 – Hakin United Football Squad. Jamie Roberts - Operations said “The South Hook LNG donation really does make a difference to the development of young footballers and has enabled the Mini football section to provide the equipment needed.
 
Photo 2 – Haverfordwest Town Council: Soapbox Derby and Haverfordwest Festival Week. Jon Collier - Operations said “The financial contribution from South Hook LNG, helped fund the materials required for the event and the management and maintenance of the racecourse.”
 
Photo 3 - Milford Haven Rugby Club. Karl Rozblat - Operations said “South Hook LNG has kindly donated money towards the purchase of a defibrillator for the Club, as well as players’ kit
 
Photo 4 – Neptune’s Army of Rubbish Collectors (NARC). Andy Davies - Operations said “NARC is a self-funding charity. The money we receive from South Hook LNG helps us continue our work in helping to clear the Pembrokeshire coastline.
 
Photo 5 – Pembrokeshire Yacht Club.  Christian Smart – Operations, Senior Sailing Instructor at the Club said “Monies received from South Hook LNG helps us maintain our fleet of training boats primarily, but it also helps to buy extra safety equipment such as handheld flares and first aid kits” 
 
 
 
Notes to Editor:
 
South Hook LNG is one of Europe’s largest Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Terminals.  It has a processing capacity of 15.6 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) and is capable of delivering up to 21 billion cubic metres (bcm) per annum of gas into the National Transmission System (NTS) – equivalent to around 20% of current UK natural gas needs. South Hook LNG’s shareholders are Qatar Petroleum, ExxonMobil and Total.
 
For further information, contact: Mariam Dalziel, Public Relations Manager
Tel: 01437 782202
Email:  Email: mdalziel@southhooklng.com
Website: www.southhooklng.com

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