While this year has posed a significant challenge to schools and pupils across the world, local children have continued to embrace new ways of learning in the great outdoors, courtesy of a scheme funded by South Hook LNG and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust and delivered in partnership with, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.
Following the success of the Gwreiddiau/Roots education project during 2020, South Hook LNG and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust, are continuing their partnership for a second year.
Community groups across the County continued to benefit from the South Hook LNG Community Fund in 2020, receiving financial assistance across a diverse range of projects and activities.
An annual event designed to give vital safety messages to primary school children in Pembrokeshire has moved online this year, due to Covid-19.
A five-year successful partnership that saw South Hook LNG become the first private sector company to link with Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services (PAVS) in the support of its community funding activities, is entering its sixth year with renewed energy.
The Lord Lieutenant of Dyfed was recently welcomed to South Hook LNG, taking the opportunity to discuss the Terminal’s operational activities, as well as the Company’s work with communities across Pembrokeshire.