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.
Representatives of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust recently visited South Hook LNG Terminal, as partnership education project ‘Gwreiddiau/Roots’ gets underway.
Following success in the South Hook LNG 2020 Calendar Competition ‘Seven Wonders of the World’, twelve local schools were welcomed to the Terminal, as part of a Prize Giving event.
Twelve Pembrokeshire schools have each won £1,000 following their success in the South Hook LNG 2020 Calendar Competition, the Company has announced.
First year University student Aimee Garnish from Dale is the recipient of South Hook LNG’s 2019 Scholarship Award.