A free, family-friendly event at Hermon Community Centre, near Crymych, takes place tomorrow, Saturday, May 17, to launch the Buzzing About Pembrokeshire summer programme.

Visitors to the event can have a go at making a pedal-powered smoothie, learn to make something from willow, or upcycle something old into something new. A hands-on wood working workshop will be run by Coleg Ceredigion trained Anna Monro.

There will be a plant swap and local market stalls selling handmade cosmetics, honey, gifts and delicious things to eat.

Celebrity wildlife gardener and author, Jenny Steel, will be giving advice on how to transform your garden into a wildlife haven. Other speakers will talk about local food production and community energy projects.

At 2pm community energy groups will meet with Welsh Government senior manager, David Eccles, in an open discussion to discuss barriers to sustainable community energy projects and ways of overcoming them.

The all-day event starts at 10am. Entry and activities are free and a café will offer refreshments and lunches during the day.

The day launches the 2014 Buzzing about Pembrokeshire programme of summer activities, celebrating the way communities are looking after their local environment.

The event is coordinated by community-led local development organisation, PLANED.

For more information contact: Karen Scott, 01834 862115 or karens@planed.org.uk For information on the community energy meeting contact Vicky Moller on 01239 820971