A TALENT show that has raised more than £10,000 for charity is back, and looking for performers from across the county to take part.

After a break of more than 10 years, the Milford Mercury talent show has returned, and will once again be raising money for the Paul Sartori Foundation.

With previous winners including West End star and television presenter Connie Fisher, singer Mary-Jayne Rees, and model Laurie Williams, the competition has shone a spotlight on a variety of local talent.

And with cash prizes up for grabs, and the chance to show off your skills on stage, what are you waiting for?

All ages and talents are welcome from across the county, from solo singers and dancers, to choirs, bands, dance groups, comedians, jugglers, ventriloquists and more.

Connie Fisher, who won first place in a Mercury talent show as a teenager, said the experience helped her "grow in confidence".

The singer, who became a household name after winning the role of Maria in The Sound of Music, said performing locally helped spur her on to new challenges.

"The show was a brilliant opportunity for me to sing popular music, which was something I wasn’t that confident doing at that time," she said.

"It's always a brave thing to perform on stage, but it’s a wonderful chance to say 'here I am', and everyone should go for it."

She added: "Everyone will be nervous, but ultimately the audience want to hear you - so if you get a chance you should grab it with both hands."

Live shows will take place in Milford Haven this autumn.

For more information, or to register, email jsa@milfordmercury.co.uk with your name/group name, age(s) and where you're from before Sunday, April 30.