Sheriff Go Mad

DYFED High Sheriff David Pryse Lloyd and his merry volunteers are gathering promises of resources, manpower and money from businesses and individuals throughout Pembrokeshire.

They want to help community groups to tackle projects needing practical things like building materials, machinery, people and skills.

Perhaps your local youth centre needs a face lift – the High Sheriff could find painting materials and people to help. Or your village hall may need an access ramp for disabled visitors – the High Sheriff will look for a builder and building materials.

Times are tough so businesses and people can’t give as much money as they would like for community projects but it’s surprising how much they are prepared to help with materials & time.

Ideally, Go M.A.D. projects will be tackled during September 2010, but there may be exceptions.

If your business can help, or you have a project that needs doing find out more about Go MAD here. You can download an application form here Go MAD.doc.


Western Telegraph: David Pryse Lloyd, Dyfed High Sheriff, chair Pam James & secretary Hannah Voyle at Llawhaden YFC & Community Hall.

11:09am Monday 26th July 2010

The Llawhaden YFC and Community Hall is one of dozens of community projects short listed for help from Dyfed High Sheriff’s Go M.A.D. scheme, which aims to provide practical help for community assets that will Make A Difference to their long term future.


Western Telegraph: Yr Hen Ysgol management committee members Pete & Sheila Duffill help High Sheriff volunteer Brian Murray to measure their community hall frontage.

10:59am Monday 26th July 2010

Go M.A.D. projects have been short listed all over Pembrokeshire. Those in north Pembrokeshire include repainting the outside of Yr Hen Ysgol in Dinas Cross and repainting some of the rooms of Point Youth Centre run by Fishguard and Goodwick Young Persons’ Trust Ltd.


Western Telegraph: They're all going to Go M.A.D!  ACR Environmental's Dan Bussell, Narberth Museum's Liz Hole, Costain's Phil Baker & high sheriff volunteer Brian Murray outside the museum's new site.

10:49am Monday 26th July 2010

Dyfed High Sheriff put out a call for businesses to help Narberth Museum clear their new premises by providing skips and Costains stepped up to the mark with ACR Environmental. It's the first Go M.A.D. project to be confirmed as the High Sheriff sets out to Make A Difference for community projects during September.

The High Sheriff Appeals for Everyone to Go M.A.D.

Western Telegraph: After a long meeting short-listing Go M.A.D. projects, Dyfed High Sheriff David pryse Lloyd and sponsor South Hook LNG's community liaison officer Laura Allen-Clarke.

10:35am Monday 26th July 2010

The Dyfed High Sheriff’s henchmen and women could be forgiven for wishing it was 400 years ago, when all they would have done was collect taxes and be mean to serfs! Setting up the Go M.A.D. – Go Make A Difference – month in September is proving to be a tougher task.

Support builds for High Sheriff's campaign

10:22am Monday 12th July 2010

DYFED High Sheriff David Pryse Lloyd’s Go MAD campaign has gained additional support in the last few weeks, with more Pembrokeshire businesses agreeing to support projects.

Sheriff's call to Go MAD and help your community

Western Telegraph: The High Sheriff launches his Go MAD at a screening of Robin Hood - a story famous for its own Sheriff of Nottingham

5:38pm Thursday 3rd June 2010

THE High Sheriff of Dyfed, David Pryse Lloyd recently launched the Go Make A Difference (Go M.A.D.) campaign at the Torch Theatre to help community organisations tackle projects this September.

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