THERE has been a buzz of activity throughout Pembroke’s Golden Grove School recently, starting with youngsters getting on their bikes for the second-ever Tour De Pembroke bike ride.

The ‘Tour’ saw 72 pupils take on the 4.5km challenge, riding out to Lamphey and back. Marshals were deployed along the route and amongst the cyclists.

Forest Traffic Management Services provided the necessary cover at East End Square and Well Hill as the cyclists passed through.

Following the ride there was a Bonanza held on the school fields. Arrange by The Friends Of Golden Grove School (FOGG), there were games, cake and bottle stalls, a wellie throwing contest and much more. Musical entertainment was provided by some of the school’s talented musicians.

Pupils from 3/4SJ had a chance to make their own tasty pizzas under the supervision of staff from Carmarthen’s Pizza Express. After the culinary experience the pupils went on to the cinema to see Cars 3.

After a very successful year of sport, the school’s athletes were triumphant in the recent sports competitions at local and county level.

There were many good performances from all the pupils taking part, the school retaining the Pembroke Family of Schools Shield.

Headteacher Andy Williams said: “Pupils have been enjoying a range of learning experience in the run up to the school holidays. Our school Bonanza was a great event which raised valuable funding for school projects. As the school year comes to a close, I would like to wish all the very best to our Year 6 pupils as they move on to secondary school, Good Luck-Pob Lwc to you all. I also want to thank the community of Pembroke for their continued support for the school.”