Three members of Pembrokeshire People First (PPF), the leading local charity run by and for adults with learning disabilities, have successfully completed a course with Disability Wales, aimed at developing tomorrow's leaders, and ensuring disabled peoples' voices are heard loud and clear.

Jeremy de Wilton, Stuart Merritt and James Tyler all successfully completed the challenging course, learning about who does what in government, and how to influence decisions and get involved.

And on 26th January, their hard work was rewarded, with a graduation ceremony in Port Talbot, attended by the Minister for Communities, Lesley Griffiths AM.

Pembrokeshire People First Chief Officer, Karen Chandler, said:

"We're incredibly proud of Jeremy, Stuart and James – and also of PPF members Ben Fulton and Amy Barrett who were involved through another local project, Young Voices for Choices.

"These remarkable people stayed the course, contributed their great ideas – and learned how powerful we can all be when we work together."