The Cymdoggian Dinas Cross luncheon club celebrated a perfect ten last Tuesday, serving lunch to more than 60 happy customers to mark a decade of dining.

The club was set up by a group of volunteers in 2006, with the help of Pembrokeshire County Council, and it served its first lunch in June of that year.

The club has grown in popularity, from small beginnings with 16 diners it now serves lunch to an average of 50 people each month. Dishing up over 600 lunches a year.

Retired professional cook, Cynthia Battrick heads up a volunteer team and every month they provide guests in Dinas' Yr Hen Ysgol, with a healthy two-course lunch of locally sourced ingredients cooked on site.

On Tuesday diners celebrated the decade of service with a special lunch and individually baked birthday cakes.

"Cymdogian Dinas Cross has been a spearhead in this kind of community development with other towns following our model," said volunteer Sue Sharp.

"Everyone enjoys the atmosphere with much chatter and laughter going on."

Chairman of the luncheon club, Keith Battrick, added:

"I would like to wish all our members a happy tenth anniversary and thank all our loyal volunteers for their continued support."