Fishguard came together to celebrate the work of Ysgol Bro Gwaun's talented A' level art students last Friday, at the opening of a special exhibition at the town's West Wales Arts Centre.

The exhibition is the last of its kind, as the school has lost its sixth form in the course of Pembrokeshire's secondary school reorganisation.

It showcases the work of West Wales Young Artist of the Year, Ieuan Thomas and the competition's runner up, Nia Tyrrell along with ten other talented teenagers.

More than 100 people flocked to the private view on Friday to feast on the artwork as well as a buffet provided by the school's year 12 food technology students.

"The quality and diversity of the students' work is really exceptional," said the school's head of art, Rachel Williams.

"This is an opportunity to let people see the talent we have in the school and celebrate the commitment and dedication the students have put in."

She added that the art department was always looking for local artists to come and talk to students about their work.

Gallery owner Cllr Myles Pepper said that more than 100 people had attended the private view, which had been a great community event.

"This is all part of the revival of the feel good factor in Fishguard. He said. There is a lot of positivity in the town."

The exhibition will run at West Wales Arts Centre for the next two weeks.