THERE'S a final chance tomorrow (Saturday) to visit the Saundersfoot Harbour consultation exhibition, which is spotlighting the next phase of developments in the facility's £10m regeneration programme.

There was a rewarding response to the display when it went on show last weekend, ahead of planning applications which are due to be submitted shortly to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.

This second phase of the scheme brings the destination a step closer to its ambition of becoming 'the marine gateway to Wales'.

Around 150 people have already been through the doors of the exhibition, with some "very positive" comments resulting, said Saundersfoot Harbour chief executive, Mike Davies.

Planning consent is being sought for the proposals for a Tall Ship re-creation on the harbour decking - which will house a visitor and education centre, amongst its facilities - and the community hub of the Coal Office and Ocean Square.

Work has already taken place to install a new slipway, sea wall and boat racking system and partially deck over the harbour sluice, and now the decking is to be tripled in size with the aim of it becoming a venue for community and national scale events.

Construction is due to begin later this year on the Marine Centre of Excellence on the end of the harbour.

The exhibition can be viewed at Unit 3, Cambrian Terrace, Saundersfoot SA69 9ER between 9.30am and 4pm on Saturday (May 5).