TENBY Round Table is raising a glass to the success of its annual Beer Festival last weekend.

The lively event, at the De Valence Pavilion, is now in its sixth year and has raised many thousands of pounds for charity.

A huge range of drinks from Pembrokeshire and beyond were on offer, with the festival boasting 33 varied beers from 14 different breweries;13 ciders and a Prosecco bar.

The event was organised by a sub-committee of Tenby Round Table, made up of Jonathan Webb, Adam Uka, Ed Spence and chairman Dan Cope, with all the organisation's 12 members setting up, running and packing the event away over the course of four days. There was also great assistance from volunteers from the community and Valero.

Performances by The Sun Dogs and The Sleeping Dogs kept the dance floor packed on Friday night, while on Saturday the entertainment kicked off with Wales' 21-10 victory over Scotland shown on the big screen. Performances from Connor Adams, Tris Lewis, Amanda Short and The Collective finished the evening in style.

Chairman Dan Cope described the event as "fantastic" and thanked the many companies who sponsored a barrel; premium sponsors AGS Gates, FBM Holidays, Freshwater East Holiday Village, JOP Ltd (Jenkins of Pembroke), Layton & Co Solicitors, M&M Windows, Starre Gorse Caravan Park and W. and & M.J. Rossiter and Sons, together with band sponsors Towergate Insurance Brokers and Pembrokeshire Gin Company.

He added: "We will be announcing the total we've raised shortly, but we're confident that we've raised a lot of money for charity."