MORE than £6,200 has been raised for Withybush in memory of popular Robeston Wathen service station owner, the late Dicky Parry.

Emma Price of Narberth-based hairdressers the Andrew Price Group and Mr Parry’s widow Gill recently attended Withybush to present a cheque for £6,266.32 to Sister Anne Armstrong and the team at the Intensive Care Unit (ITU).

Some of the funds will be used to refurbish the family waiting room. The money was raised last year through a series of events by Emma and the team at Andrew Price Group in memory of Gill's late husband, Dicky Parry, of Dyrham Service Station, known locally as 'Dicky Parry's,' who had suffered from Motor Neurone Disease.