A Pembrokeshire community's giant fish sculpture with a clean seas message has helped hook a top Welsh award.

Bertie the Sea Bass is an iconic stainless steel creation filled with plastic litter collected by volunteers from local beaches.

He is the focal point of the Sea Litter - Take Action project led by Amroth Community Council, in collaboration with Saundersfoot Community Council.

Bertie - created by local sculptor, Gideon Peterson - was first unveiled on Amroth seafront last June, and is now on a tour of locations on the Pembrokeshire coast to promote the Clean Seas message.

The project has now just won the 2019 environmental award from One Voice Wales, which is the principal organisation for community and town councils in Wales.

The scheme also features the Clean Seas Pledge where businesses in Amroth and Saundersfoot signed up to reduce single-use plastics.

Said Amroth Community Council chairman, Stephen Phillips: "The project has enhanced the visitor experience through cleaner beaches, while Bertie has become a visitor attraction and demonstrated the power of community councils to take action on a critical environmental issue.

"Amroth Community Council is delighted that they were successful in winning this prestigious environmental award against other deserving projects."

Bertie's travels have taken him to Saundersfoot and Milford Haven and he will be in Pembroke Dock from April 22 before returning to Amroth on July 8.

He will also be appearing on ITV Wales this Friday in Weatherman Walking programme at 7.30pm, when Derek Brockway visited Amroth on his way from Saundersfoot to Pendine.