YOUNG people from Pembrokeshire College’s Prince’s Trust team have cleared an overgrown pathway at De Clare Court in Haverfordwest enabling tenants to enjoy their surroundings.

As part of a community group project, the team worked for three days to cut back trees and shrubbery to clear the 200m path.

Sherriff of Haverfordwest, Cllr Gillian Howell congratulated the group on their hard work.

“I am so proud of all of the young people from the Prince’s Trust programme, the work they have done will make such a difference to everyone at De Clare Court.

“The whole project has been a wonderful example of different organisations coming together for the greater good of the community and I look forward to many more in the future,” she said.

Gillian thanked the landowner Peter Reynolds who gave the group access to make the improvements.

Amy Williams, Manager of De Clare Court said: “The pathway looks beautiful now it has been cleared. Thank you to everyone involved.”

The Prince’s Trust team Programme runs for 12 weeks to give young people the chance to gain new skills, take a qualification and meet new people.

Activities include taking part in a group community project to make a positive difference in their local area, an action packed residential trip, two weeks work experience and the opportunity to develop their English and Maths skills.

Visit to find out more about the Team Programme.